# Interactive presentation plan for: Prime and composite numbers

#### Activity overview:

10 slides

Learning Targets

On Grade level: I can determine if a given number is a prime or composite number.

Above Grade Level: I can explain the difference between a prime and a composite number using attributes.

List all of the factors for the number 8.

List all of the factors for the number 20.

List all of the factors for the number 37.

How is a prime number different from a composite number?

Are all even numbers composite? Explain.

Find the prime number from the list below. Explain how you can tell which one is prime.

465

600

822

743

Group Practice

Reflection

1. Are there any numbers that are neither prime nor composite? Explain.
2. How do you feel about today's lesson?

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