I created these prime numbers below 100 charts for my Algebra 1 students to glue in their interactive notebooks.

To help my students remember their prime numbers, I created a quarter sheet with each of the prime numbers below 100 for my students to glue in their notebooks. I have a few students repeating Algebra 1 for the second time. They asked me why I hadn’t given them something like this last year! I guess that means they found it useful!

A few years ago, I created a prime numbers banner poster that my students frequently reference.

## Free Download of Prime Numbers Below 100 Chart

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