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This fast-paced game is a great way to for kids to explore with the concept of factors, allowing you to address the Common Core Math Standards within the Grade 4 cluster "Gain familiarity with factors and multiples." Students will quickly discover the difference between prime and composite numbers,
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This game is a fun and engaging way to learn and understand prime and composite numbers! How to play:A student rolls a die and goes to the corresponding column. The student then chooses a number and tells if it is prime or composite. To make it more challenging, students can tell 2 factors for compo
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\$2.50
23 Ratings
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This holiday themed math activity provides students with practice sorting prime and composite numbers. Packet includes numbers 2-100, student worksheet, and answer key. Students can be given all numbers at one time to sort or the numbers can be divided and used at different stations or another day
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38 Ratings
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Number Clue is a fun mathematical murder mystery game. It has similar game play and styling of the popular board game that many of us grew up with. With Number Clue, students must practice and hone their skills in: divisibility of numbers, factors, primes, composites, and multiples. Students that
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\$4.99
29 Ratings
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This game is a fun and engaging way to learn the difference between prime and composite numbers. Students pick any numbers between 2 and 100 and write them on their bingo boards. The caller draws either a prime or composite card. The winner is the first to complete their bingo board. A prime and com
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Also included in: Math Bingo Bundle! Prime and Composite, Factor and Multiples Bingo

\$3.00
22 Ratings
4.0

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This prime and composite board game requires no preparation. Just print, and add two dice and different colored chips for each player, and you are ready to use it right away.The first player rolls two dice and uses them to create a 2-digit number. They will decide if the number they created is prime
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A fun 2-player game using paper clips and chips. There are two different games provided and all of the directions are included on each sheet! A great way to show that all composite numbers are made up of prime numbers, Works wonderfully as a hook to get students thinking about factors and primes. Ha
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Prime & Composite Game With one of the crayons, let students divide their own 10 x 10 grid paper into five playing boards with two vertical towers of 10 squares for each game. Ask them to write “P” for “Prime” under one of the towers and “C” for “Composite” under the other. The object of th
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13 Ratings
4.0

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This is a very simple yet fun prime and composite game that will get your kids into the Christmas spirit!! If you download this, please leave feedback! Also, click to follow our TpT store so you are notified when more freebies are added!! Here are some Winter products we also have available: The W
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28 Ratings
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This game has students differentiate between prime and composite numbers.
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4 Ratings
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Do your fourth or fifth graders struggle to keep factors and multiples straight? Need a little more work on identifying prime and composite numbers. These are important vocabulary words in fourth and fifth grade math class and it always seems like kids need a little more practice with them. This
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197 Ratings
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A 2 page review for students on Factors and Multiples and Prime and Composite Numbers. Includes Greatest Common Factors, Least Common Multiples, and Prime Factorization. *Quiz to be added soon.* Download my FREE Quiz to accompany this review! Need a SUPER FUN and ENGAGING way to review Prime a
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136 Ratings
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Zombie Math includes fun and engaging activities that teach students to: 1) find/identify the factors of a number 2) identify/find multiples of a number 3) distinguish between prime and composite numbers Favorite student games include "Who Ate the Teacher's Brain," in which students find and use f
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80 Ratings
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This dangerously MAD pack is sure to be a hit with 4th graders! It contains games, centers and activities to learn and practice prime numbers, composite numbers, factors and multiples. It was designed for 4th graders and is aligned to the 4th grade CCSS. Be sure to check out the preview! Page 1:
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Also included in: 4th Grade Math Bundle #2

\$7.50
145 Ratings
4.0

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Engage students with this fun, interactive Numbers game. In this reviewpowerpoint game, students demonstrate their math skills by practicing their math fluency with factors, multiples, prime, and composite numbers. There are 6 categories for a total of 30 questions. There is a final questions for s
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Also included in: Multiples and Factors Powerpoint Game Bundle

\$2.50
190 Ratings
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Prime and Composite: Prime and Composite Numbers "Squares" game contains 13 fun and engaging factors games to help students practice identifying prime and composite numbers (2-100). Each one-page factors game gets students to identify the prime and composite numbers within a set of numbers (i.e.
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111 Ratings
4.0

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Prime and Composite Gumballs is a 2-player game that allows students to practice identifying prime and composite numbers. Players roll a die and follow the code to identify a prime or composite number in the gumball machine. The first player to identify all gumballs in his machine correctly wins the
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287 Ratings
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Engage your students in practicing factors, multiples, prime, and composite numbers with this incredible game! Inspired by Hope King's use of Jenga games in the classroom, students will use colored Jenga blocks to practice their math skills. Each colored block has six questions. When a student pul
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Also included in: Topple Blocks™ Math Games Bundle

\$2.00
280 Ratings
4.0

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Your students will love practicing finding prime and composite numbers with this set of 24 self checking task cards. The set includes - * 24 Self checking prime and composite number task cards that are designed to practice CCSS 4.OA.4 * A task card recording answer sheet and key * A bonus game sho
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283 Ratings
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Prime and Composite Popcorn is a 2-player game that allows students to practice identifying prime and composite numbers. Players roll a die and follow the code to identify a prime or composite number in the popcorn box. The first player to identify all the popcorn in his box correctly wins the game.
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217 Ratings
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This product is a must for the beginning of the year (to be reused at any point during the school year!) for any late elementary or middle school math classroom! It is the ultimate remedy for the “What is a prime number again?” scenario! The product consists of 18 reusable “What number am I?” card
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66 Ratings
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This Halloween themed math activity provides students with practice sorting prime and composite numbers. Packet includes numbers 2-100, a few blank cards, student worksheet, and answer key. Students can be given all numbers at one time to sort or the numbers can be divided and used at different
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141 Ratings
4.0

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Prime or Composite Identification Prime or Composite Hunter Game with Scoring Sheet List of all prime numbers 0-250 Prime or Composite Challenge Question sheet Factors for numbers 1-20 fill in chart Multiples Challenge Activity Least Common Multiple Intro Least Common Multiple Application Activity A
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26 Ratings
4.0

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This partner game is a fun way to introduce or reinforce prime and composite numbers. This game also reinforces the 4th grade Common Core standard- MCC4.OA.4- Find all factor pairs for a whole number in the range 1-100. Recognize that a whole number is a multiple of each of its factors. Determine w
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\$2.50
42 Ratings
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