I used an interactive flipchart first. I am also including this divisibility game in the first set of math centers we do. Click on the picture below to get a copy of the center. (free)
Then reality set in, and this is what ended up in their notebook instead, but not in color.
For the left side, student output, they completed a checklist of only four problems. I used it for a quick check and an informal assessment.
This lesson went well. They don't have cool matchbooks in their notebook, but I am over it. (well, maybe not yet. It would have been so cool.) The students really liked the interactive flipchart. To help keep these rules in their minds, I am including this for their daily quiz next week. And I know they will love the swat game.