## Creepy Crawly: A Multiplication Activity

Your child will think math is fun with this printable activity sheet.
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Love this concept. I still use it to this day when I get a bit confused. Also, the numbers are inverse of themselves. 2x9= 18 9x9=81 Once you get to 45 and 54, you go backwards in reverse from there. I know, confusing, but it can help.

Just a picture but this will be easy to make. Activity for my facile students during TEN time?

Array Model Chart also Area Model, Equal Sets Model, and Number Line Model

Here's a set of number organizers that show multiples of each number inside the number outline. These might be interesting pieces in student notebooks.

send home nightly/ weekly to be sure parents know where students are on their times tables.

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multiplication. I don't have a sewing machine & won't be whipping this hanging pocket craft up any time soon, but this blog post is good, and leads to her other blog, where signing up for a newsletter gains you a free eBook on how to teach the teams tables in 5 minutes/day. Some of the ideas are so very do-able immediately for us! YAY!

Our 3rd grade math teacher explicitly talks about different strategies our students use and makes anchor charts to display in her classroom. I love how these posters share this information.