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Here's a fun game for practicing multiplication facts.

1 sheet, 3 color options. Here's a quick tip to help your students remember the multiplication facts for the number 9. Great for math centers, math folders, homework folders and mini-lessons. Hope this helps =)

My kids are going to love this, good game for multiplication and addition facts. Also, great Guided Math Blog.

Free - Superhero - Multiplication - Activity - FunYour kids will love discovering the superhero mystery picture as they practice their multiplication facts! Solve the problems, then use the key to color in the boxes and create the picture! ****************************************************************************For more multiplication fun, you may like: Multiplication Mystery Pictures - Thanksgiving Pack Multiplication Mystery Pictures - Christmas Pack Multiplication Mystery Pictures - Spac...

Multiplication Arrays (sample freebie) This could easly be used for math journals using stickers or stamps.--need to use this for my lesson plan

I would use this when first introducing multiplication. It is important for students to get a visual of what multiplication is and not just memorizing multiplication tables. It would be fun to use this model with m's or some type of food that they could eat at the end!

Arrays Arrays Arrays Pack: Array-nbows worksheets where students color in the array they're given

Need extra multiplication practice? This interactive puzzle will have your students getting practice in a fun way! Plus it's FREE!

Multiplication Array Game

Racing Rectangles for learning multiplication arrays

Math game "Students, working in pairs, take turns rolling two dice. Each student must choose a different colored marker or crayon to use. The student outlines and fills in a rectangle that matches what they rolled. For example, if the student rolled a 4 and 3, that student would fill in a 4x3 rectangle on the grid. The player then writes the total number of squares inside the rectangle. A player loses a turn when his or her rectangle cannot fit on the game board."

Multiplication game. Students, working in pairs, take turns rolling two dice. Each student chooses a different colored crayon to use. The student outlines and fills in a rectangle that matches what they rolled. Ex, if the student rolled a 4 and 3, that student would fill in a 4x3 rectangle on the grid. The player then writes the total number of squares inside the rectangle. A player loses a turn when his or her rectangle cannot fit on the game board. Play continues back and forth...

Guided Math: Math Game- Racing Rectangles