Divisibility Rules Teacher Resources
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Thought Experiments to Appreciate the Nanoscale
Students explore the concept of extremely small numbers. They study an analogy comparing the millimeter, micron, and nanometer and then come up with their own analogy to define the differences in the three minute measurements. (Several other lessons are included in this plan.)
Clearing the Table
In this basic multiplication worksheet, students identify and describe patterns in a multiplication table. Then they use and apply mathematical reasoning to explore divisibility rules. Students also record their results in the chart provided on the last sheet.
Statistics, Integers, and Number Sense
Learners answer a variety of questions using "Turning Point Clickers" connected to an interactive whiteboard. Plan is intended to accompany a chapter review of converting decimals, percentages, fractions, and ratio. They respond to questions as presented in a PowerPoint and enter their answers via the clickers. Questions cover statistics, integers and number sense. The PowerPoint is not included with the lesson, nor is a worksheet that is mentioned.
The Divisibility Rule for Ten Worksheet
In this divisibility worksheet, students read about the rule of a number being divisible by 10, then circle yes or no as to whether a set of 20 numbers are divisible by 10.