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This is a game to use when teaching Prime and Composite and Divisibility Rules. Includes and instruction sheet with divisibility rules, answer sheet, two title cards, 12 prime number cards, and 12 composite number cards. Great to use as a math station/center or for early finishers! 4th Grade Comm
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I created these after finding a need with my own students who really needed to think about Math vocabulary they were learning in class. There are 7 printable pages in all: 2 cut and paste sorts with the numbers 2 cut and paste sorts where they will be asked to multiply first, then sort based on
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Quick! The Zombies are coming and need to find the right brains to eat! Students sort the cards onto the brains, deciding whether each number is prime or composite. As they place the card, they must explain how they know the number is prime or composite. (You should decide which set of brains to
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Go digital with Boom Cards™! In this deck, students will classify numbers as Prime or Composite. The first 10 cards will have your students sorting numbers into prime and composite groups. The last 10 cards are mystery number cards in which your students will use clues involving factors and multi
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This is a fun, unique activity to help students practice understanding prime and compsite numbers. Students will sort out candy corn cards labeled 1-100. They will sort by either prime or composite and record their answers on the recording sheet. They must tell whether it is prime or composite and l
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Math VA SOL standard 5.3 This packet includes a math station or center that can be done independently or in partners/groups. It also includes a speech bubble that students can use to help justify their answer for where they sort the numbers.
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This resource is create to use in math centers! It requires critical thinking and reinforces prime and composite concepts. Students need to think and answer before cutting and gluing. There are TEI questions sprinkled in similar to the Virginia SOL (5.3) questions.
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This is a sort that differentiates between prime and composite numbers. Students will cut and paste where it goes. Answer key is attached.
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Important: This activity is in my Fantastic Strategies to find Prime and Composite Numbers from 1 to 100. In this sort, students first label the 4 Magic Prime Numbers (2,3,5,7) and the Special Number 1. For the rest of the numbers: Students ask the 3 questions. If the answer is yes, place that nu
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This is a great small group or partner practice for prime and composite numbers. Students sort the owls based on if their numbers are prime or composite. This pack also includes 2 practice worksheets and 4 homework worksheets. There is also an accountability sheet for teachers to check for unders
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This prime and composite sort teaches students to identify between prime and composite numbers using divisibility rules. This activity is differentiated in that the Set A number cards are from 0-50 and the Set B Cards are 0-100.
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This sort has the students sorting prime and composite numbers into their respective categories. This is a great formative assessment.
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Color and black and white versions of prime and composite ice cream scoop sorts, mats, and a printable cut and paste.
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Students will cut out the toppings with numbers on it. They will then sort the toppings with numbers into either the prime or composite pizza slice. Afterwards, the teacher or student may check their work with the included key. Additionally, there is a question sheet along with the answers to go alo
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Great review for students studying prime and composite numbers. Three pages of different numbers. One set is challenge problems. One set is blank for choosing own numbers.
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Students can sort numbers in columns according to whether the number is prime or composite. Can be used as a whole class assignment or as multiple centers. Includes number cards 2-100. Awesome when laminated on bright colored paper for yearly use. Idea: More advanced students are given larger numb
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Aligned to 6th grade Common Core standards! This flipchart for Promethean provides brief notes on the difference between prime and composite numbers. It also includes a Venn Diagram with a variety of numbers hidden behind a cute cartoon monkey. The idea is to have the students come to the board, "
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Students cut out numbers and then sort by prime/composite.
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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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Prime and Composite Numbers No Prep Interactive Notebook Pages and Activities CCSS: 4.OA.B.4Engaging interactive notebook pages for both the left and right side! All YOU have to do is print and go! *Prime and Composite Numbers Mini Foldable (2 per page)*”Figuring Out if a Number is Prime or Composit
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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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These three prime and composite number math centers are designed to reinforce prime and composite identification with numbers 1 through 100. A Venn diagramming activity has students sort numbers by properties such as prime and composite and even and odd. A recording sheet with open ended questions
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This PDF file contains materials that will help your students understand the difference between a prime number and a composite number. It will also help them understand that 0 and 1 are neither prime or composite. If you would like them to include instruction on the fact that negative numbers are
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Tired of the same old task cards? Are you trying a new blended classroom? Need help integrating technology into math? May be your school is moving to one-to-one devices... Here is a chance to integrate technology and still provide a rigorous problem solving activity! This download comes with direct
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