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# Prime and Composite Numbers Worksheets

Prime and composite numbers worksheets have a variety pdf exercises to understand recognize prime and composite numbers. Also amusing display charts which list the prime and composite numbers from 1 to 100 and extremely engaging activities like coloring, cutting, pasting and mazes are here for your children in grade 4 through grade 7. Free sample worksheets are included.

The first two printable charts given below show the prime and composite numbers from 1-100. The third one has both prime and composite numbers listed till 100. Ideal for 4th grade and 5th grade children.

Identifying and Coloring Prime and Composite Numbers

Enhance prime and composite number recognition skills by having kids identify and color prime numbers in the first exercise, composite numbers in the second, and assess their skills in the third, where they color both prime and composite numbers according to the given color code.

An enjoyable Christmas theme is given here in these worksheets. Color all the prime stars yellow and the composite stars green. These pdf worksheets are tailor-made for children of grade 4 and grade 5.

Write Prime or Composite: Themed

Colorful snails, tortoises and crabs carry a prime or a composite number on it. Write whether the number on each of them is prime or composite.

Write Prime or Composite: Standard

Each printable worksheet has 18 standard questions for practice of 6th grade and 7th grade students. For the given numbers, recognize if they are prime or composite.

Identifying Prime / Composite Numbers

Section A and B have a list of numbers given. Circle all the prime numbers in section A and composite numbers in section B. MCQs in section C.

Carefully cut out the fishes and glue them on the prime and composite fish pots. Try out this activity and rejuvenate the little kittens who are expecting the fishes.

Identifying Prime or Composite

Each pdf worksheet has 10 questions. List out the factors of the given number and also write if the numbers are prime or composite.

Boost your mind! Try these interesting mazes on three distinctive themes. Find the path from top to bottom by coloring all the prime numbers with exactly two factors.

Figure out the composite numbers: the numbers that have more than two factors; color them all and help the animated characters find their way out of the maze.

These printable prime and composite number worksheets have MCQs to find the odd prime, even prime, odd composite and even composite numbers. Recommended for grade 5 through grade 7 students.

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