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Download Triangles here: Prime Factorization Math Packet1
Download Worksheets here: Prime Factorization Worksheets
My son is in 7th grade this year and working through Saxon Math 8/7 Pre-Algebra. He is currently working on Prime numbers and factoring and is having some trouble getting it to “click”. So I made this math packet to help give him some practice in a more hands-on way. This packet has factoring triangles in 3 different colors to use in building a factor tree. I made two worksheets to write out the factor trees created with the triangles. I printed mine back-to-back and then laminated it so he can use multiple times.
Copywork sheets are included to help remember the vocabulary terms and Prime Numbers. I will have him do these copywork sheets several times during our lesson on Prime Factorization and then a few more times later in the year as a review.
We do a lot of notebooking in our homeschool day and that includes math notebooking. I included a chart to complete and paste into your notebook or math journal that has a box for definitions and examples of each term used in factoring. In our notebook, we pasted the chart on one side and examples of factor trees on the other side. I also printed off a 100-count board from here and had him mark all the prime numbers from 1 – 100, then we pasted that in our notebook as well.
For our math memory work each week, I made vocabulary cards to paste onto index cards and file into our memory box rotation. Once I cut and paste the definitions, I have him draw an example of each one on the card. This gives him a visual tool for remembering the terms.
Prime Factorization Math Packet includes:
9 pages of yellow triangles
2 pages of red triangles
1 page of blue triangles
3 pages of blank triangles (for adding your own numbers)
2 worksheets for writing down the factor trees
1 copywork page
1 notebooking page
6 memory cards
For more practice on prime numbers and factoring:
Other great math resources:
Carrie is the owner & operator of Homeschool Giveaways. She has been homeschooling for over a decade and has successfully graduated her first homeschooler. She has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.
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