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# Prime and Composite Numbers - Digital Interactive Activity TEKS 5.4A

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Finally, a fun activity for reviewing prime and composite numbers with these Google Slides! This digital interactive math activity is perfect for reviewing important number skills. Utilizing Google Slides makes this distance learning activity quick and easy! No copies or papers are needed. Clear instructions make this a great math activity for subs, or a fun partner activity in class.

Engage your young learners in prime and composite numbers by practicing with a digital activity. Students will love exploring number concepts through this fun digital activity, and won't even realize how much they're learning!

⭐  What’s Included:

• Clear directions for how to share the activity with your students

Your students will love reviewing prime and composite numbers using technology. No more boring worksheets that you have to print and prep! This activity is perfect for distance learning, a hybrid classroom, technology integration, review, sub plans, a fun partner activity, independent practice and so much more!

⭐  The Google Slides Are As Follows:

Slide 1- Title, students put their names

Slide 2 - Sieve of Prime and Composite Numbers- Students fill in boxes with colors that represent multiples of prime numbers.

Slide 3 - Prime Test- Looking at multiples and divisibility rules to determine if the number is prime or composite.

Slide 4- Hidden Picture- Students fill in boxes to reveal a hidden picture. Prime numbers are green and composite are blue.

Slide 5- Sorting Popcorn Numbers into Prime or Composite

Slide 6-7 Problem Solving- Students will have guided problem solving with word problems. These are open ended.

Slide 8-10 Test Prep- multiple choice questions and explain your thinking.

Slide 11- Ending and how to share with your teacher

I also include another link for the answer key. This would be perfect as a partner activity, independent activity, enrichment, or review before STAAR!

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A Test to Determine Prime or Composite QR CODE TEKS 5.4A

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### Standards

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Find all factor pairs for a whole number in the range 1-100. Recognize that a whole number is a multiple of each of its factors. Determine whether a given whole number in the range 1-100 is a multiple of a given one-digit number. Determine whether a given whole number in the range 1-100 is prime or composite.