Prime Number Practice Game 4th Grade
Prime And Composite Numbers Game | Are you trying to understand what is a prime number and a compsoite number ? Right ! Then here is a game for you. Prime numbers are whole numbers greater than 1, that have only two factors – 1 and the number itself. Prime numbers are divisible only by the number 1 or itself. Composite numbers can be defined as the whole numbers that have more than two factors. Whole numbers that are not prime are composite because they are divisible by more than two numbers.
How To Play Prime and Composite Number Game.
The basic concept of this game is to provide a better understanding of prime numbers and composite numbers. Example: Is 47 a composite number? No, it’s a prime number as it has only two factors, 1 and itself. The visual theme of the game is balloon pop game which is eye-catching. On the home screen of the game, press “Play Now” to start the game. “How To Play” provides a set of basic instructions to understand the concept of the game. “More Games refers to other games available on the website. At the start, a question appears on the top middle screen of the game. It offers ample time to read the question carefully.
Balloons will start surfacing on the screen with one possible answer written on each balloon. The right answer will take you to next level with a point but if you answer it wrong, it will end the game but you can restart instantly. You can control the music from the top right corner of the game screen. To go back, click on the doted points on the top right corner of the game screen. If you find it interesting, you can browse other sections of the game to improve your mental math and skills. Kindly check out other math resources Here.