Twenty-four Christmas trees with a different number on each star at the top and enough room below it for students to find the prime factorization using a factor tree. There is a gift below each tree that students can write their answer on using exponents.
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Updates for 2018 with a 4th color and a whole page of blank ornaments. I've tried to write out teacher directions including 3 levels of trees to fit the needs of your students. A basic factor tree, a list of expressions, and prime factorization. There are more pages and print options than what opens
This is a SMARTboard .notebook file containing a lesson on Prime Factors. Students should have some knowledge of factors. The objective is to have students demonstrating their knowledge of prime factorization by creating a prime factor Christmas Trees. The file includes an 8 page .notebook file wi
Students will have fun building a Prime Factorization booklet containing practice problems of their choosing. While students complete the booklet, the teacher has lots of time to remediate and/or enrich. Students will then create a final product.... a Christmas tree! The math portion of this mini-pr
Celebrate this time of year with Christmas factor trees and a fun, festive song to go along! Students will apply their knowledge of prime and composite numbers along with prime factorization as they create these factor trees.This document includes the following:Printable Christmas trees and ornamen
I don’t know about you, but I love crafts! However, I want the crafts to be meaningful. I don’t want to waste precious class time on something that isn’t benefitting my students!
Use these factor Christmas trees to review/assess your students’ knowledge of factors. Each sheet has the exact number o
Content meets creativity with this Christmas math project! This activity requires students to review prime and composite skills (prime factorization is an added option). They will be in awe as they watch their creation take 'shape' into a 3D Christmas tree. Display the finished products by hanging t
Holiday fun and prime factoring combined into a great holiday activity for middle school students! Students use the Christmas tree template and the ornaments to complete a prime factorization tree. This activity is perfect for the last few days before holiday break when you need something easy to
Do you want to have holiday fun but still get the math learning in? This Christmas tree craft has students practice with factor pairs (multiplication), factors, multiples or prime factorization. This Christmas fractions craft is great to display on the bulletin board. There's an optional activity fo
Students will enjoy this prime factorization review as they try their hand at BINGO after they solve each factorization card read by the teacher. Teachers can even ask students to select one box at the end of the activity and have them create a Christmas factor tree! Happy Holidays!
Students will tie in 25 prime numbers 1-100 to christmas being on the 25th. Each prime number will be written on a christmas ordainment. They will glue the top of the page to their notebook page and write notes underneath it over prime factorization.
This set includes 20 unique tree worksheets. No PREP required.
Each worksheet contains a partially filled in factor tree. These can be used as an exit ticket or reinforcement to prime factorization. These also make a beautiful bulletin board for the holidays.
Each worksheet could also be used a
Create a unique winter display with this awesome factor tree craftivity.
Use the provided study guide to teach your students prime factorization, and then have them apply their knowledge by making a fun factor tree craftivity.
Display idea: After students all make an individual tree, you can use t
This Christmas Math set includes lessons on rounding decimals, comparing and ordering fractions, decimals, and percents, logic puzzles, and adding and multiplying decimals, and is perfect for reviewing and reinforcing math skills with fun holiday themed activities. This set requires no prep. Just Pr
Christmas Math and Holiday Math Activity Pages for 6th grade students! Use for math centers, small groups, or individual work.
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This product allows your students to practice prime factorization with a fun holiday theme! There are 2 slides for students to work on by matching the correct pieces of the trees. Both slides have students match the correct number to the prime factorization. Slide B is more advanced than slide A. (1
This Prime Factorization Holiday Tree Craft is a festive craft to add to your classroom or hallway. Each tree has a composite number at the top. Your students simply break the number into prime factors and then decorate the tree. I have the students cut out the tree and glue it to a piece of 9" x
Get your students working with prime factorization with this fun Christmas tree craftivity. There are 6 different numbers for which students need to find the prime factors. This activity should be completed AFTER students have had a lesson on prime factorization. If your students are unfamiliar w
A fun way to practice prime factorization using "factor Christmas trees"! Students click and drag ornaments onto the Christmas tree and type in the factors of the number written in the star of the Christmas tree. The final prime factorization is written in the presents underneath the tree!
Review middle school math and decorate your classroom with fun and festive Christmas and Winter themed pennants. These three pennant math activities are simply print and go! Students create models such as prime factorization trees, fraction, decimal, percent equivalence, and area models to represe
December Math Craftivity Bundle for the Upper GradesThis bundle contains 3 different December or Winter craftivities. All three activities are math-based.Factor Trees are evergreen shaped so students can decorate the final product to look like a Christmas tree. Students will find the prime factori