Factors and Multiples | Factoring Worksheets
This batch of free, printable factors and multiples worksheets is geared toward acquainting children with how to find the factors and multiples of a pair of numbers, and how they are related to each other. These factoring worksheets enable kids to tell apart prime and composite numbers, and gain knowledge of prime factorization, a concept used to find the least common multiple (LCM) and the greatest common factor (GCF) of a set of numbers.
These factor worksheet pdfs are meticulously designed to benefit students of grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, and grade 6.
CCSS: 4.OA, 6.NS
Use these finding factors worksheets pdf to familiarize children of 3rd grade and 4th grade with the term ‘factor’, and help them list all factors of the indicated numbers.
Encourage budding math wizards to write down all the possible factors of the given two-digit numbers in these moderate-level worksheets on finding factors.
Watch kids take on the challenge in these printable factoring worksheets, and tackle two-digit and three-digit numbers whose factors they must list out.
These factoring worksheets that present whole numbers with one of the factors in a factor pair, call for writing down the missing factors and all the other factors of the number.
Amp up practice with these moderate-level missing factors worksheets, where students complete the given factor pairs and then list out all the factors of the number.
Make use of these exercises on completing the factor tree by finding the missing factors, to help children of grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5 warm up to prime factorization.Explore the Worksheets ≫
Bolster skills in factorizing a whole number into prime factors with this set of free, printable factoring worksheets for students in grade 5 and grade 6.Explore the Worksheets ≫
Put middle school math lovers’ factoring skills to the test in these printable factors worksheets, as they choose the factors of a number from the given options.
These factoring worksheet pdfs feature a quiz with a twist, where kids choose the correct answer to questions that involve more than one number or factor.
Allow 5th grade and 6th grade students unconditional access to this basic practice set to work out the least common multiple of the indicated numbers.Explore the Worksheets ≫
Elevate your skills in prime factorization with our GCF worksheet pdfs that provide rich practice in finding the highest common factor of two numbers.Explore the Worksheets ≫