I am a sucker for good card games! During our summer vacations, when the family gets all together, many late night hours are spent playing a variety card games. With that in mind I was inspired to make a fun card game for my class that would engage them as they review Prime Numbers.
Prime Number Monster Slap It is a great way to ensure your students know the rules of divisibility and can determine which numbers are prime. There are 96 number cards: 25 are prime numbers (1-100) and 70 are composite. I included a number 1 card because it's important for the kids to remember the monster fact that, 1 is neither prime nor composite. Another monster activity that is included is a Prime Number Hunt. The students work their way around the 100s chart and come up with all of the prime numbers. Not only is this a fun activity, but the students can use it as reference paper in their interactive math notebooks or struggling learners can use the chart while playing the game!
I know my new class of little monsters are going to go wild over this game! Be sure to check it out, add it to your wish list of grab it now on sale at my TpT Store!