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• multiplication cootie catcher to practice 4 times tables- could have each student make one for different times tables then play with different partners - Can also use for any type of math fact.

• Perfect for math facts practice... the kids love making these fortune tellers!

• I {Heart} Teaching: Math Differentiation Math Cootie Catchers!!!

• LOVE this idea to practice basic multiplication facts! My kids love these things anyway!

• multiplication cootie catcher to practice 4 times tables- could have each student make one for different times tables then play with different partners. MY KIDS LOVE COOTIE CATCHERS, SO THIS IS A GREAT IDEA. THANKS

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