
Nelson EducationSchoolMathematics 7  
Surf for More MathLesson 4  Exploring Divisibility
Use the following interactive activities to encourage students to have fun on the Web while learning about divisibility. Students can do these activities on their own or in pairs. GoalUse divisibility rules to identify factors of numbers. Builds UponStudent Book pages 1415
Instructions for UseDivisible by 2 lets students practice the divisibility rule using the number 2 to identity factors.
To use Divisible by 2, click the "Start" button. Determine if the number is divisible by 2 using the divisibility rule. Click either the "Yes" or "No" button. See how many questions students can answer correctly in a minute.
Divisible by 3 lets students practice the divisibility rule using the number 3 to identity factors.
To use Divisible by 3, click the "Start" button. Determine if the number is divisible by 3 using the divisibility rule. Click either the "Yes" or "No" button. See how many questions students can answer correctly in a minute.
Divisible by 4 lets students practice the divisibility rule using the number 4 to identity factors.
To use Divisible by 4, click the "Start" button. Determine if the number is divisible by 4 using the divisibility rule. Click either the "Yes" or "No" button. See how many questions students can answer correctly in a minute.
Divisible by 5 lets students practice the divisibility rule using the number 5 to identity factors.
To use Divisible by 5, click the "Start" button. Determine if the number is divisible by 5 using the divisibility rule. Click either the "Yes" or "No" button. See how many questions students can answer correctly in a minute.
Divisible by 6 lets students practice the divisibility rule using the number 6 to identity factors.
To use Divisible by 6, click the "Start" button. Determine if the number is divisible by 6 using the divisibility rule. Click either the "Yes" or "No" button. See how many questions students can answer correctly in a minute.
Divisible by 7 lets students practice the divisibility rule using the number 7 to identity factors.
To use Divisible by 7, click the "Start" button. Determine if the number is divisible by 7 using the divisibility rule. Click either the "Yes" or "No" button. See how many questions students can answer correctly in a minute.
Divisible by 8 lets students practice the divisibility rule using the number 8 to identity factors.
To use Divisible by 8, click the "Start" button. Determine if the number is divisible by 8 using the divisibility rule. Click either the "Yes" or "No" button. See how many questions students can answer correctly in a minute.
Divisible by 9 and 10 lets students practice the divisibility rule using the number 9 to identity factors.
To use Divisible by 9 and 10, click the "Start" button. Determine if the number is divisible by 9 using the divisibility rule. Click either the "Yes" or "No" button. See how many questions students can answer correctly in a minute. 

