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GCF, LCM, Oh my! (Greatest Common Factor and Lowest/Least Common Multiple)
In this interactive class, students will learn how to determine the greatest common factor (GCF) or the lowest/least common multiple (LCM) of 2-3 numbers. Then, they will use their skills to solve a variety of problems.
GCF, LCM, Oh my! by LEARN Anytime Anywhere
In this class, students will learn why it is useful to use GCF (greatest common factor) and LCM (lowest/least common multiple). Students will learn how to determine the GCF. I will demonstrate some problems using GCF. Then, we will work out some problems together. Next, we will move on to the LCM. Students will learn how to determine the LCM. I will demonstrate some problems using LCM. Then, we will work out some problems together. Once I am able to confirm their understanding of the LCM, we will play a Kahoot game at the end!
  • Able to multiply and divide the basic times table.
Supply List
  • Please have students come prepared. Paper and several pencils are recommended.
Once a week One-Time Class
45 minutes Class Duration
10 Kids Maximum Class Size
Ages 9-12 Age Range
USD 19.35 Total Price Per Learner (USD)

I have a Masters of Education and am a licensed math and English teacher. **I have been teaching online for five years!** I love the exploration of math and plan to explore it in all of my classes.

My term long classes (broken into two terms affordability) will include plenty of exploration but will also be courses that will allow students to understand and practice concepts. As far as core classes go I teach middle school math (6th, 7th, and 8th/pre-algebra), Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra 2, Precalculus. I have taught these in a brick and mortar school in the USA and international schools in Thailand and China.

I have taught ages 11 to 18 in a traditional classroom.

Feel free to request classes. I teach both integrated math as well as algebra, geometry, trignometry and statistics. Also, creative writing for fiction and nonfiction and young adult dystopian English classes.