This is a math game that uses the tic-tac-toe format to practice multiplication word problems. It allows students to reinforce basic multiplication and understand its meaning. Students will practice 1 digit by 1 digit multiplication with word problems.
The only materials needed to play are a pocket chart and the provided game cards.
This 10 page file includes:
*9 multiplication word problem cards
* one sheet of 6 o cards
* one sheet of 6 x cards
* thank you page
* credit page
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Amanda, I love-love-love your tic-tac-toe games! (My wish list is getting really long!!!) I'm just wondering if you might consider creating more cards to go with them. I think my students will want to play this more than once or twice, but will just memorize the answers. It would be great if there were more cards.... I could make my own, I guess, but I think I'd rather buy yours!!
Esther, you are the best! Thank you so much for your support! I have a running to do lists and I will add this to my list. Is there a specific concept (like multiplication) you want me to do first? It may be a bit because with Common Core problem solving is going to be more in depth starting in third grade- normally about 4 styles of problems are used (especially grade k-2) but that changes in 3rd. I will email our county math coach for examples of the other more difficult problem styles because Common Core will be moving this way. It may be a bit, but I am on it! Thanks for all of you support!
July 6, 2012
I think one of the questions has an error. Look at the one that starts, "Travis ran 2 miles on......". I believe the question at the end should read, "How many miles did Travis run on Thursday? It says Tuesday. When you fix this is there a way I can get the new version? I have already copied and laminated 4 sets. I am wondering if I can get just that question? Thanks,Kendra
Mandy Gregory has taught 4th, 3rd, and 2nd grade in both the general education and inclusion setting. She is the owner and creator of the Teaching Tips website (www.mandygregory.com). Mandy has over 10 years of experience.