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Curated Lesson Resources- GCF & LCM

Greatest common factor examples

Description: This website gives several videos and practice examples over Greatest Common Factor (GCF).
Rationale: I chose this website because I know that I will have students that are more visual learners. Therefore, they will be able to learn more from watching the videos.

GCF Jeopardy Game for Tablets and iPads

Description: This website has a math jeopardy game pertaining to greatest common factor.
Rationale: I chose this website because it gives students a fun way to practice the concept of GCF. They can also do this individually or with a group of people. It can have up to 4 players. So, it is ultimately good for students to practice and get some time of collaboration with their peers during this exercise as well.

Least Common Multiple

Description: This website gives students step-by-step instructions on how to find the Least Common Multiple (LCM).
Rationale: I chose this website because I know I will have students that would learn better by reading something. This gives them a chance to do what works best for them and still learn the process.

Greatest Common Factor & Least Common Multiple: MS. BLACKER'S MATH

Description: This website has a picture that shows what the GCF, LCM and distributive property are.
Rationale: I chose this website because I like how the picture relates really well to the concepts my students would be learning. However, I do not like that the distributive property has a mistake in the example it shows.

Copy of 6. Practice least common multiple and greatest common factor (MELD)

Description: This is a website that has a story lesson that has some pre-made real-world applications on it.
Rationale: I chose this website because it gave a lesson with good, real world examples. Students can see how this can apply to the real world.

Flipgrid- collaborative discussion

Description: This is something that I created for my students so they can share their thoughts on the concept of GCF and LCM.
Rationale: I chose to make this because I feel like this will help my students be able to express their opinions more freely and build a discussion. The password is Mr.biggsclassroom2018

Greatest Common Factor & Least Common Multiple Flashcards | Quizlet

Description: This is a quizlet that I made for practice on greatest common factor and least common multiple.
Rationale: I created this because I feel quizlet is a beneficial way for someone to learn and practice a concept. My students will be able to use this as a learning tool and practice.

Least common multiple (video) | Khan Academy

Description: This website has a video that talks about how to find least common multiple in two different ways.
Rationale: I chose this because I know that I will have students that are going to be visual learners, and will learn best from watching a couple of examples actually be done instead of being just told how to do it.

GCF and LCM - Grade 6 - Practice with Math Games

Description:This is a game that students can play to practice doing word problems that pertain to the concept of GCF and LCM.
Rationale: I chose this game because I know that students want to practice, but they also want to have fun in the process. By giving them a game to play like this, it gives them a way to have fun but still be learning.

GCF & LCM Review Jeopardy Template

Description: This is a game of jeopardy where they are practicing GCF and LCM.
Rationale: I chose this because it would be great to do this after the lesson as a class. It would give everyone a way to have fun but also showing me what they are learning throughout the lesson.

Factor Trees and Prime Factorization | MathPlayground.com

Description: This is a game that students can play to practice working with factor trees, GCF, and LCM.
Rationale: I chose this because it works on many different parts of the concept they would be learning, but it is also a fun way to learn as well.It also takes students step-by-step through how to work with a factor tree, which is a major concept in this lesson.