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Factors Multiples Prime and Composite Numbers Task Cards 4th Grade Math Centers
Are you a 4th grade teacher looking for factors and multiples activities for your kids? These math task cards are great for teaching and reviewing prime and composite numbers, missing factors, factor pairs, and multiples of a given number. Your kids can use them in math centers, to play math games, for early finishers, as morning work and so much more.
4th Grade Math Review Morning Work Spiral Review ONE WEEK FREE
Save time with this spiral math review for fourth grade! It includes factors, multiples, patterns, decimals, fractions, measurement, angles, data, & so much more! Great for 4th grade homework, test prep, morning work, and learning stations.
Still Having Fun with Factors (and a number freebie)
Still Having Fun with FactorsOK - so this is how we used these numbers today. We started off by reviewing factors, prime factorization, and multiples on the SMARTboard. I set up a page with dice and a chart. We rolled a two-digit number and as a whole class, came up with the factors, prime factors and multiples.
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Fun with factors: why the number 12 is King. Introduce the concept of factors with this colorful image. It could be said that 13 is masquerading as the most important number because it's the largest. But since it has only 2 factors (1 and 13) it's not nearly as rich or important as the others. Use this image to teach factors in the first grade (along with grouped objects like apples, oranges, etc.), then bring back the image in the 4th grade to teach more complex factors as well as fractions
Factors Multiples Prime and Composite Numbers Activity
FREE: Factors Multiples Prime and Composite Number QUIZ via Teaching With a Mountain View. 3 page quiz plus ANSWER KEY on Factors and Multiples and Prime and Composite Numbers. Includes Greatest Common Factors, Least Common Multiples, and Prime Factorization. * Free Elementary Worksheet Printables *
Factors and Multiples from 1 to 100 (Bundled Unit)
As a matter of Factor, this is a very fun, comprehensive lesson bundle that completely covers the 4th grade CCSS for Gaining Familiarity with Factors and Multiples from 1 to 100 – 4.OA.B.4 (and prime and composite numbers). This lesson is optimal for reinforcing multiplication and division facts. Mike's Math Mall - $