Drawing Prime Factor Tree Worksheets

Jump on the bandwagon with our free drawing prime factor tree worksheets and be sure of success in writing down which prime numbers multiply together to make the original number. Each pdf, containing all the prime factors of the given number, serves up an excellent means of quick learning. For instance, the number 30 can be broken down to 5 and 6. Since 5 is a prime number, circle 5. Divide 6 further down to 2 and 3, circle the last two factors, and we’re done! The "Easy" worksheets contain numbers up to 50, and the "Moderate" worksheets contain numbers up to 100. In case a number trips you up, utilize the included answer key for a hint.

Our printable factor trees worksheets are best suited for 4th grade and 5th grade learners.

CCSS: 4.OA

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Drawing Prime Factor Tree
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