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Factors, Multiples, Prime & Composite Math Center

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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Factors and multiples anchor chart, using this in my classroom tomorrow :) *Note: It's SUPER hard to teach this if they don't KNOW their multiplication facts.

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Another pinner says: Love doing this each year. My students have loved it for 7 years! I got it from a veteran teacher my first year. 4-fold foldable for factors and multiples, prime and composite numbers

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FREE Factor Sort-These activities will help students review factors of 9, 12, 18, 20, and 25 as they sort the cards (factors) onto the correct product mat. Also helps with the confusion between factors and multiples. A student recording sheet and answer key for self-checking are included.

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Factor and Multiple Flap Books - use to review factors and multiples. Place in math notebook if desired. $ Blog entry also lists online sites for exploring factors & multiples.

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This fast-paced game is a great way to for kids to explore with the concept of factors, allowing you to address the Common Core Math Standards within the Grade 4 cluster "Gain familiarity with factors and multiples." Students will quickly discover the difference between prime and composite numbers, as well as realize the fact that 1 is a factor of every number. This two-player game will require two-sided color tokens and a paper clip to use as a spinner. Resources include a recording sheet…

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