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- Product Description
Do your students need to practice identifying prime and composite numbers? Do they need motivation to find ALL the factors of a number? This product contains a board game with simple directions and game play that you can use with small groups in learning centers.
This game has 3 levels so that you can increase the difficulty as the year progresses:
✅ Level 1: Green triangle cards: These cards have numbers 3-22, with 8 prime numbers
✅ Level 2: Blue circle cards: These cards have selected numbers 23-53. Most even numbers have been removed, and there are 8 prime numbers.
✅ Level 3: Red "diamond" cards: These cards have numbers 52 to 97. Most even numbers have been removed, and there are 9 prime numbers.
► For durability, laminate the directions (or put them in a sheet protector)
► Cut out the sheet of game cards
► Select game tokens such as checkers or pawns
And that's it!
The game board is designed to be colorful, yet not use up a lot of colored ink. However, the colors of the "spaces" are not relevant to the game, so you can print everything on a black and white printer if you choose.
The numbers are intentionally light so that students are less likely to see through them. Alternatively, I have created a black ink version that you can print on card stock.
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