# Multiplication Games

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Here's a nice handout for students with tips/tricks to remember different multiplication facts.

Multiplication Fact Strategies

Pass the Plate Sight Words...music stops...go around and say sight word on your plate (could also do math facts)

This FREE multiplication facts game makes kids want to practice their facts!

23 multiplication apps for kids - lots of these are free!

A grammar game that helps principles stick. Use for Active/Passive voice, parts of speech, and many other grammar or punctuation rules.

(If you haven't noticed, along with my color coding obsession, I also have a small affinity for alliterative titles.) The past few weeks, ...

10 ways to practice multiplication facts beyond the traditional use of flashcards.

Times tables booklets are a great tool for students to use to test themselves and review various facts.

3 Posters that give examples of three multi-digit multiplication strategies, including the traditional algorithm, partial products, and lattice. Check out my Multiplication Task Card Bundle Check out my Multi-Digit Multiplication Project! ...

Ten math games that students can play with dominoes to strengthen multiplication, decimal, and fraction skills. A FREE printable is included!

Odd and Even Investigations eg) Ages of people in your family. Phone number Street number Height etc.. Investigating: Odd and Even....Add some combinations of the facts you found. odd + odd = ? odd + odd + odd = ? etc.. even + even = ? odd + even = ? Can you find any patterns and generalisations? How is this useful? Having fun with Capacity and Mass Students are encouraged to use their own strategies to solve problems: Here are a few ideas: Some Multiplication strategies: LATTICE…

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Do you use Kaboom! in your classroom? It has been my go-to center for the past few years, whether I’m teaching Firsties, or now third graders. If Kaboom! is new to you, or it is something you haven’t yet tried in your classroom, here are some great reasons to give it a try: 1. It is highly engaging! 2. It lasts for as long as