￼This activity is full of computation practice. The students create factor trees to find the prime factorization of a number. I have included my infographic on Prime Factorization. which can be blown up into a poster.
Then the students represent the prime factorization as a factor string and in exponential notation to help show the various ways to represent the Prime Factorization.
I have included my infographic on Prime Factorization.
* the original full color version
* the grayscale version (for easy duplication in a copier for your students)
The Pack includes 10 practice worksheets and answer keys.
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