. . .and, “2,3, 4 = 12,” and we all recorded it. Simple!
Did you know that you can find the Lowest Common Multiple of two-digit numbers using the pegboard, too?
It won’t be long before we are finding Prime Factors and using them as a way to find Lowest Common Multiples of much bigger numbers, but we wanted to share this little lesson, because isn’t it easy?
If you have a pegboard and pegs, you can do this, too, and if you have two different colors of pegs, you can pretend one color is units and one color is tens and you can even find Lowest Common Multiples of two-digit numbers .
We are thinking of Multiples a lot, now, are you?
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