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we drew some different factor trees to investigate the question "What different factor trees can you make for 96?"

we drew some different factor trees to investigate the question "What different factor trees can you make for 96?"

Christmas Factor Trees! Practicing prime factorization decked in holiday cheer! Fancy Free in Fourth

Christmas Factor Trees! Practicing prime factorization decked in holiday cheer! Fancy Free in Fourth

Class Survey Data Project (Two Versions for Differentiation)  from Cole's Hot Spot for Great Activities on TeachersNotebook.com -  (15 pages)

Class Survey Data Project (Two Versions for Differentiation) from Cole's Hot Spot for Great Activities on TeachersNotebook.com - (15 pages)

The Map is Not the Territory: Seeing Numbers.  Wow!  Beautiful factor trees.

The Map is Not the Territory: Seeing Numbers. Wow! Beautiful factor trees.

Math Journal Sundays - Prime Numbers and Factors

Math Journal Sundays - Prime Numbers and Factors

Turn a dry factor tree into a beautiful fall math craft project! from MathFour.com

Fall Factor Trees!

Factor tree project...each student chose their own 2 or 3-digit number of which to find the prime factorization.  The leaves represent the prime numbers.  Then they worked with a partner to use prime factorization to find the GCF of both numbers.  They were given 4 sentence frames from which to choose and then wrote their GCF between the trees.

Factor tree project...each student chose their own 2 or 3-digit number of which to find the prime factorization. The leaves represent the prime numbers. Then they worked with a partner to use prime factorization to find the GCF of both numbers. They were given 4 sentence frames from which to choose and then wrote their GCF between the trees.

Factor Tree! I made this when I was teaching prime factorization to 6th graders. The stars are prime numbers and the squares are composite numbers, which can be broken down again. The kids enjoyed making their own factor trees.

Factor Tree! I made this when I was teaching prime factorization to 6th graders. The stars are prime numbers and the squares are composite numbers, which can be broken down again. The kids enjoyed making their own factor trees.

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