Composite and Prime Numbers up to 20
Students will learn definitions and examples of factors, multiples, prime numbers, and composite numbers. After they have reviewed the vocabulary terms they will go through the numbers 2 to 20 and tell which ones are composite and prime numbers. At the end of this review children should be able to explain how they know that a number is composite. For example, 15 is a composite because it is a multiple of 3 and 5.
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