Year 5, Multiplication and Division, Prime and Composite Numbers Maths Mastery PowerPoint

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  • Slide 4 number square is incorrect should read 96, 97, 98 instead it reads as 96, 67, 98. Rather a basic to get right.

    , Dec 12th
    • Good evening cookmandy,
      Thank you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll get this updated right away!

      , Dec 12th
    • Hi there cookmandy,
      We have now fixed this mistake and emailed you the corrected resource - I hope you find it useful! It will also be updated on the website very soon.

      , Dec 13th
  • Great for introducing the topic of rimes continuing on from factors.
    Thanks

    , Sep 25th
  • please can you do year 4 and year 3 mastery like this please. needed. :)

    , Jun 30th
Year 5, Multiplication and Division, Prime and Composite Numbers Maths Mastery PowerPoint

Year 5, Multiplication and Division, Prime and Composite Numbers Maths Mastery PowerPoint - This PowerPoint provides a range of maths mastery activities based around the Year 5 objective concerning prime and composite numbers.

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  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Maths » Keystage 2 » Year 5 » Number - Multiplication and Division » Establish whether a number up to 100 is prime and recall prime numbers up to 19
  • Homepage » 2014 National Curriculum Resources » Maths » Keystage 2 » Year 5 » Number - Multiplication and Division » Know and use the vocabulary of prime numbers, prime factors and composite numbers
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    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Dec 13th
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