Unique, interesting, fun & effective !
Every title in the series of “Can you guess which one?“
games comes in three formats:
Smart Notebook, Power Point and pdf
, all of which are highly interactive.
This game is a great way to teach, reinforce or review prime numbers. Its informal yet challenging approach creates an atmosphere of excitement where students want to uncover the answer rather than feeling that it is just another set of mundane questions to answer.
This game can be purchased separately or in one of two different bundles. Click Here
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Students must be able to recognize prime and non-prime numbers to play this game.
This game consists of 12 separate pages each with 4 different numbers to consider. Three of the numbers are non-prime, the fourth is prime. Students must correctly identify which one is prime. The approach taken helps students to further develop their understanding of the difference between prime and non-prime numbers. (please check out the accompanying preview for a more complete description of how it works, what it looks like and all that is included)
The original concept was conceived to allow large groups to play all at once, such as an entire class. But, it also comes in printable Task Cards or Worksheets w/answer keys for smaller groups or as supplementary/extension materials for individuals at any point on the ability continuum. Finally, a pdf student response sheet, useful for all of the above mentioned formats is included. By design, this invaluable resource provides the flexibility you need so that it can be used in almost every classroom situation with almost every level of skill.
Exponents I & II
Multiplying Monomials I & II
Fractions I, II, III & IV
Order of Operations I & II
Prime Numbers I
Rational Numbers I
Order of Operations I & II, Prime Numbers I and Rational Numbers I ( 4 games in total
Exponents I & II and Multiplying Monomials I & II ( 4 games in total
Fractions I, II, III & IV ( 4 games in total
Exponents I & II, Multiplying Monomials I & II, Fractions I, II, III & IV, Prime Numbers I, Rational Numbers I and Order of Operations I & II ( 12 games in total