Mastering and understanding divisibility rules can be helpful for long division and greatest common factor. However, memorizing divisibility rules can be challenging for some kids. I love incorporating fun hands-on ways to teach division in my classroom.

You probably know the divisibility rule for 2: any even. number can be divided by 2. What about 5? Yep! Any number that ends in a 0 or 5 is divisible by 5. Then, for 10, any number that ends in 0 is divisible by 10. But, did you know, there are also EASY divisibility rules for 3,4,6 and 9? The divisibility rule for 3 is that if you add all of the digits of the number together and they equal a multiple of 3, then the number is divisible by 3. You can try this with any number!

**The rule for 4 is super simple! Are the last two digits of the number a multiple of 4? Then it is divisible by 4!**

Students will need lots of practice and repetition to remember these rules.

Check out these fun songs:

* Using Anchor Charts as a reference

* Flash Cards Practice and Memory Game

* Multiple Choice Worksheets

* True and False Cut, Sort and Glue Activities

* Color by Number Activities

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If you like these free activities for your fourth grader or fifth grader, check out this Divisibility Rules Resource. My students gain further mastery through fun using these print-and-go materials. They enjoy using the anchor chart in this packet to help complete true and false activities, color by number activities and divisibility charts.

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