Multiplication Factors


Posted by Perri Wilkinson | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on August 30, 2017


  • Multiplication Factors game board
  • Multiplication Factors cards
  • Unifix cubes

Students start with their game board covered in unifix cubes (not the original numbers down the side and across the top). Each player takes it in turn to choose a Multiplication Factors card. They must then try to think where that number might be on the board by identifying its factors e.g. if a student turns over a 24, they might look in column 6, row 4 or column 4, row 6 or column 8, row 3 or column 3, row 8. If the student picks up the correct unifix they can keep it. Play continues until all cards are turned over and all unifix are gone.

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