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5th Math.pngLearning Goals for Unit 1:

  1. Review from 4th grade: I can find factors of a number using rectangular arrays and area models
  2. Review from 4th grade: I understand how to know if a number is divisible by another number, without doing the problem.
  3. Review from 4th grade: I understand square numbers.




  1. Learn Zillion review of Factor Rainbow:
  2. Learn Zillion Video: Find All the Factor Pairs of a Number Using Area Models -
  3. Learn Zillion Video: Find All Factor Pairs Using a Rainbow Factor Line -
  4. BrainPOP on Factoring
  5. Lesson 1.2 involved drawing rectangular arrays. this concept is a review from years past. Here is a picture of example rectangular arrays for the number 6, and here's a factor rainbow for 24:
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  1. LearnZillion Video on Divisibility Rules for 2, 5, and 10 - Homework for 9/10/13
  2. LearnZillion Video on Divisibility Rules for 2, 3, and 6





LITTLETON PUBLIC SCHOOLS 5th Grade Everyday Math UNIT 1 Resources


General REVIEW: Factors, Prime Numbers, Squares

  1. Factor Trees
  2. Factor Game
  3. Factor Tree
  4. Divisibility Rules
  5. Number Challenge
  6. Satellite Factors
  7. Satellite Prime & Composite
  8. FACTOR FEEDER GAME