Yesterday for math we made poinsettias. The kids each had a half sheet of pink, red, and white construction paper. They folded it, cut out their petals, then glued them onto a large piece of construction paper into 3 flowers.
The white poinsettias we labeled prime and composite numbers. Each petal had their own number that had to be labeled with a P or C.
The pink ones were all multiples. They chose a random number between 2-10, and then went around the flower, writing the multiples.
The red flowers were factors. Students chose a 2 digit composite number, and then wrote the different factor equations on the petals.
The kids enjoyed getting out their scissors and glue sticks during math, I enjoyed seeing how they transferred their learning into an art project.
Hope this helped someone!