Identifying Composite and Prime Numbers
Students learn about composite and prime numbers!
This fold-up gives the definitions for both Composite and Prime Numbers. It also includes an example of each. The fold-up is a half sheet two-flap resource that would fit well in a math journal or stand alone.

A second inside page option is also included. This inside has a definition for both prime and composite numbers that does not use the word divide but factor instead. I have chosen to include this second option, not because the first set of definitions was incorrect, but because some teachers may prefer using the word 'factor' instead of divide.

Also, included is a double-sided worksheet that requires students to list factors for a given number and then check if the number is composite or prime. An answer key is also included.
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Created: Aug 30, 2015

Updated: Feb 22, 2018


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