Is It Prime? Math Game A game to use while learning about prime and composite numbers 1-100... I teach 4th grade, but could be used to differentiate for students in grades 3-8... Just grab dice and you'll have everything you need... Chevron title frame from 3AM teacher...
Christopher decides to have the chapters in his book going up in prime numbers "Chapters in books are usually given the cardinal numbers and so on. But I have decided to give my chapters prime numbers and so on because I like prime numbers"
Prime and Composite Numbers: Introduction to Factoring 1-100
Multiplication Match Up Intro to factors and prime & composite numbers 4.OA4 from Robin's Resources on TeachersNotebook.com (39 pages) - This set helps students see the connection between multiplication facts, factors, and whether a number is prime or composite. All facts for numbers 1-100 are included as well as header cards with numbers 1-100 for sorting. I expect to use this as a cent
Ninja Chicken - Tiny Chicken learns Prime Numbers provides an engaging and addictive interface to help children identify prime and composite numbers. The player is required to slash the composite numbers - but leave the prime numbers alone. The game covers prime numbers from 1-100. This app has a narrow focus, but provides engaging practice for recognizing prime and composite numbers.
100 - no, wait, 120!! Multi-step riddles for all of the numbers on the 120 chart. A great tool for daily spiraled review, or incorporate it into your 100th Day celebrations! https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/First-Second-Grade-Math-120-Riddle-Cards-for-the-120-Chart-191803
Factors and Multiples from 1 to 100 (Bundled Unit)
As a matter of Factor, this is a very fun and comprehensive lesson bundle that completely covers the 4th grade CCSS for Gaining Familiarity with Factors and Multiples from 1 to 100 (and prime and composite numbers). This lesson is optimal for reinforcing multiplication and division facts.
Prime and Composite Numbers Boom Cards
Your students will practice identifying factors of numbers 1-100 in a variety of ways. They will also practice identifying prime and composite numbers. Digital Boom Cards are a great way to get your students engaged and excited about learning! Be sure to download my preview for an interactive sample of this set of Boom Cards!
Prime Number: a natural number greater than 1 that has no positive divisors other than 1 and itself; Composite number: a natural number that is greater than 1 that is not a prime number; it has at least one positive divisor other than one or itself