Although factors and multiples are a 4th grade focus*, they are definitely something that we fifth grade teachers
To keep my students' skills sharp during holiday break, I created factor and multiple flap books. These little "presents" require students to write the definition of "factor" and "multiple" and list 5 multiples for 2-10 and all the factors for 6,7,8,9,10,12,18, 24, 36. Blank versions are also included for teachers or students who want to use their own numbers. When these little homework assignments return from break (!), they will be added to our math notebooks.
You'll find Presenting Multiples & Factors at:
Teachers Pay Teachers
*factors & multiples are in CCSS.Math.Content.4.OA.B.4
Looking for more factor and multiple practice over break? Below, you'll find links to some of my favorite related games:
Table Numbers - Choose a factor from 2-9, then click on one of three numbers that represents a multiple of the chosen factor.
Times Square - find factors as you race to get four products in a row. Use Guest Pass or register to play against students online.
Factor Dazzle- Click on the factors of target numbers set by an opponent. Use Guest Pass or register to play against students online.
Factor Game - Click on the factors of target numbers set by an opponent. Play against the computer or a friend.