# Prime Factorization

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Doing wanted posters for numbers is a great way to have kids think about specific properties of particular numbers. The posters make a great display, too — and I am always looking for ideas …

Use these three pages of material to review or quiz your students on factors, multiples, prime, and composite numbers. Perfect as a simple assessment or to prepare for your own classroom for a factors and multiples quiz or test. Concepts Covered in this activity:Greatest Common FactorsLeast Common M...

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Activities for factors, multiples, and primes...there are lots of links to the freebie sites used for this project. With a little time and clicking, you get a lot for the time investment.

Prime and Composite Numbers Poster- This is a one-page poster that defines and shows the difference between prime and composite numbers. It also gives examples of each and explains that 0 and 1 are neither prime, nor composite. I have also used this as a handout for students. More MATH Resources:...

Make learning the divisibility rule EASY and enjoyable for your students. Perfect to use when you teach Prime Factorization. You can print the Divisibility Rule Chart/Bookmark on cardstock and laminate. Tape it to a desk, table, math journal or folder. You can also attach it to a ring with other val...

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 […]

So, we've started implementing the Common Core Curriculum this year and sometimes I feel like I have no idea what I am teaching (anybody else feel that way?) In my head, I'm going, "what is that again?" Well I had one of those moments last week as I was planning my math lesson on prime and composite numbers. Gosh, I hadn't really thought about those terms since high school. And they aren't in the students' math textbooks...so...I did a little research online and then I jumped into the…

Discover a wide variety of engaging activities when teaching fractions. Cooperative learning strategies are used with many of these activities.

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FREE FACTOR TREE WORKSHEETS~ Create your own free printables from easy to challenging.

Teachers can provide students with notes to reinforce skills taught in class such as factors, prime and composite numbers and multiples. Teachers can give all students a copy to assist with homework and studying. Teachers can also print notes in color, laminate and place them in centers to provide...

In this craftivity, students will create their own factor tree! They will use strips of paper to connect the branches of their tree, and write the prime factorization (factor string) at the bottom of their final product. This is such a colorful and fun activity! There is a sample of a complete one (...

This interactive Jeopardy style review game can be used to review factors, multiples, prime/composite, greatest common factor (GCF), and least common multiple (LCM). This is a perfect review for 5th or 6th grade students! I have used this game many times with my students, and they love it! The powe...

Your students already love them, why not use cootie catchers for a fun math review or center activity. This file includes twelve different cootie catchers for reviewing factors and multiples including 2 of each for: • prime and composite numbers• factors• greatest common factors• prime factorizati...

This partner game is a fun way to reinforce factorization skills previously taught. This game also reinforces the 4th grade Common Core standard- MCC4.OA.4- Find all factor pairs for a whole number in the range 1-100. Recognize that a whole number is a multiple of each of its factors. Determine w...