# Greatest Common Factor Worksheets

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Our free, printable greatest common factor worksheets walk children through the concept step by step, kicking into gear from spotting the common factors and pressing on through factoring the numbers, visualizing the factors using Venn diagrams, and employing the division method to determine the GCF of two and three numbers.

Our pdf GCF worksheets are suitable for students in grade 5, grade 6, and grade 7.

CCSS: 6.NS

Finding GCF by Listing Common Factors - Easy

The highest common factor or the greatest common divisor is the greatest number that divides the two whole numbers. Prep up finding them with this bundle of easy greatest common factor pdf worksheets.

Finding GCF by Listing Common Factors - Moderate

Engrossing and moderately challenging, this set of printable worksheets goes the extra mile in preparing the 5th grade and 6th grade children to determine the greatest common factor.

Finding GCF by Listing Common Factors - Difficult

Figure out the GCF of 2-digit and 3-digit numbers by listing the common factors. Discover the GCF of numbers involving bigger factors this time.

These GCF worksheets feature carefully chosen pairs of whole numbers whose greatest common factors have to be figured out. Make factor trees for the pairs, and identify the common prime factors to arrive at their GCFs.

Explore the Worksheets ≫How do you find out the GCD of three numbers? It doesn't really matter if you have 2 or 3 numbers. All you need to do is bring the factoring or division method into play and breeze through these pdfs.

Explore the Worksheets ≫Featuring Venn Diagrams, these GCF pdfs require students to list the factors of each number in the individual circles, and write down the common factors in the intersection part. The greatest among the common factors is the GCF.

Explore the Worksheets ≫Yet another intuitive approach to conceiving the concept! Grab our printable greatest common factor worksheets, work out the GCF, and rewrite each expression as the product of the GCF and a sum using the distributive property.

Keen to explore the real-world application of GCF? Here comes our exhilarating bundle of word problems that require the 6th grade and 7th grade students to decide whether it's GCF or LCM that would solve them.

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