This Teach, Practise, Extend PowerPoint resource focuses on factors, prime numbers and prime factors and is linked to the Year 5 National Curriculum. In total there are a massive twelve slides:
Slides 1, 3, 6, 7, 8, 9 (teach) - Definition and examples of what a factor, prime number and prime factor is.
Slides 2, 4, 5, 10(practise) - Slide 2 - children have to find factor pairs of a range of numbers. Slide 4 - children need to colour all the prime numbers in the grid to reveal a message. Slide 5 has the answers. On slide 10 children need to find the prime factors of a range of numbers.
Slide 11 - 12 (extend) - Children need to apply their skills by find the highest common factors of different pairs of numbers.
The resource is colourfully designed and can clearly be seen from a distance making it ideal to display on the Interactive Whiteboard and providing you with a straightforward and highly effective teaching resource. Great for a lesson starter, revision or early morning activity. It is aimed at the Year 5 maths objective but can be used at any time during KS2.
The slides can be edited to suit the needs of your class but this resource, including the images must not be distributed to others without our permission.
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