This set includes everything you need for a unit on 4.OA.B.4 - Factors, Multiples, Prime, and Composite Numbers for your fourth grade classroom. It could even be used for struggling fifth graders or as enrichment for your third graders. The set has a generic theme so it can be used any time of year. It is completely common core aligned and has a lot of cross-curricular tie-ins!
Clear and eye-catching PowerPoint slides to describe the process to your students.
Two detailed Interactive Notebook Pages (includes everything you need except scissors and glue!) with very easy to understand directions so your students can work independently.
Task Card Set - 24 task cards, includes color and black and white versions AND includes student recording sheets and student instructions.
Entry and Exit Ticket Assessments - Use these short quizzes as pre-tests and post-tests for your lessons to see what your students already know before you teach and what they learned from the lesson. Includes emoji exit quizzes for students to show how confident they are in what they are learning.
Frooty Factor Intro - Let students see that they already have some ideas about factoring, using froot loops!
Factor Find Game - Cooperative learning activity in which students find factors of numbers they choose.
Constellation Factors - Students will create a constellation on posterboard to display the factorization of numbers.
Race to Multiples Intro - An introduction to multiples: students will race to find multiples of three
Multi-Peoples - Students will work in groups to create multiples with people, using your direction.
Multiple Monsters Craftivity - Students will create a monster with multiples of a number between 2 and 10.
Bean Thirteen Intro - Students will respond to questions about the book Bean Thirteen by Matthew McElligott to introduce the concept of prime and composite numbers.
Eratosthenes Chart - Students will complete an Eratosthenes chart to show prime and composite numbers.
You Sank My Number Ship! - Students will play a game similar to battleship by answering questions about the factors and multiples of a number and whether it is prime or composite.