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Prime and Composite Sort Using Divisibility Rules

Prime and Composite Sort Using Divisibility Rules
Prime and Composite Sort Using Divisibility Rules
Prime and Composite Sort Using Divisibility Rules
Prime and Composite Sort Using Divisibility Rules
Prime and Composite Sort Using Divisibility Rules
Prime and Composite Sort Using Divisibility Rules
Prime and Composite Sort Using Divisibility Rules
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Important: This activity is in my Fantastic Strategies to find Prime and Composite Numbers from 1 to 100.
In this sort, students first label the 4 Magic Prime Numbers (2,3,5,7) and the Special Number 1.
For the rest of the numbers: Students ask the 3 questions. If the answer is yes, place that number in that category. The first 3 columns are composite numbers. If the answer is no to all 3 questions, the number is Prime.
This integrates divisibility laws with the sort activity.

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