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Prime and Composite using the Frayer Model

Prime and Composite using the Frayer Model

Description:

This objective is the determine the difference between prime and composite numbers.

Prime and composite numbers are a foundation for teaching fraction fundamentals. In order to add and subtract fractions students must understand factoring in particular prime factorization. This small tutorial can help students understand the difference.

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Tutorial

Frayer Model Card

This graphic organizer was used for identifying prime and composite numbers. It was used for science, however it can be used for any subject area.

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Prime an Composite introduction using the Frayer Model Graphic Organizer

This is an introduction into prime and composite numbers using a Frayer model Graphic organizer.

Source: By: Leandro Gonzales using Explain Everything app.