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A chart of prime numbers is a chart that lists numbers that are only divisible by one and itself. A prime number can be even or odd, but it must be a whole number. More »

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Carson-Dellosa Publishing and Neptune Toys offer prime number charts for the classroom. Both are number charts that go from 1 to 100. with the prime numbers highlighted. More »

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Teachers use prime and composite numbers charts to teach students to identify prime and composite numbers as they shade them with two different colors. A prime number is a number greater than one that has only two factor... More »

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Teachers use prime and composite numbers charts to teach students to identify prime and composite numbers as they shade them with two different colors. A prime number is a number greater than one that has only two factor... More »

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A number chart is a table of numbers used to train students to count numbers. Typically, a number chart starts with either 0 or 1 and counts up one whole number at a time. A common number to stop at is a multiple of 10 s... More »

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Equivalent decimals are decimal numbers that equal the same amount, such as 0.25 and 0.250. A decimal is equivalent to another decimal if they look the same except for the number of zeros at the very end of the number. More »

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