# Divisibility Check Boxes

## Worksheet Description

This worksheet presents a divisibility exercise where a list of numbers is provided in a column on the left, and a series of boxes labeled with divisors (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10) are presented in rows corresponding to each number. Students are tasked with checking the boxes to indicate which of these divisors each number is divisible by. The grid format allows for a clear visual representation of which numbers are divisible by which divisors, facilitating an easy check-and-cross-reference method for students.

The purpose of this worksheet is to reinforce the understanding of divisibility rules by having students apply these rules to various numbers. It teaches students to quickly determine the divisibility of a number, which is a fundamental skill in mathematics, particularly in topics such as factors and multiples, prime factorization, and simplification of fractions. This activity also enhances students’ problem-solving skills and their ability to handle large numbers. Through repeated practice, students can gain fluency in recognizing patterns in numbers that suggest divisibility, which is valuable for more advanced math concepts.