Designed as a simple game for Year 5 maths rotations, the Factor Tree Game requires students to determine all 'factors' of a given whole number.
You can easily extend this game by asking students to identify the Highest Common Factor (HCF) or Lowest Common Factor (LCF) across two or more cards.
You could also challenge students to write a problem to match each card, e.g. There are 24 students in the classroom. How many ways could you group students so that each group contains the same number of students, and there are no students left out?