# Christmas Colouring

Colour in the Christmas picture according to the properties of the numbers.

 Prime numbers First 10 multiples of 10 Multiples of 11 greater than 11 Single digit numbers with four factors Numbers made up of two different digits that add up to 12 Square numbers

Click on the regions to fill them with paint according to the number key above. Click the 'Check' button when you think you have finished colouring in all of the regions. You can earn a Transum Trophy for getting the colouring correct.

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#### ChrisMaths

Christmas activities make those December Maths lessons interesting, exciting and relevant. If students have access to computers there are some online activities to keep them engaged in worthwhile, festive mathematics.

Transum.org/ChristMaths/

#### Xmas Tree Trim

Use the lights provided to decorate each of the Christmas trees so that no two trees are the same. There are many levels to try.

Transum.org/go/?to=xmastrim

#### Xmas Consonants

After working out which vowels are missing from the Christmas words do some basic calculations.

Transum.org/go/?to=xmasconsonants

#### Xmas Ornaments

A hands on activity requiring students to arrange Christmas ornaments in a square box leaving a space in every row and column.

Transum.org/go/?to=xmas

## Extension Activity

Create a Christmas colouring activity of your own. First draw the outline of a Christmas scene then assign numbers to the regions according to a number rule that you have made up for each colour. Make sure that you don't have any ambiguous regions (numbers that obey more than one of your rules). If you are proud of your work send it to Transum! Here are some ideas to give you inspiration:

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