This fun and festive Christmas tree math activity will help your students practice dividing fractions. This resource is very easy to use—the only prep is printing! Included in this resource are 30 numbered Christmas trees so that each of your students will have a unique project. Students will divide the fraction found on their tree by the fractions on the cut-and-paste ornaments. Students then write the quotient on the ornament and decorate their tree. Also included is an extra practice worksheet for your early-finishers!
This craft is fun for students, looks great in classroom displays, and helps your students practice important math skills! Students will need glue, scissors, and colors in order to complete this activity. Grade-level scissor skills are needed to complete the craft; however I have also included a copy where ornaments are already on the tree in case you have a student with below-level scissor skills.
For complete information about what is included and to make sure that this product meets your needs, please see the FULL product preview by clicking on the “Preview” button.
NOTES: This product is not editable. This product uses the term “Christmas Trees”. Please make sure that this is an appropriate activity for your classroom, school, and district before purchasing.
***Also available in Equivalent Fractions and Multiplying Fractions Versions***
Christmas Tree Math Craft: Equivalent Fractions
Christmas Tree Math Craft: Multiplying Fractions
***Looking for non-holiday Winter math craftivities? Check out the snow globe crafts below!***
Winter Snow Globe Math Craft: Equivalent Fractions
Winter Snow Globe Math Craft: Multiplying Decimals