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.
Two options for printing!
Includes an answer key.
Great to use as a display in the classroom or the hallway.
Can also be used as a "Fast Finisher" activity.
Here are a few more Holiday activities:
Christmas Tree Negatives and Positives - Mixed Computation with Integers
Deck the Halls with Percent Proportions - Use with "is over of" or Part to Whole
Christmas Shopping with Sales Tax Matching Card Activity - Word Problems
Christmas Light Math - Solving Proportions
Elf Movie Similarity & Scale Factor Project - Christmas Movie Math!!!
The Twelve Days of Christmas Unit Rate Word Problems - Proportions
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