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Prime Numbers Lesson Plans & Resources - Chapter Summary
In these lessons, you'll find games, lesson plans and other resources you can use to teach your students about prime numbers. The lesson plans topics cover how to identify prime and composite numbers as well as prime factorization.
Our resource tools are written by professional instructors, ensuring the material provided here is up-to-date and geared for children. Feel free to use these lessons and resources to start engaging discussion groups in class, assign interesting homework assignments and refresh your classroom teaching.
How It Helps
- Technology-based learning: Use the video lessons to introduce your students to these topics in a new way
- Curriculum standards: Ensure the lessons and topics covered in class meet the appropriate educational standards
- Interactive learning: Be sure your students retain the information they learn by using these resources to create games and other interactive classroom learning tools
- Stress-free planning: Create homework, quizzes and discussion questions more easily with the help of these learning resources
How It Works
This helpful resource offers teachers lesson plan outlines with relevant tools to make planning prime number lessons easy.
- Find lesson plans for specific prime number topics you want to cover in class.
- Formulate your prime number class outline using the suggested classroom tools offered in the lesson plans.
- Share the related prime number lessons for each lesson plan with students in class to make learning fun and engaging.
- Use related lesson quizzes to ensure your students understand the most important prime number concepts from the lessons.
- Engage your students with relevant prime number-related activities, discussion questions or other materials found in the lesson plan outline.
1. Prime Numbers Lesson Plan
Use this lesson to teach your students about prime numbers. Students will read an informational text lesson, defining prime numbers and explaining how to identify them, as you guide their practice with engaging activities and discussions. Make learning stick with a fun game and quiz to test understanding.
2. Prime Numbers: Lesson for Kids
Have you ever wondered why some numbers can be divided up evenly and some numbers can't? In today's lesson we will learn why it's hard to divide prime numbers and how to identify them.
3. Prime Factorization Lesson Plan
Use this lesson plan to teach your students about prime factorization. Students will watch an engaging video lesson that defines terms and explains procedures before guiding students in practice. Ask multi-level questions, then have students apply concepts with a fun game.
4. What is Prime Factorization? - Definition & Examples
In this lesson, you will learn about prime numbers and how to find the prime factorization of a number. By the time we're done, you should be skilled at breaking down numbers into their smallest parts!
5. Prime & Composite Numbers Lesson Plan
Use this lesson plan to help you teach your students about prime and composite numbers. Students will watch an engaging video that defines terms and gives examples of each, work on guided practice, then apply concepts with a fun game.
6. Identifying Prime & Composite Numbers
In this video lesson, you will learn how to identify both prime and composite numbers. You will also learn what makes the numbers unique, as well as the characteristics of both these types of numbers.
7. Prime Factorization Activities & Games
Factoring composite numbers into their prime components is fun when students are given engaging activities and games to play. This lesson offers games to motivate your students to practice prime factorization.
8. Greatest Common Factor Activities
When students play they are more open to learning. This lesson offers interactive games and activities to help your students practice the concept of finding the greatest common factor for a given set of numbers.
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