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    Here's a terrific lapbook on multiplication.

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    Area math game: Roll the dice and draw the area array. (Also a good way to build conceptual understanding of area being deconstructed into smaller rectangles - emphasized in common core standards)

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    Times table wheels - free!

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    Spooktacular Halloween Multiplication - Your students will have a blast with these "spooktacular" Halloween multiplication games! $

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    Multiplication Strategies-- make this into a flip book

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    Egg Carton Shake Up Multiplication and addition

    Egg Carton Shake Up!

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    Great idea- change to addition subtraction important words & strategies for solving & number line-- could do one side math & one side ela (handwriting alpha line, dolch lists, etc.) this could eliminate lots of repetitive questions (maybe)

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    Multiplication Chart-- Direct Instruction Could make this for every number after presenting 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

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    Make Multiplication Tables Fun :) via momfilter

    Make it Fun: Times Tables - momfilter

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    array multiplication table

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    This game is ideal to help you learn multiplication tables

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    Counting stars are a fun way to reinforce multiplication tables -- kids draw a line to the ones digit for each answer

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    Japanese Multiplication Trick ~ This is a cool concept... Gonna have to try it and see if it works :D

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    Use for mult. Practice

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    Math Division Wheels...would be really cool to make them for addition and subtraction facts using paint chips. Great for math center/math rti

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