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This prime and composite numbers enrichment activity meets TEKS 5.4A and CCSS 4.OA.B.4 for lessons on prime and composite numbers. Use these cards for games, SCOOT, math centers, guided lessons, and individual instruction. You can't go wrong with this colorful set of rigorous prime and composite num
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Math Game: Prime Numbers, Composite Numbers and Prime Factorization: Students will diagram Prime Factorization trees on mat and then Match cards with their Prime Factorization number. This could be used as a Center Activity, Group Work, Remediation or as a Station.
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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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Prime Numbers and Composite Numbers practice and mastery is easy with this Math Mastery Packet! This set of printable worksheets is perfect for practicing key skills, independent practice, small group work, intervention, homework, and yes..... test prep! Click here to save on the BUNDLE of ALL FOUR
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Prime Numbers, Composite Numbers, & Factors Interactive Notes includes 4 pages of interactive notes and worksheets. Students will learn:the definitions of factor, prime number, and composite numberdifferences between prime and composite numbers and how to identify eachprime factorizationrules fo
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This book is a great way for your students to take notes and learn about prime/composite numbers, factors, and multiples. It can be printed 2 to a page to save copies. An answer key has been included.
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This presentation helps students master the concept of prime numbers, composite numbers and factors. This presentation makes your job very easy as you can reuse this presention as many times as you wish to reteach the concept. Many Thanks.
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Prime number - Composite Number - Factors - Prime and Composite Number Pre / Post test - Math stations - Lowest common multiple - highest common factor - greatest common factor. Prime, composite and factor pre / post test (years 5-7) A great resource for any classroom or home. Simple pre / post
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Future Stars of Prime Numbers, Composite Numbers and Prime Factorization Teachers Pay Teachers Edition provides you the means to help students master prime and composite numbers and prime factorization. The contents include various methodologies, real world applications, facts, definitions, and expl
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4th Grade Math Printables that focus on the following: Factors Multiples Prime Numbers Composite Numbers
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Think about it, factor rainbows, prime factorization, exit ticket and partner task.
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This is a great walk through lesson that introduces the students to Prime and Composite numbers. This also reviews how we use factors to find out if a number is prime or composite! There are examples and even a guide to help when numbers start to get bigger, to help label them prime or composite!
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Students list the factors of each number and circle whether the number is prime or composite. This is a more advanced version (more factors) with 10 problems, Answer Key included! Need a standard version? Check out Prime vs. Composite Numbers (Part I) Need both the standard version and advanced v
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Prime Numbers & Composites: A set of puzzles to get students thinking about how to break a number down into its prime factors. Each puzzle requires students to fill in the circles with prime numbers and the squares with composites to make calculations that equal a starting number. The idea is
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Don't give another boring worksheet, let them color! Students must recognize prime and composite numbers, and then use the key at the bottom to color them correctly. Easy to grade and fun to do!
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In this game, students roll dice to create numbers and then determine whether the numbers are prime or composite. There is a good discussion piece when they have finished the game, which requires them to analyze their game results and form a conclusion. This activity is good for math centers becau
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Students will decide whether each number is prime or composite. Then they will glue the numbers on the chart in the correct column. All of my products are free within the first 24 hours of posting. Follow me for new product notifications. Like and check us out on Facebook at https://www.facebo
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This math activity is a great way for students to practice telling whether a number is prime or composite. Students select a card and write the number in the prime or composite number column of his/er board. The winner is the first player to fill in one whole row on their board (either 5 composite
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Engage your students while introducing/reviewing concept of factor pairs of whole numbers with this unique interactive video. It covers 4th grade standard 4.OA.B.4. Along with the video,there are two worksheets in this bundle. You can use the VideoQuestions.pdf in classroom while reviewing the que
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This is a worksheet I use in my fourth grade classroom. I used it as a formative assessment to see how students were progressing with factors, multiples, and prime or composite numbers. It can be used for practice or homework (you could even use it has a quick assessment). MAFS.4.OA.2.4- Investiga
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This set of cards can be used in a center for students to practice identifying prime or composite numbers. Two sorting mats, carts, and and answer sheets are included.
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Have fun with your students while they solve the is this Prime or Composite question. This activity is interactive in Google Slide and PowerPoint or it can be downloaded and printed on paper. You choose! Great for developing critical thinking skills! Included is a PDF version and a Google Slide
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Students list the factors of each number and circle whether the number is prime or composite. 10 problems, Answer Key included! Need a more advanced version? Check out Prime vs. Composite Numbers (Part II) Need both the standard version and advanced version? Check out Prime vs. Composite Numbers
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Practice prime and composite numbers in a fun way! Students will love helping the dog find his bone by following the path of prime numbers. An answer key is included! This lesson is a great introduction to prime and composite numbers. Also included is a Smartboard slide show. This Smartboard sli
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