## Reflection: Checks for Understanding Factor Game - Section 3: Notes for Student Play

As I walked around and observed students playing I realized it was a great opportunity to see who was comfortable with their multiplication tables.  Since the factor board's highest number is 30, most students were able to find factors using mental math and multiplication tables.  Other students were working it out on paper or using their fingers.  I made a list of these students so I could assign additional practice at a later time.

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# Factor Game

Unit 4: Factors and Multiples
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## Big Idea: Students play a math game.

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### Ursula Lovings

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