Embarking on an exploration of the intricate relationship between multiples and factors, Stage 4 learners enthusiastically undertook an engaging activity on December 1st. They constructed a 10 × 10 multiplication grid and delved into the question, ‘Which times table does number 6 belong to?’ Demonstrating their understanding, they meticulously listed the first 10 multiples of 6, circling the number 6 in each sequence. The activity culminated in a profound comprehension that 1, 2, 3, and 6 are factors of 6. Learners grasped that multiples are the products resulting from multiplying a number by another, whereas factors are the numbers that divide another number without a remainder. This hands-on experience solidified the fundamental connection between multiples and factors, enhancing the learners’ grasp of these essential concepts in number theory.