Blog Archive

This post contains links to products on Amazon. If you purchase items through these links, I receive a small percentage of every sale.

Prime Numbers Printable Pack (12 Days of FREE Christmas Printables)

 I am a HUGE fan of the 12 Days of Christmas. I love that they start on Christmas Day and carry into the New Year. They're a great reminder for me to slow down and enjoy the holiday season.  

It's also the perfect time to show love and appreciation to my readers by giving you all some new FREE printables.  This is so much easier as I'm not spending all my time preparing for my family Christmas celebration.

So today I'd like to kick off 12 Days of FREE Christmas Printables with a fantastic resource for teaching prime numbers!

12 Days of FREE Christmas Printables Day 1: Prime Numbers Printable Pack

As I was creating the Ultimate Fraction Bundle, I realized that my kiddos could really benefit from more practice with prime numbers.  The memorization of prime numbers makes reducing fractions so much easier.  

When I started looking around for prime number resources, I realized there were very few out there.  My kiddos usually need a lot of reinforcing and review, so I decided to create a printable pack to help them.

FREE Montessori-inspired Prime Numers Prinable Pack

The FREE Montessori-inspired Prime Numbers Printable Pack includes four activities that can help kids learn and memorize prime numbers.

The first resource is a set of prime number nomenclature cards.  Prime numbers are in red to distinguish from composite numbers.  

Students can use these cards the traditional Montessori way or as a memory game. I will be laminating them and putting them together with a ring for control purposes.

Second in the printable pack is a set of clip cards.  My kiddos will decide if each card number is a prime or composite number and mark the correct side of the card using a glass bead.

Third in the printable pack is a fill in the dot activity.  Kids use a stamp, glass bead, or other manipulative to mark the circle below the prime number.  

Fourth is a hundred board activity where students mark the prime numbers or fill in the blanks depending on which template you choose to use.

It's my hope that through using these activities my kiddos will be able to feel more confident with their prime numbers and more quickly progress through the Ultimate Fractions Bundle.

FREE Montessori-inspired Prime Numbers Printable Pack

The FREE Montessori-inspired Prime Numbers Printable Pack is a Subscriber's Ony Freebie.  If you would like your own copy, be sure to follow the directions below.

Directions on How to Obtain Subscriber Only Freebies

1. Click on the Subscriber's link at the bottom of this post.

2. Subscribe to our free newsletter.

3. Open the thank you message you receive after subscribing. (Be sure to check your spam folder, as sometimes it ends up there.)

4. Click the confirmation link in the thank you message.

5. Once the confirmation is complete, you will receive another message with the Subscriber Only Freebies Link and Password.

6. Click on link and type in password. (The password is cap sensitive.)

7. Find the printable pack you are looking for listed in alphabetical order, click on it, and viola!

We hope you enjoy your free printable.

Note: If you are already a newsletter subscriber, open your most recent newsletter. At the bottom you will find a link to the Subscriber Only Freebies page, along with the password in case you forgot it.

If you enjoyed this post, you may also enjoy the posts below.
FREE Fraction Reduction Chart FREE Improper Fraction to Mixed Number Visual Ultimate Fraction Bundle

Prime Numbers Printable Pack (12 Days of FREE Christmas Printables)

No comments:

Post a Comment