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This file contains 6 pages.~ A 100 Chart for students to identify and color Prime Numbers (grayscale)~ A 100 Chart for students to identify and color Composite Numbers (grayscale)~ A Prime Number Answer Sheet which can also be used as a poster (color and grayscale)~ A Composite Number Answer Sheet w
This chart can be used to help students easily identify prime and composite numbers. It can also be used as a regular hundreds chart and assist with addition or subtraction.Fonts used: Fontdiner Swanky, Alata, Alegreya Sans
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Students will be able to use this tool when they are learning about prime and composite numbers. You can have each student color in the prime numbers and the composite numbers on the hundreds chart and explain what each one it. This will help them see it visually. Also each student can customize the
Grades:
4th - 6th
This fun Factors Game helps kids to more fully understand what prime factorization is all about. By systematically finding the factors of different numbers, kids will see the prime numbers magically appear. This game helps kids connect the meaning of prime numbers, composite numbers, greatest common
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5th - 8th
This Powerpoint presentation on prime and composite numbers can be used with a whole class lesson or with small groups! It puts the use of prime and composite numbers into real-world situations and includes an activity at the end. Please note: The activity at the end requires a 100-chart handout, wh
This is a collection of four printable pages designed to help students build knowledge of all numbers 1 - 100.Included in the pack is 1 - 100 high-resolution posterPrime Number high-resolution PosterBlank 100 chart for students to completeCompleted 100 charts for skip counting with counters etc.This
Use this colorful poster in your room to remind students of the prime and composite numbers up to 100! You’ll find them looking at the place where you hang it and picturing it in their minds, even when it has to be covered up for testing 
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4th - 7th
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This fun holiday-themed (non-denominational) activity is perfect for a whole group activity that can then be pasted into interactive journals for future use. Children use traditional holiday colors of red and green in on a hundred chart using Eratosthenes' Sieve to locate and color code their prime
For all you doodlers out there, doodle away! There are no problems to answer, no mastery tests, just pictures to color. This can be used as an introductory lesson, a supplemental lesson or review. It works for students, parents and teachers. Pages can be used as anchor charts or study guides ke
A simple color-coded reference chart showing all of the prime and composite whole numbers between 1 and 100.** If you download this FREE product, please leave some feedback. It is greatly appreciated!! Also, if you like this reference, please check out my other resources. I add more all the time.
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4th - 7th
Prime and Composite Chart 1-100
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5th - 7th
Are your students learning about Prime and Composite numbers? Check out this great resource of Prime Numbers from 1-100!What's Included?A PRINTABLE & Colorful Prime Numbers ChartTips & TricksPrint multiple copies and laminate to keep in your classroomAdd this as a digital resource in your Go
Grades:
5th - 8th
100 chart shows all prime numbers less than 100 Clip art from mycutegraphics.com
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4th - 7th
Thanks so much for your business!Use these ***editable*** cards and game board to address 3rd-4th grade multiplication/division . . . . Or adapt for any grade level and standard/skill!Please note: the only thing you need to prep for this game is to provide a chart of prime/composite numbers on the
Four number charts up to 120 on the same page. Used for looking at multiples of a number, even or odd numbers, and prime or composite numbers.
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1st - 5th
3 hundreds charts on 1 page. Can be used for looking at even and odd numbers, looking at prime and composite numbers and other uses.
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K - 5th
Free!! Use this pre-made chart to insert into your student's notebooks. List numbers in order or choose randomly. For each number, list it's factors and whether it is prime or composite. Enjoy!
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3rd - 5th
A simple chart to use with counters or tiles to determine whether a given number is prime or composite.Roll a pair of dice and designate the numbers as the tens and ones places. Attempt to divide that number of tiles or cubes into groups of 2,3,5,7,11, and then 13. If the number can be divided into
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4th - 6th
A set of 16 index card-sized Math concept cards that cover a wide range of topics. Prints beautifully in colour or black and white, 4-up. Can be printed double-sided or single-sided. Punch a hole in the corner and add a ring and you have a handy reference guide that can be hung! Print these referenc
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4th - 8th
I made this COLOSSAL 10 FOOT Tall math PROJECT to help my students with factors, but I couldn't believe what they actually learned. AFTER YOU DOWNLOAD THIS PRODUCT, LEAVE A COMMENT! EVEN just a ONE WORD "Thanks!" is considerate and meaningful. CHECK OUT MORE FREEBIES! HUGE CLIP ART FREEBIE! BOO
Students keep track of the the factors and multiples for the numbers 2 - 61, and then decide wheter they are prime or composite.
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4th - 6th
This fun activity is highly engaging and is great for helping students understand what multiples are. Students use the color code to “skip count” through 100. As they go through the activity, students will make connections that numbers share multiples. This helps with understanding number relationsh
This set includes many key concepts. Included are: *Prime or composite *Written form *Expanded form *Odd or even *Multiples *Multiplication *Rounding *Factoring *Place value There are different versions of the worksheet with different pictures. These worksheets can be used daily or weekly to reinfo
FREE Prime and Composite Chart! 4.OA.B.4 Prime and Composite numbers can be tricky for students to learn. Use this chart to help them understand and identify prime and composite numbers. Great for the Common Core! CCSS.Math.Content.4.OA.B.4 Find all factor pairs for a whole number in the range 1–
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3rd - 5th

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