Since many students do not know their multiplication tables, reducing fractions can be an impossible task, but the divisibility rules, if learned and understood, can be an excellent math tool. This resource contains four easy to understand divisibility r
Digital Roots of Factorials [8/4/16] I didn’t figure in the zeroes with this one because any number with a digital root of 9, when multiplied by any other number, yields a product which also has a digital root of 9.
The Digital Root Rap Presentation: Grades 3 & up! will empower your students to be highly proficient in mathematics computation. Teach them the power of Digital Roots! This rap presentation is a 'how to'
Why Teach Children Digital Roots?*Reinforces multiplication concepts*Provides opportunities for finding patterns*Can be used to create visual patterns*Excellent method for verifying math computationsThis set of 240 Digital Root Task Cards will increase yo
The Digital Root Bundle set includes The Power of Digital Roots: Instructional Guide, formatted in both color and black & white versions. Digital Root Task Cards, Digital Root Rap and presentations. Please refer
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Greek and Latin Roots all school year! This vocabulary resource combines a hands-on interactive fan, vocabulary sketchnotes pages, the digital versions compatible with Google Drive. Teachers will love the instructional options. For every Greek and Latin root, your students will be able to build their interactive vocabulary fan, as well as add to their vocabulary interactive notebook. Greek and Latin roots are the foundation of building vocabulary. Why not make it fun!
Most of the patterns in the digital root pattern of Fibonacci Sequence is missing when showing only the number 1 as the starting number. The patterns seen are much more specific and detailed when using the Extended Fibonacci way of sequencing the numbers. Here is an image of not just the number 1 being used as the starting number, but the full 216 pattern that ALL numbers reduce to when ascribing digital roots to multi-digit numbers. http://swingingonspirals.blogspot.com/
Using Digital Root and the Divisibility Rules to Help Reduce Fractions
Since many students do not know their multiplication tables, reducing fractions is almost an impossible task. The divisibility rules, if learned & understood, can be an excellent math tool. This resource contains four easy to understand divisibility rules and includes the rules for 1, 5, and 10 as well as the digital root rules for 3, 6, and 9. A clarification of what digital root is and how to find it is explained. Also contained in the resource is a dividing check-off list for student use.
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