some fun ideas here! Getting your students to practice multiplication facts can be a challenge. I have complied 10 ways to practice multiplication facts, that my students have Use the traditional flash card.
Addition game- Players sit on opposite sides of the playing board. Players take turns rolling the dice and adding the two numbers that appear. If their answer is correct, they may cover the corresponding number on their game board.
My daughter loves doing these Number Sense Printables and wants to do them all the time! She was creating all the boxes herself so I created these to help her work stay a little more organized and thought I would share.
Use these multiplication fact strips to make Jenga into a fun way for students to practice their basic multiplication facts. There are 54 multiplication fact strips one for each block in a standard Jenga game.
Multiplication games give your children fun ways to practice and reinforce those tricky multiplication fact families. Here are five easy games you can play with your kids or they can play on their own. **War with Multiplication