This Family Math Night 'What Do You Notice?' activity focused on number theory - odd/even numbers and multiples.

This Family Math Night 'What Do You Notice?' activity focused on number theory - odd/even numbers and multiples.

Here are 30 rounds, 10 questions in each round, for your elementary or middle school students. Each round focuses on a variety of topics: computation, number theory, geometry, problem solving, measurement, fractions, decimals, etc. There are two pages with each round.

Math Grades 5 & 6 Short Rounds

Here are 30 rounds, 10 questions in each round, for your elementary or middle school students. Each round focuses on a variety of topics: computation, number theory, geometry, problem solving, measurement, fractions, decimals, etc. There are two pages with each round.

NCTM: Number & Operations - number theory | Educational Math Videos | MathFLIX.luc.edu

MathFLIX utilizes the technology of Quicktime movies to develope math skills in the NCTM standard of Number & Operations - number theory.

In this professional development video, teachers focus on the topic of number systems and number theory using a game setting to investigate the properties of prime, composite, abundant, deficient, and perfect numbers. This video can be used in conjunction with The Factor Game lesson plan.

In this professional development video, teachers focus on the topic of number systems and number theory using a game setting to investigate the properties of prime, composite, abundant, deficient, and perfect numbers. This video can be used in conjunction with The Factor Game lesson plan.

Here are 30 rounds of questions, 10 questions each round, for review and practice, enrichment, daily warm-ups, or a challenging activity for a team of students! These rounds reinforce computation, geometry, vocabulary, measurement, percent, number theory, and more!

Math Grades 6 & 7 Short Rounds

Here are 30 rounds of questions, 10 questions each round, for review and practice, enrichment, daily warm-ups, or a challenging activity for a team of students! These rounds reinforce computation, geometry, vocabulary, measurement, percent, number theory, and more!

Divisibility Rules: These divisibility rules printable posters will be perfect for your math classroom. You will receive 4 color versions of this poster to match your classroom decor!

Divisibility Rules Posters, Division Anchor Charts for 4th Grade Math Centers

"'Well, the fifth dimension's a tesseract. You add that to the other four dimensions and you can travel through space without having to go the long way around.'" (Click to cause rotation.) Get more free enrichment and homework resources for A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle at www.LitWitsWorkshops.com. Perfect for classrooms, after-school clubs, and homeschool co-ops!

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In geometry, the tesseract is the four-dimensional analog of the cube; the tesseract is to the cube as the cube is to the square. Just as the surface of the cube consists of 6 square faces, the hypersurface of the tesseract

Number Theory: Greatest Common Factor, Divisibility Rules, Prime Factor Trees, Simplify Fractions by dividing out Common Factors ... www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Dawn-Designs

Number Theory: Simplifying Fractions - Greatest Common Factor and Prime Factors

Number Theory: Greatest Common Factor, Divisibility Rules, Prime Factor Trees, Simplify Fractions by dividing out Common Factors ... www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Dawn-Designs

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