Multiplication Card Game
Pair students. Have each player stack ten flash cards, equation side up, in front of her. Instruct Player A to place her top card in the middle of the table, read its fact, and say its product. Player B turns the card over to check the answer. Player B takes her turn in a similar manner. The player whose card has the greater product gets to keep both cards. If the cards’ products are equal, have the players declare war by stacking four cards each in the center of…
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Students can get the different order of operation mixed up. This organizer will be a helpful reminder if they get discouraged during classwork when combining all four operations in challenging problems. 3.OAT.9. 9. Identify arithmetic patterns (including patterns in the addition table or multiplication table), and explain them using properties of operations.