# Divisibility Rules Poster – Math Classroom Decor

And it will look GREAT on your wall!

Lots of 4th, 5th, and 6th grade math students struggle with division – these students can really benefit from handy and simple rules to help them divide large numbers.

Divisibility Rules are very useful when finding GCF, LCM, prime factorization, simplifying radicals, and factoring.

Even if your students have division down perfectly, this poster will still look BEAUTIFUL on your wall!

Darling Divisibility Rules Poster!!! SO colorful and cute!!! It looks great in my 6th grade Math classroom! THANK YOU for a TERRIFIC resource I’ll use year after year!

Tricks and Treats for Teaching

## This is a black & white DIY poster.

Print the panels, cut them out, and assemble your poster. For best results, print on color paper or card stock and laminate.

If you want your poster to look exactly like mine, you need to print it on Astrobrights color paper. (affiliate link)

This resource is AWESOME! I love this because, I was able to hang it up in the classroom and the students can refer to it at anytime they need through out our lessons. Great for Factors and Multiples and Division.

Lydia M.

## Most math classroom posters are hard to read from the desks.

They are usually cluttered with too much information and the text is often too small.

Your students can’t even read them unless they are out of their seats!

This resource is wonderful for a quick review on divisibility rules. Whenever my students ask about the rules or other similar questions, I direct them first to the chart. It’s simple and easy to comprehend, great for multiple grades!

Katherine K.

## My posters are LARGE and VIVID!

You can easily read them from the desks or anywhere in the room.

## Other math teachers LOVE this resource!

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This resource was awesome! The printing instructions that went along with it were very helpful. They are great visual reminders to keep in the classroom on our bulletin board.

Lauren K.