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Multiplication game-lay cards out in spiral, students roll die and multiply it by the face value on card. If correct move forward the amount on the die. If incorrect they don't move.  Website has additional ideas of how to make it easier or more difficult based on student level. Could change this to an addition game as well.

Spiral, a multiplication card game. Place game pieces on center card. Multiply number on dice with number on card. If correct move ahead number of spaces on die.

Math in Literature (organized by topic) Great long listing of literature books to teach math with.

Math in Literature (organized by topic). This link is amazing! We'll be incorportating literature in Math this year. Great site to start looking into Math literature!

Math Coachs Corner: Array Models for Multiplication. For multiplication facts to make sense to children, they have to have lots of concrete and representational experiences with the idea of multiplication prior to trying to achieve automaticity with the facts.  Students need to move from addition to multiplicative thinking to understand the difference between 4 + 3 and 4 x 3.  This little activity is another one from Van de Walle.

Array Models for Multiplication

Math Coach's Corner: Array Models for Multiplication. This little activity is another one from Van de Walle. Students use a array and an L-shaped overlay to help them visualize the meaning of multiplication.

What a fun way to combine math and ELA: Use student's spelling words to find area + perimeter!  Maybe Find Student's Names too!

using spelling words to find area + perimeter. Students will be able to find the area and perimeter with their spelling words. Geometric measurement understand concepts of area and relate are to multiplication and to addition.

Here's a set of posters for helping students think about the meaning of multiplication.

Here's a set of posters for helping students think about the meaning of multiplication. Take it to an anchor chart to create meaning with our students.

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: It’s All the Same (a Math Puzzle Game)

Relentlessly Fun, Deceptively Educational: It’s All the Same (a Math Puzzle Game) - teaching multiplication game

Get your students excited and motivated about memorizing their multiplication facts!

Get your students excited and motivated about memorizing their multiplication facts! I think I'm going to do a math challenge with learning their multiplication tables. this may work!

Multiplication -students sign the door when as they learn facts

In third grade, students will learn how to multiply and divide. We have two doors in our classroom designated to record student progress. As they master a set, they will get to "sign the door." Could also use when they master Rainbow Words lists.

Math center games that are organized according to skills

math problem solving for all grades (I think they're from mathwire, but all nicely formatted in pdfs.

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