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Looking for a way to introduce your students to multiplication? This FREEBIE is a sample of my complete unit. The complete unit is a fantastic way to present multiplication to your students by using word problems! It covers multiplying by 2,3,4, and 5.

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Multiplication Pennant {Ghost theme}

2-digit multiplication. In this collaborative activity students multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers. Each pennant is in the shape of a ghost to add to your Halloween classroom decor. The multiplication problems on each pennant vary in difficulty allowing you to differentiate.Once a pennant is complete, it can be hung along a string in your classroom to show the world that, "Hey, we know how to multiply!"Included are 30 pennants, an optional student answer sheet and an answer key.

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Multiplication Three Digit by One Digit Math Center Magic Square

This multiplication math center activity contains 24, three digit by one digit multiplication problems. The game pieces come together to form a self checking larger magic square.

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Color by Number Multiplication Facts in No Prep with answer keys

Using 13 Color by Multiplication Facts is a great way to reinforce the learning with a different twist. This package includes a page for each times table from 2 to 12, and two pages of mixed practice. Use them in a center, with a tutor, individual practice, or on Grandparents’ Day (Special Friends Day). You may make a packet for summer practice. Hand them out on those last days when the bulletin boards are coming down so students can take all their work home.


The different types of multiplication problems--This is such an important tool that will help students answer more word problems correctly.

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Multiplication Math Tag; 3 digit by 2 digit

This math activity will have your students begging to play again! Students will work in teams to race against others to be the first to complete 3 digit by 2 digit multiplication problems correctly. Just like a relay race, the problems are worked by one person at a time, once completed, they race back to their team and hand off the answer sheet to the next person.