Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Multiples come from multiplying, for example some multiples of 6 are: 6 which is 6 x 1, 12 which is 6 x 2, 36 which is 6 x 6, 60 which is 6 x 10. Any number that can be written as six times an integer is a multiple of six. We're only looking up to 100, but every number has an infinite number of multiples. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Prime Factors are factors that are Prime numbers. Prime numbers are numbers that cannot be split evenly, and therefore have only one and themselves as their factors but one itself is not prime. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

Instructions Factors split a number evenly, for example if I have 12 almonds, I can easily divide them in half, making 2 groups of 6, or I can divide them into thirds making 3 groups of 4. Conversly, I can also make 6 groups of 2 or 4 groups of 3. I can make 1 group of 12, but I can't make an even group of 5, nor 7. All of the numbers that made even splits are the factors of 12, we could also say that 12 is divisible by any one of its factors. A helpful hint is that factors almost always come in pairs. Goals Highlight the correct numbers under 100.

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