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You may not explicitly teach the 12 facts to your students, as many curriculums specify that students are fluent with facts to 10x10. However, solving 12's facts can be used to teach a very important

Practice the multiplication facts in a fun way with this free printable board game. Perfect for classrooms and homeschooling.

Third grade is all about multiplication. We explore it. We dig into equal groups and patterns and skip counting. We make sure students get to a deep understanding of what it is and why it works. We talk about properties and unknown factors and arrays. In the end, we are hoping for two things: understanding and fluency. Understanding is demonstrated by being able to show many ways of finding an answer. For instance, a student could be looking at the problem 4x3. He or she could show an array…

10 multiplication games and activities for teaching multiplication. Students will love learning their multiplication facts, building fluency and strategies.

This pack focuses on using area model to multiply. ❯❯❯❯❯ Includes ♥ "How to" use area model to multiply ♥ 1 interactive notebook page where students are given area models and they create the multiplication sentence, then solve. ♥ 1 interactive notebook page in which students are given 2-digit by 1-...

The favorite family game has been altered to be played so that kids can practice their multiplication fact fluency! These sheets can be printed and laminated for permanent use. Perfect for partners to play during a Math Workshop.

4th grade teachers learned more Learning Focused Strategies at a 2-day workshop with Betty Ray at the Coastal Plains RESA in Lenox, GA.

Chinese Stick Multiplication

Help students learn the steps in multiplication strategies and this set shows 8 different methods of multiplying. Steps are color-coded to help students see the steps in the problems. This multiplication strategy posters, slide shows, and student reference flip book set makes a perfect addition espe...

Help students remember all the different strategies they can use to multiply. Use when teaching each strategy or as review at the end of a unit. Strategies addressed: - Draw groups - Draw an Array - Repeated Addition - Skip Counting - Number Lines Click below to check out my other multiplication p...

Chinese Stick Multiplication

I wanted a fun way for my son to see how that the same math problem can be written in different ways. And I wanted him to be able check his work independently, similar to the Lock and Key Math game I made. So I created a series of 12 puzzles for my son to play. Each puzzle has three pieces: 1) a multiplication problem, 2) an addition problem, and 3) groupings of dots. Download 12 puzzles and the game board here. To keep the pieces from slipping around, I spray glued sheets of felt to the…

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Help students remember all the different strategies they can use to multiply. Use when teaching each strategy or as review at the end of a unit. Strategies addressed: - Draw groups - Draw an Array - Repeated Addition - Skip Counting - Number Lines Click below to check out my other multiplication p...