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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.

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  • Melissa

    I just saw this in a 3rd grade classroom. What a great little trick to teach students

Use these multiplication fact strips to make Jenga into a fun way for students to practice their basic multiplication facts.

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.

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...

Here's a set of "I have, who has?" cards for multiplication facts from 0-12. Includes 24 cards.

Spicing Up Your Writing Anchor Chart! Created with her grade 2 class and then they each got out a piece of writing and "spiced it up" with red pens! (making the writing 'sizzle'!)

Help kids understand multiplication through various exercises: skip counting, equal groups, repeated addition, arrays, and fact families.

Multiplication Models ......Follow for free "Too-Neat-not to Keep" Teaching Tools & other Fun Stuff :)