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  • Emily Heisey

    This is a great activity to teach math facts. Each student wears a fact. All day, anyone who talks to him must call him Mr. 32 ~ you get the idea! ....I want to use this for addition facts!

  • Alyssa Horton

    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! Put in name tag clips so the labels are preserved.

  • Kathy Sherwin

    love this!! used to do this with sight words!! Try this with addition facts or vocab... love this Multiplication Practice. Everyone wears "multiplication name tags" throughout the day. You always call each other by their "name". This is Mr. 32.--I LOVE this! Could do it all week to get gobs of practice in. GREAT IDEA!

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Multiplication Strategies - type and give to students to post at home and a copy to keep in their math binder.

Each student wears a fact. All day, anyone who talks to him must call him Mr. 32 ~ you get the idea! Could also try this with sight words or vocab

Are you looking for a creative new way to have your students practice multiplication? Try Tiling! In Tiling activities, students will use the provided "digit tiles" to place the numbers 0 - 9 to fill in the holes left in provided multiplication equations. While trying to figure out where the missing numbers go, students will work on basic facts, properties of multiplication and problem solving skills.

love this! All day they have to wear a multiplication fact and call each other by their "product"

Multiplication Masters -- has a great way to get kids mastering their multiplication facts---could do this a change to "Math Masters" for addition facts :)

This math game uses graph paper and dice to do basic multiplication problems. Student roll dice to get two numbers to create a square using the numbers as dimensions. When the box is drawn, the squares from the graph paper that are in the square represent the answer to the problem. This is a nice visual representation of multiplication.