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Review Jeopardy combined with Bags (Beanbag Toss)! My middle school math students love the combination of math, competition, and challenge of the bean bag toss! Review Jeopardy is adaptable for any content area and is a fun way for students to review.


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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Multiplication Facts Assessments and Brag Tags - Karate Theme

Multiplication Facts Assessments and Brag Tags Here is a great CCSS Aligned resource for your classroom: Operations Algebraic Thinking 3.OA.C7 These multiplication assessments may be used for Pre-Assessments, Post Assessments, and speed practice. Research shows that timed tests actually increase math fact fluency. There are 10 Karate belt levels of Brag Tags for recognition when students master a level.


5 Fun Ways to Teach Multiplication Facts

Learn 5 FUN ways to teach math facts and grab FREE multiplication games! Click here to get more details Sing multiplication songs, engage in math fact competitions, and play a variety of math games.

from Playdough To Plato

Place Value War

Place Value War! Such a fun math center or place value game for first grade or second grade. Read and write your number and then figure out who has the biggest one!

from Scholastic Teachers

Total Recall: Helping Our Students Memorize Multiplication Facts