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In this number theory unit, 4th, 5th and 6th grade students will practice divisibility rules, greatest common factor, least common multiple, prime and composite numbers and prime factorization. These no prep worksheets work well for a math review or test prep. Students may also complete them during

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Also included in: Number Theory, GCF and LCM, Divisibility Rules, Prime Factorization BUNDLE

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This product includes 2 prime factorization worksheets, each with an answer key and an extra sheet for student's work (which could be given out separately or copied on to the back.
Your students will practice finding the prime factors for a given number as well as multiplying prime numbers to reac

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Also included in: Whole Numbers and Decimals Unit Bundle for 6th Grade Math

Pg 1 - Find the prime factorization for each number.
Pg 2 - Find the factors by filling in the missing numbers.
Pg 3 - Use the word bank at the bottom of the page to fill-in-the blank for the following definitions. Give an example of each of the numbers. Also, Create a factor tree and write the l

This is a set of 3 Prime Factorization worksheets.Worksheet 1: Fill in the blank format.Worksheet 2-3: Standard worksheetsWorksheets are copyright material and are intended for use in the classroom only. Purchased worksheets may NOT be posted on the internet, including but not limited to teacher

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This worksheet asks prime factorization questions in a variety of formats. There is a video which explains how to solve each problem on this worksheet. This video can be downloaded from iTunes. Search for MathDad and download for free or watch it from my site at Mathdad.com.

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I use this with my students when they are learning about prime factorization. You can use it as homework, classwork, pre-assessment, or pop question to review.

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This worksheet includes an instructional example of how to find prime factors, how to find the product of prime factors, and simplifying to include exponents. There is a quiz attached. Both include answer keys.

Prime Factorization Worksheet

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Prime factorization and prime factorization with exponents

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Prime Factorization / Factor Trees Practice:
This set of 4 differentiated worksheets offers a fun way for your students to practice prime factorization.
If they shade/color all the prime factors correctly, a "GridWord" is revealed. Have your students act it out (clap, hop, etc.) or record it for

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This packet focuses on factoring. There are 6 different games to play with factors. Students match numbers to factor trees, prime factorization expressions, and prime factorization with exponents. It contains a recording sheet and a foldable. There are also definition posters that can

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Prime Factorization Matching Center, Common Core Aligned: 6.NS.4 & 6.EE.1
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18 Prime Factorization Matching Cards (Black and white and full color versions) Recording Worksheet
Print the 18 sets of cards. Print on cardstock and laminate to create a sturdy, reusable cent

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Prime Factorization Task Card - Footloose Activity (and extra practice):
This Prime Factorization Footloose is a fantastic way to get students moving while they are reviewing concepts. Students enjoy the activity; teachers enjoy the high level of student engagement and the quick/easy preparation th

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Also included in: Math Task Cards, Grades 4-5 | Footloose Math Game Bundle

This packet includes five pages with space provided for students to break composite numbers into prime factors. The answer key shows all answers in exponential notation. One of the pages requires students to fill in the blanks of an incomplete factor tree.
This work is licensed under a Creative C

There are many uses for task cards!! I use them as a station in my Math Workshop, but they can be used as a Scoot game or individually!
The students will practice using factor trees to find the prime factorization of numbers and they will multiply factors to write numbers in standard form.
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This math exploration focuses on Factors and Prime Factorization.
The higher level thinking of this exploration focuses on using prime factorization to manipulate prime factors to come up with all of the factors of a given number. Through group discussion and independent perseverance, students dev

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Two different visuals...you choose!
This packet explains two methods for prime factorization--The ‘tree method’ works from the top down and focuses on factors. The ‘birthday cake method’ works from the bottom up and focuses on division.
The tree method is most widely taught and used. It is the w

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Review prime factorization and prime & composite numbers with this set of task cards, study guide, and worksheets!
** Please note that this resource is also included in my Number Theory Bundle! **
This set includes:
- 20 task cards covering prime & composite numbers and prime factorization

Also included in: Number Theory Bundle - Divisibility, Prime Factorization, GCF & LCM

For this assignment, the directions read: "For each number shown in the first section below, find its prime factorization in the second section, then the prime factorization in exponential form in the third section. Color each matching set of 3 the same color. Use the back of this paper and extra

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These guided notes on prime factorization focus on an important concept that students sometimes struggle to master. This lesson includes the factor tree method and the ladder method, an exit ticket, prime factorization homework and a quick write that will help students better understand this essenti

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This twelve-question practice sheet covers prime and composite numbers, factors, common factors, and greatest common factor. Useful as guided practice, independent practice, homework, or assessment! The problems in the left-hand column mirror those in the right-hand column, so you could use one si

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This is a set of 7 worksheets designed to be used as a step by step lesson in finding the prime factorization of a number, and then using that procedure to find the GCF and LCM of two numbers. The worksheets are in guided note format and include guided examples for each step. There is also a quiz

In this activity, students will practice Divisibility Rules while solving for Mystery Numbers and applying higher order thinking to answer several thought provoking questions. Once they have mastered division, they will apply the skills to several Prime Factorization problems. An answer key is prov

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*** 2017 Update: Easier fonts for legibility!
This 55-page product is designed to teach, practice, review, and assess students’ knowledge of prime and composite numbers. Besides lots of activities on prime and composite numbers, it also integrates divisibility rules, factoring, and prime fact

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