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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?

Multiplication War - after multiplying, player with larger quotient collect both dominoes---or do with addition, or make two digit numbers

Fly Swatter Multiplication Game! Pick a table that you want to learn up to 12. Don't use the 0x, so that there is an even number of squares. Divide the poster board into 12 sections. Write each answer in one of the squares. Roll the math dice using the 7"s. For example you will leave one dice on 7. Roll the other dice. It makes and equation like 7x4. Say it outload "seven times 4 equals?" and using the fly swatter you hit the answer on the poster board!!! Very fun, highly addiciting

Capturing Classroom Ideas: 9's Multiplication Anchor Chart

Vocab word on hat, the students walk around and have to try to figure out the word by the description given by other students.

What a fun way for your students to learn how to tell time.

I want........do first week of school!

Adding Two Digit Numbers. Large Dice Stands For The Tens Place & Small Dice For The Ones Place

Motivation for learning multiplication facts. Earn your "multiplication karate belt". Could work for addition and subtraction facts... or even sight words!

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...

Classroom Freebies: Multiplication and Addition Fact Games. Nothing beats an easy game that is fun for kids and great math practice.

Hands-on activity for 10 facts (addition/subtraction)

from Organized Classroom