Divisibility and Expanded Form

Happy summer everyone!  I am so excited for summer, and I have been working like crazy on new things for my classroom!  I can't wait to use these things with my students this next year!
Divisibility rules are a great way to have students work on their division facts.  This can help them know when a number is divisible or not.

Divisibility rules are a great thing for students to work with and memorize.  This helps students know when a number can be divided by smaller numbers.  These rules are in four different sizes ranging from full sheets for posters, and down to 9 cards on a sheet of paper so that way they can be put on rings for each student to have at their own desk.  I love the idea of putting them on a ring so students can carry them around and flip through them quickly.


Expanded form in thousands is something that students need to continue to work on and these dice games will give them a fun way to practice.

Place value is something that students continuously struggle with, and need to keep working on.  I created these fun dice activities for students to create their own numbers so they can practice many different ways.  I also created some interactive notebook pages and spinners.  These are going to be awesome for my students to work on their place value skills, and practice in many different ways.







4 comments

  1. The divisibility rules are something I'd love to use with my students - are they available to purchase? Please let me know as I'd love to have them :-) wilsoje@bay.k12.fl.us

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  2. I love the idea of putting those cards on a ring! They would make it easy to refer back to them!
    Thanks for linking up for Monday Made It!
    Maribel

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  3. Your divisibility rules look great! I enjoyed reading your post! And - happy 4th!! Please visit my Monday Made It HERE. Have a great week! Pam from PJ Jots

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  4. Everything looks great. Thanks for sharing, and happy 4th.

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