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# Prime or Composite? resource bundle - posters, charts, task cards, printables

Rogue Algorithm
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3rd - 5th
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40 pages
Rogue Algorithm
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### Description

Build your students proficiency with prime and composite numbers with the engaging materials in this bundle. These resources have been designed to address one of the math standards in the Grade 4 Math Common Core State Standards.

Math Common Core State Standards addressed –
4.OA.4 – Determine whether a given whole number in the range 1-100 is prime or composite.

NOTE: This bundle combines resources that are available separately –

Prime and Composite Numbers 100s Charts and Posters
Prime or Composite? task cards + printables (set a) - Common Core Math-aligned
Prime or Composite? task cards + printables (set b) - Common Core Math-aligned

Included in this chart pack are:

• 3 color concept posters
• 6 charts (three in color, two in grayscale, and one template)
• 2 student journal inserts (color and black & white versions of each)
• 2 different sets of 32 task cards
• 2 different prime & composite activity sheets (two-sided)
• scoring guides for both activity sheets

Begin with the charts and posters, using them to introduce the concept of prime and composite numbers. The different charts allow for varied methods of exploration with prime and composite numbers. They will also help counter the commonly held misconceptions that 1 is a prime number and that all odd numbers are prime.

Follow up with the first graphic reference sheet, sized to fit in a standard journal for easy review the concepts of "prime" and "composite." Then, have your students work in pairs, small groups, or even on their own to work through the first 32 task cards. Once the students have practiced with the task cards, use the first 2-page task to assess your students' understanding of prime and composite numbers.

Help your students solidify their understanding of prime and composite numbers, as well as practice applying mathematical vocabulary "sum," "difference," and "quotient" with the second set of task cards and printables. Introduce or review the terms of "sum," "difference," and "quotient" with the second journal-sized reference sheet. Then, have your students work in pairs, small groups, or even on their own to work through this set of 32 task card. These cards will require your kids to examine pairs of numbers, determine the sum, difference, or quotient (depending on the card), and then decide if that sum, difference, or quotient is prime or composite. Once the students have practiced with this set of task cards, use the second 2-page task to assess your students' ability to apply their knowledge of the terms "sum," "difference," and "quotient" when distinguishing between prime and composite numbers.

I hope your students enjoy these resources! Dennis McDonald
Total Pages
40 pages
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