This is a fun activity for the student to practice finding the prime factorization of numbers. The student is given 2 different question paths and 18 rectangles to cut out. The top of the rectangle has the answer to the prime factorization question and the bottom of the rectangle contains the next number to find the prime factorization of.
A lot of the questions use the same prime numbers in the answer to make the activity more difficult. All of the numbers in the questions are less than 150. Exponents are included in the answers as well. There are 8 extra rectangles that are not used at all. Small Greek letters are included in the corners of each rectangle for fast checking. Key included. Have fun!
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