Prime numbers between 20 and 30 in Hindi | Mathematics By KCLAcademy
Prime numbers between 20 and 30 in Hindi | Mathematics By KCLAcademy

Fall Prime and Composite Numbers CCSS 4.OA.4 TEKS 5.4A Digital Boom Cards


In this No Prep Fall Math Activity using Boom Cards, students will Review & Practice Learning Prime Numbers for Numbers Less Than 100 on the Hundreds Chart. Each Card requires Students to . The Goal is for Students to Begin Recognizing Patterns on the Hundreds Chart that will Help them Identify Prime Numbers Less Than 100.

Common Core Standards – 4.OA.B.4

VA SOL – 5.3a

TEKS – 5.4A

  • 4th Grade
  • 5th Grade
  • 6th Grade

The First 44 Slides are in sets of 2.

The First Slide in Set has the , and on the Second Slide in Set Prime Numbers are NOT shaded. The 2 Slides have the Encouraging Students to try and Remember the Patterns for Prime Numbers on the Hundreds Chart.

For Example:

  • Slide 1 – Prime Numbers Shaded – Questions – “Select the Prime Numbers Between 10 & 20.” Students Click the Shaded Prime Numbers Between 10 -20.
  • Slide 2 Prime Numbers NOT Shaded – Same Question – “Select the Prime Numbers Between 10 & 20.”
  • The Goal is for Students to Remember the Pattern for Prime Numbers Shaded on the Hundreds Chart
  • NOTE: For Students Needing Additional Support, Provide Printed Copy of Shaded Chart OR Provide the Divisibility Rules
  • Students LOVE this Challenge of Remembering the Prime Numbers from the Previous Slide. They Love competing to see who remembers all of the Prime Numbers.
  • Prime Numbers with Specified Digit in the Ones Column
  • Even Prime Numbers
  • Odd Prime Numbers
  • Prime Numbers Greater Than and Less Than 50
  • Prime Numbers Between Sets Of Ten (Select Prime Numbers Between 20 – 30)
  • Identify “the Number” of Prime Numbers:

Between Sets of Ten (How Many Prime Numbers are Between 10 & 20)

Less Than 100

Odd (How Many Prime Numbers are Odd)

Even * Multiples of 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, & 10

(How Many Prime Numbers are Multiples of 3)

  • And More…
  • Identify Prime and Composite Numbers
  • Identify Patterns on Hundreds Chart for Prime Numbers Less Than 100
  • Questions Reinforce Math Vocabulary – Multiples, Columns, Rows, Even, Odd, Place Value, Digit, Prime, Composite
  • Review and Practice – Prime and Composite Numbers
  • Whole Class Game
  • Boom Cards are NO Prep, Self-Checking, and Perfect for Math Centers
  • Small Group Instruction
  • Playing on Computer Or with an App on a Tablet
  • Test Prep
  • Math Centers
  • Math Intervention
  • Homework
  • Independent Practice
  • 75 Digital Distance Learning Task Cards for Practice, Review, or Test Prep
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  • No Prep
  • Self – Checking
  • Self – Correcting
  • Paperless
  • Play on Computer Or with an App on a Tablet
  • Use As A Class Game – Display Slide 1 with Shaded Prime Numbers – Give students time to Memorize – Go to Slide 2 and See if they Remember the Prime Numbers
  • Center
  • Homework
  • Test Prep
  • Review
  • Small Group Intervention

Additional Resources:

  • Prime and Composite Numbers Distance Learning Resource Fall BOOM CARDS No Prep
  • Prime and Composite Distance Learning Resource BOOM CARDS No Prep
  • Prime & Composite Numbers Winter Review Digital Resource BOOM CARDS


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