# Prime and Composite Numbers Google Classroom Interactive Activity TEKS 5.4A

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Tired of the same old task cards? Are you trying a new blended classroom? Need help integrating technology into math? May be your school is moving to one-to-one devices... Here is a chance to integrate technology and still provide a rigorous problem solving activity!

This download comes with directions on how to take my interactive lesson (which is shared via a link in the directions) and share it with your students. This lesson can be shared on Google Classroom or you can share it as a link on classroom websites such as Edmodo.

The interactive lesson is on Google Slides. Students can improve computer skills while being fully engaged in the math lesson. No copies or paper needed!

The lesson contains 11 slides and many problem solving experiences.

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 an answer key. This would be perfect as a partner activity, independent activity, enrichment, or review before STAAR!

Try some of my other Google Classroom Activities!

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Additive and Multiplicative Patterns Google Classroom Activity TEKS 5.4C 5.4D

Order of Operations NO EXPONENTS Google Classroom TEKS 5.4E and 5.4F

Financial Literacy TEKS 5.10A 5.10B 5.10E 5.10F Google Classroom Activity

Problem Solving with Graphs and Data TEKS 5.9A 5.9B 5.9C Google Classroom

Or try my hands-on QR code activity!

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.

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