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# Divisibility Rules Using Google Slides

With this Google Slides resource, students will explore and practice using divisibility rules.

## Description

Are you looking for engaging divisibility rules practice? This easy-to-assign Google Classroom math assignment will have students exploring and practicing with divisibility rules. There are a total of 33 slides containing five different activity types. Give your students a break from boring pencil and paper work with these colorful graphics and moveable pieces.

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Divisibility rules help students develop number sense and fluency. Divisibility rules can help students with:

• Dividing larger numbers
• Simplifying fractions with GCF
• Prime factorization

Included activities for each rule:

• Discover the rule using a 100s chart
• Number sort – divisible/not divisible
• Number maze

Mixed practice activities included:

• Venn diagram sorts – 8 slides
• True/false statements – 4 slides

Divisibility rules included:

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• Mixed practice

What’s included:

• 33 interactive slides
• Instructions for shortening this assignment

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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  “This was an amazing and colorful resource. It was easy to remove slides for my students in order to make it fit into my class period. Love it!” – Mrs Tonkin Math

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  “Such good practice for divisibility rules. I like how it’s designed to have students come up with the divisibility rules based on the patterns they see in the hundreds chart.” – Jee T.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  “This was extremely helpful in helping my students understand divisibility rules. It was colorful and engaging and the rules were explained well.” – Cassi W.

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  Quick and easy way to see if students are understanding divisibility rules. It was more engaging than just pencil paper.” – Annora Q.

You will need a free Google account to access the digital task card files.

Tip – Students will need to work in “edit” mode to use the movable pieces.

View Divisibility Rules Google Slides on Teachers Pay Teachers.