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• Fun multiplication game! Students pull out a cup and answer the fact, as long as they get it right, they get to keep stacking.. could use with other math facts, too. - sight words, anything - great idea!

• Fabulous in Fourth!: Math Power Towers. This would be great for Math Games.

• Love this storage idea... Pringles cans covered with paper for the game!!! Power Towers for sight words or math facts...

• Math Power Towers to practice multiplication facts

• Good math center idea. Math power tower

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Jenga Math (indoor recess...kids will love it!) You can also write in sharpie on them...maybe one side for math and the other for language?! Possibilities are endless! I knew I kept Jenga and Twister in my storage closet for some reason!! =)

4th grade math - good idea! Use jumbo playing cards on a tri-fold board! this is way too old for pre-k but my fellow teachers HOW great right?

Math & Reading Power Towers - The children pull out a cup, answer the fact and stack. *^made from a Pringles can

Multiplication anchor chart..because we still have problems with multiplication in 6th grade

FUN Math Art Ideas- From symmetry art to tessellations to optical illusions, there is something for all ages.

FlashCard Apps for multiplication, division, addition and subtraction

Here's a "Roll, Say, Play" game for practicing multiplication and division facts.

Roll two dice and find the product. The first player with three markers in a row is the winner. Great game for fact practice!

Multiplication Triangle cards - students cut index cards in half - make cards (ask students to make different sets ex. 2's,4's) - students take turns covering one corner - other student should tell missing number

This contract can be used to give students extra practice with multiplication facts. There is a spot for teachers to write in which tables should b...

This is a great activity to teach multiplication facts. Each student wears a fact. All day, anyone who talks to him must call him Mr. 32 ~ you get the idea! maybe secretly use with the facts that hardest for the student?

Recycled Egg Carton to help with multiplication Tables. Throw in the candy and say # multiplied by # you get it = WHAT?