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Use this game to practice the use of arrays in solving basic multiplication facts. This works great as an independent center. Font: NIce and Neat By J. Moriconi~ http://creativelessoncafe.blogspot.com/ http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Kidsrcute (Math, Multiplication, Common Core)
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Learning about arrays can be SWEET! This concentration game will provide students the opportunity to practice understanding and recognizing arrays. Students will match the array to the appropriate multiplication fact. The game comes with "Sweet Notes" for teachers, student directions and 28 playi
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“ARRAY” For BINGO! This is a fun game to play with your children to reinforce the importance of ARRAYS. It can be used for multiplication or division. Common Core Standard Addressed: 3.OA.3 Represent and solve problems involving multiplication and division. Use multiplication and division w
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This 88-page pack is great for practicing multiplication facts and learning arrays! The first part includes a candy array matching game. Simply cut apart the multiplication facts and the array cards and let students find the matches. Perfect for a small group or make a few copies of the game and pl
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Use this logic game to practice drawing arrays. Great for learning multiplication and division facts, including fact families and developing spatial sense.
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Spin an Array is an exciting game to teach students about repeated addtion,multiplication and arrays! Use two levels of spinners to generate two numbers, then follow the recording sheet to explore arrays. Teacher directions include game rules for individual play as well as partner play. This game i
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Supporting Common Core State Standards, I Have . . . Who Has Multiplication Array Game is a fun way to practice math skills in the classroom. It is a rapid paced game that involves all the students recall of prior knowledge. This game can be utilized as an activating strategy or formative assessment
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This is a matching game where students must match a picture of a candy corn array with a description of the array and the multiplication number sentence that corresponds with the array. The game includes 12 sets of arrays. There is also a score sheet where students must write down the description an
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Need a fun and engaging center that can be used all year long for your students to review arrays? Your students will love Array War! This place value comparison game is easy to set up and fun for kids. Simply laminate and cut the pieces out. This game is easy to have as a math center all year long.
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ATTENTION: This file is also included in my Cant' Stop Counting Mega BUNDLE. The bundled product includes packets for counting objects arranged in a line, objects arranged in rectangular arrays, objects arranged in circles, and scattered objects. Save over 20% by purchasing the BUNDLE versus each
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Students will love this Easter themed array game and craftivity. These activities reinforce CCSS standards 4.NBT.5 and 3.OA.1.
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This "I have..who has" game is a great way to review arrays with your students. They have a great time and must listen and pay attention to participate!
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Feed the Sharks! A math center game to practice the basic principles of multiplication, arrays, and equal groups. students use a multiplication fishing rod to "catch" the matching equal group or array and then feed it to their hungry shark. This Resource Includes: -4 Printable sharks- 2 black an
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Perfect game to reinforce multiplication facts, finding area and working with arrays. Great for 3rd graders! Very little prep work. Just copy the game board and directions. All the kids need are dice and colored pencils. ***************************************************************************
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Mystery Tile Americana Arrays Game Please see the preview for this, and all the elements found in the Bundle. What student doesn’t benefit from extra multiplication practice? These games are fun and deceptively challenging at the same time. One student said, “This doesn’t feel like school, it’
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Use these games to practice "hard" subtraction problems (11-20) and creating arrays. Students will need: colored pencils dice Subtraction soccer: Designed to engage students in recognizing subtraction equations. Alligator Arrays: Designed to engage students in creation of arrays using dice.
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This task cards style game allows students to practice multiplication and division facts families. There are 24 array cards. Students choose a card and write the fact family that matches in the corresponding box on the answer sheet. An answer key is provided. This is a great way for students to p
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Have you ever worried about giving a group of students a game to play independently, because you weren't sure that ANY of them knew the skill well enough to check the others' answers? I know I have. That's why I like all my games to be self-checking. This is a simple-to-play game that will ensure s
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Students use different numbers to create as many arrays as possible. This game encourages students to think of different ways to make equal groups, and utilizes higher level thinking skills. Great as an extension activity or lesson.
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The students will be given a repeated addition fact, multiplication fact, or rows and columns. They have to draw the array to match what is given. Directions are included. Great for Guided Math stations. I would print out an extra set for an answer key and fill it in on the actual paper.
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This is game directions designed for students to be able to play the game in a center time or even to take home and play against mom or dad for review and practice. Students will need dice when playing the game.
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This is a bilingual math review station game that reinforces the Envision Math unit 1. I created various math centers so that students can continue to practice strategies that are being covered even after the lessons are done. Includes: Material/Materiales Teacher Directions/ Direcciones para el mae
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This is a quick and easy game to use during math stations or even small or whole group instruction to reinforce the concept of arrays. Just print up as many copies as needed and laminate or put the mats into sheet protectors. Students use whiteboard markers and dice to roll numbers and create arrays
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This is a great game to practice arrays. Students will play with a partner. They will need 2 different colored counters, this game board, a pencil (for spinning), and a large paper clip. Students will spin twice and find that array on the table. Then, he/she will cover that array with the counte
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