# Match the Rule

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet is designed as a matching activity to help students learn and apply divisibility rules. On the left side, there is a list of numbers (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10) each followed by a dot, and on the right side, there are statements describing the divisibility rules for numbers. Students are expected to draw lines connecting each number to the rule it represents. This exercise helps to visually organize the information and requires students to think critically about each rule.

The worksheet aims to teach students the specific criteria that make a number divisible by another. It includes rules for the smaller divisors like checking if the last digit is even or 0 for divisibility by 2, and more complex rules like the sum of the digits being divisible by 3 or 9. This activity encourages students to memorize these rules by linking the abstract concept of divisibility to concrete examples. It’s a foundational math skill that supports students’ ability to work with factors, multiples, and to simplify fractions.