There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
They used Pinterest to explore a new city
Join Pinterest to discover all the things that inspire you.
Creating an account means you’re okay with Pinterest's Terms of Service and Privacy Policy.
billion Pins
to explore
seconds to
sign up (free!)
Visit site
  • Beth Vigneron

    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!

  • Jennifer Bone

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

  • Marlena Kress

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

  • Shari Thomas Harvey

    Math Power Towers to practice multiplication facts

  • Jillian Mehan

    Good math center idea. Math power tower

Related Pins

Jenga Math (indoor 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?