The Prime Factorization Maze Activity is a fun and engaging activity for students to practice calculating products from given prime factorizations. Students begin with the problem located at the START. The answer they calculate will determine which path they take to reach the FINISH. Students can an
Prime Factorization Maze is a digital and printable activity that can be used to practice or review this topic. Students will practice identifying what number goes with a prime factorization and practice finding the prime factorization of a number. This maze is great for bell work, practice, cyclica
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with prime factorization as well as a short review of prime and composite numbers. Most of my Escape Rooms can be used for distance learning, this one; however, is not recommended for distance learning. I have recently opened
This is a collection of 24 mazes that cover 8 topics. These are great to use at the end of 6th grade to review or the beginning of 7th grade to refresh students' memory. Each maze includes a printable version as well as a DIGITAL version in Google Slides.Topics included:-Mean, Median, Mode, and Ra
Students never get enough practice factoring, but now they can! Students will need to factor at least 20 problems just to solve the maze, but most students will end up solving all 50! The Factor Maze has 3 Mazes: Easy (x^2 + bx + c), Medium (ax^2 + bx + c), and Hard (which includes Greatest Common F
Students never get enough practice factoring, but now they can! Students will need to factor many problems just to solve the maze, The Factor Maze has 2 Mazes: (ax^2 + bx + c), and Rational Expression Maze 1) Factoring Maze: Start at the top left hand corner, and solve the maze by factoring every
Resources to teach finding factors and multiples, understanding prime, composite, and square numbers, and prime factorization with two methods. Included in this bundle are notes, foldables, practice, games, exit slips/quizzes, and a craft. Click on the titles if you are interested in just one part o
The Perfect Squares Maze Activity is a great addition to lessons on a variety of topics and grade levels. It is a good lead into teaching simplifying radicals and prime factorization. Try using this as an individual or partner activity as bellwork, reinforcement, or remediation.
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Product DescriptionDivisibility Rules – Sorts, Mazes, Posters & a Test Bundle! This resource will help your students strengthen their mathematical fluency and gain a greater understanding of number theory!Familiarity with these divisibility rules will then carry over when your students work on c
Students never get enough practice factoring, but now they can! Students will need to factor at least 8 problems just to solve the maze, but most students will end up solving all 20! The Factor Maze has 3 Mazes: Easy (x^2 + bx + c), Medium (ax^2 + bx + c), and Hard (which includes Greatest Common Fa
The activity provides support to help students identify and memorize prime numbers by helping the rabbit get to its carrots. Activity has been experimented in multiple classes and students get engage and enjoy completing it. This activity was very supportive to help students create prime factorizati
This document has a list of 20 numbers that can be used to practice prime factorization. There is also a list of answers. I use these numbers during a sidewalk chalk activity with the kids. They use giant, colorful chalk to make factor trees with the numbers, and then write down their answers on the
This maze activity is a great way for your students to practice simplifying radical expressions. It includes multiplying radical expressions, dividing rational expressions, rationalizing the denominator, and finding the prime factorization of numbers. There is a wide variety of difficulty levels inc
This MAZE can be used to review a number of topics: factorization, Simplification of algebraic expressions, Expanding brackets and changing the subject of a formula.
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Ideal for cooperative groups, individually or peer to peer.
GCF, LCM, and Prime Factorization Activity Bundle is a set of nine activities for students to practice this skill. It includes a digital escape, digital and printable mazes, riddles, task cards, knockout game, a coloring activity, and bingo.Students will practice finding the greatest common factor,
FACTORS AND MULTIPLES homework practice, guided notes, maze, coloring activity, riddleThis UNIT RESOURCE BUNDLE include 3 homework practice, 3 guided notes, 1 maze, 1 coloring activity, 1 riddle (over 80 skills practice and real-world word problems). The resources in this bundle are perfect for wa
Students simplify radicals to help them find their way out of a maze!
This worksheet focuses on: Prime factorization of a number and simplifying square roots.
This worksheet can be used in a variety of ways including for homework, review or just additional practice.
This foldable fits perfectly into an interactive math journal. It provides step by step instructions on how to find a prime factorization, multiply radical expressions, divide rational expressions, and rationalize the denominator. The foldable also includes two examples for each category, one numeri
An massive collection of over sixty Algebra 1 worksheets covering a wide range of Algebra and Prealgebra content. These activities are comprised of riddles, puzzles, picture graphs, and mazes that help students identify errors and verify answers as they are working them out. Many holiday-themed it
Math Activities Packet 3 includes 12 various math activities for your classroom. These math worksheets and task cards are perfect for distance learning, your math stations, early finishers, or whole class review.Paper Version OnlyWhat's included: 1) A-Maze-ing Math: Prime Factorization*plain version
This is a bundled product! It includes all of the material listed out in the radical bundle, evaluating bundle, and translating bundle. In addition it includes some bonus material: a unit assessment and a mixed SOL practice. In total this product includes
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Activity for Prime factorization in the real world! Studies show that introducing real world connections in math classes can enhance students’ experiences and promote conceptual understanding. This includes projects for prime factorization. The majority of today’s students are exposed to the Interne