# Prime Numbers

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Print and play math center that will have your students engaged in finding factors and multiples and identifying numbers as prime or composite. The option of using dry erase markers makes it super engaging for kids and it is a great way to review these important skills during other units.

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I've got two journal entries from our Interactive Math Journals to share with you today. We finished up our math unit this week - we were working hard to get it done before March Break. (YAY for spring break!!!). The first entry was a simple one for prime and composite numbers. I photocopied a hundred chart onto a longer rectangle so that the sides could fold together and meet in the middle. Under each of the flaps we wrote the definition for prime and composite numbers. We then colored our…

Are your students learning about Prime and Composite Numbers in Math Class? I have 2 student worksheets and 2 colorful charts for you that can also be used as answer sheets. Just click on the link below to grab your freebies. ~ http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Prime-and-Composite-Number-Charts-and-Student-Worksheets You Might Also Like:Vowel Sort Rainbow MatPhoneme Segmentation Cheat SheetFun Halloween ... Read More about Number Charts and Student Printables – Prime and Composite

My favorite way to teach is to not teach at all. So, I’m done with this post. Oh, you’re still here! So is this just the rambling of an eccentric math coach? No. What I mean is that it’s so much richer when kids learn on their own without being “taught”. A case in point […]

Prime and Composite Anchor Chart {plus a freebie!} by Crafting Connections!

A Prime Number can be divided evenly only by 1 or itself. And it must be a whole number greater than 1. For example: 5 is prime, as only 1 and 5 divide it, whereas 6 is composite, since...

This Worksheet Is Free To Download. Look On The Right-hand Side of The Webpage Under "Math Downloads". It will be labeled "Prime Factoriza...

My last post described the anchor chart as a learning tool in classrooms across our school. I highlighted snapshots I took based on our reading instruction. I thought you might also like a glimpse into our anchor charts in mathematics. Some math anchors are displayed to help students conceptually understand and remember mathematical vocabulary. Others remind students to think about their noticings or connections as they pertain to specific lessons including math games. Anchor charts also…

FREEBIE - Prime and Composite Numbers Pick, Flip and Check cards by Games 4 Learning - The fun way to review prime and composite numbers.

Factoring ... fun? Today it was! We had a three-part math lesson on factoring and prime factorization today. We did a great hands-on lesson from my newest math resource - Zeroing in on Number and Operations (check out the link at the bottom of my post). We've been working on prime and composite numbers, and factors and multiples this week (I've got some FABULOUS foldables to share with you on Sunday). Today we started with reviewing the definitions for prime and composite numbers, factors…

Understanding Multiplication and Factoring is critical to understanding higher functions in mathematics. This demonstration shows how multiplication and fact...

Interactive Notebook Activities for LCM/GCF