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# GCF: Greatest Common Factor (Valentine’s Day Themed) Math Worksheets

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## Who are these worksheets for?

This pack is suitable for learners aged 8-10 years old or 4th to 5th Grade (USA). The content covers fact files and relevant basic and advanced activities involving the greatest common factor.

## What is Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day or Feast of Saint Valentine comes yearly every 14th of February across the United States and in other places. This is a cultural and religious celebration of romance and love. It is the time to celebrate love and cherish our loved ones. We always show our love to the people around us, but this day is a little more special.

## What are Factors?

• These are numbers being multiplied together to produce another number.
• Multiplying two or more numbers means that the factors are being multiplied together.
• In fact, factors are numbers involved when we perform multiplication.

This is a fantastic bundle that includes everything you need to know about greatest common factor across 20 in-depth pages. These are ready-to-use worksheets suitable for students aged 8-10 years old.

Each ready to use worksheet collection includes 10 activities and an answer guide. Not teaching common core standards? Don’t worry! All our worksheets are completely editable so can be tailored for your curriculum and target audience.

## Resource Examples

Below are screenshots of the resources available within this collection. This collection contains 10 activities and a fact file.

## Resources & Worksheets Included

• Valentine’s Day Trivia
• Special Valentine’s Day Number
• Valentine’s Dinner Date
• The Couple Numbers
• Valentine’s Day Free Chocolates