Diary of a Not So Wimpy Teacher: Five Hand-On Ways to Teach Multiplication

Five Hand-On Ways to Teach Multiplication

Use when teaching angles and measurement (to make triangles). Have students write their hardest facts on them.

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Multiplication Fact Activities - Flip Flap Wheels

Free Number Line Activities Your Students Will Love More

Free Number Line Activities Your Students Will Love (School Is a Happy Place)

Why can't practicing multiplication facts be fun? Turn math into a game and have your students multiply with the Spin and Multiply NO PREP Packet!

Mastering Multiplication!

Spin and Multiply, a fun math game to help master multiplication facts! Plus, there are 10 other ways to practice multiplication to add to the math fun!

Number Puzzles for Third Grade engage students in using a variety of models, strategies and equations when solving problems.

Number Puzzles for Third Grade Math Stations

Number Puzzles for Third Grade engage students in using a variety of models, strategies and equations when solving problems.

MINI TIMES TABLES ready to print and use

mini Times Tables

This is a quick math assessment, worksheet, a fun remember or just a times tables strip to take home. There are two printing options: Each table is printed onto a different sheet students) All tables are in two sheets (take-home or homeschooling)

Multiplication Interactive Notebook by Not So Wimpy Teacher | Teachers Pay Teachers

Multiplication Interactive Notebook

I love interactive notebooks! Seventeen activities are included and each activity has multiple options for differentiation!

FREE printable worksheets for math (as well as some letter worksheets) grades 1-3

Skip Counting by 6 and Can be used as an outdoor activity where students have to jump, leap, hop, skip etc. through hoops laid on the floor. Students/teacher can write in chalk the starting number on the ground.

It's a nice product, but Saxon does not teach arrays like this.  I think I would have my students make their own puzzles during Math centers as we begin multiplication memorization.

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It's a nice product, but Saxon does not teach arrays like this. I think I would have my students make their own puzzles during Math centers as we begin multiplication memorization.

Can You Make It? Math Game - great game for differentiating.

Can You Make It? Math Game - great game for differentiating. We played this today in Year Safe to say the children LOVED it!

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