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This is a Prime Numbers chart with the prime numbers up to 100. Great for students to look at when working with prime numbers.
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Prime Numbers Chart Less than 500 This Prime Numbers Chart is a great addition to your Math Interactive Notebooks and Math Centers. • Includes large (8 1/2 x 11) Prime Numbers Chart and student chart (half sheet) • The large chart can be displayed in classroom and/or at a math center. • The sma
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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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This printable Word Doc has a brief description of prime numbers and then lists the prime numbers starting with 2 and ending with 571.
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This is a small chart to cut apart and have your students glue into their math journal.
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Prime Numbers Chart 8 1/2" x 11" Print on white cardstock paper
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This chart has the prime numbers from 2 to 997
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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 She
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Prime numbers, composite numbers, factors, and multiples are confusing concepts for intermediate students. Use this hands-on lesson to really help them see how these terms relate to each other--all by using arrays. I have included the actual blog posts and full directions with photos to show you t
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*PLEASE RATE* Having a hard time learning how to find prime numbers? Or do you lack confidence in calculating the prime factors of a number? Maybe, you need a fast way to make quick review problems for your students. This chart is designed to help save your valuable time. Free for a short period of
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This file contains 3 printables to be used for independent student work and also 6 colorful letter sized posters. I print the letter sized posters, frame them and place them where students can easily view the information. I have also included a picture of the anchor charts I hang in my classroom w
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This is a one page worksheet and one page answer key that is designed for students to find all the prime numbers up to 100. Help Caveman Cal "chisel" out the prime numbers! Visit our store for more great activities. Visit Our Store Visit Our Blog prime, prime number, 100 chart, worksheet, answer k
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Here is a reference sheet for prime and composite numbers, in the form of a 100s chart. Great for prime factorization, finding divisibility rules in 5th grade math.
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Have fun with prime numbers! This activity will help your students review and become more familiar with prime numbers, and create a beautiful piece of art at the same time. :) Included in this packet are: - step by step directions to design a prima ballerina out of prime numbers - hidden picture
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Prime Numbers Strips 1-200 are in a table display that can be printed for student use. Folding in half and laminating the strips will make a handy tool for students working with Least Common Multiple, Lowest Common Denominator, and Simplifying Fractions to lowest terms. The 1-200 number chart will g
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This is great for interactive notebooks! Students will color in the chart to identify which numbers and prime, composite, or neither. Great reference throughout the year!
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Multiplication chart with prime factors - all in one! 6 Prime Factor Charts that are colorful to help your students recognize and understand multiplication and prime factors. These multiplication charts are bright and eye-catching to encourage student learning. For example, students can see that 6x7
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Common Core Math Standard: (4.OA.4) Using prior knowledge of factors and multiples, SWBAT identify prime and composite numbers from 1 – 100. Greek philosopher and mathematician, Eratosthenes, created a method for finding prime numbers using a hundreds chart. Learners will discover the history of
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Common Core Math 4.OA.4: May be used separately or with my Smartboard lesson, which outlines the step-by-step method to eliminate composite numbers from the hundreds chart, leaving only prime numbers. Using activity sheets in the lesson, students will determine the prime numbers between 1 - 100. T
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Contents: 2-page Study Guide; Tables for Interactive Notebook; Summary Page for Interactive Notebook; Anchor Chart; PowerPoint Presentation This packet includes a two-page study guide for students which can be copied front & back for handy reference. A factors table of frequently used numerato
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Number charts to 120 with prime factors - all in one! 7 Prime Factor Charts (4 in color, 3 in black & white) to help your students recognize and understand prime factors. These number charts are bright and eye-catching to encourage student learning. Composite numbers to 120 are broken down using
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Students replace the 0’s in a chart with the prime numbers specified on each worksheet, so that all of the 5 columns, 5 rows, and 2 diagonals sum to another prime number. Each prime number may only be used once. Each sum may be checked against the list of prime numbers in the last chart. This downl
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Students replace the 0’s in a chart with the prime numbers 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, 53, 59, 61, and 67, so that all of the 3 columns, 3 rows, and 2 diagonals sum to another prime number. Each prime number may only be used once. Each sum may be checked against the list of prime numbers in the last chart.
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Students replace the 0’s in a chart with the prime numbers 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, 53, 59, 61, 67, 71, 73, 79, 83, 89, 97, 113, so that all of the 5 columns, 5 rows, and 2 diagonals sum to another prime number. Each prime number may only be used once. Each sum may be che
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