Math Activity: Greatest Common Factor Square Jumbo Puzzle Set (4 Pack)


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This 4-Pack of Greatest Common Factor Puzzles is a terrific way to practice finding and identifying greatest common factors. Even better than that? The puzzle format encourages critical thinking and problem solving. Use the puzzles as a small group activity, and you've added teamwork and cooperation to the mix. Brilliant! These puzzles are great for everyone from large classes to single-student home schools.

Each of the 4 puzzles included in the pack forms a 12" x 12" square when complete. Each puzzle provides tons of practice with GCF and logical thinking.

Greatest Common Factor Square Puzzle Set is a digital download. Puzzles will need to be printed and prepared (cut) in advance of using them in class. Lamination is not necessary, but will protect your puzzle pieces for use in years ahead.


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