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★★★★ Generate excitement and fuel proficiency with these "mad minute" style worksheets! Each of the 180 worksheets comes ready to print and answer keys are included! ★★★★
Students who can quickly recall products of one-digit numbers are able to enter future math classes with confidence and focus on new concepts without getting stuck on the arithmetic. These worksheets are designed for students to practice multiplication and supports Common Core standard 3.OA.C.7: Multiply and divide within 100.
This download includes a zipped folder containing three files:
1. Dear Teacher: This note contains information about the product and teacher tips.
2. Multiplication Minutes (1-10) 180 Sheets: Just like it sounds! 180 different Multiplication Minute worksheets using numbers 1 – 10. Each sheet uses a random combination of 30 problems and contains no duplicate problems on the same page. Each sheet has a unique number in the top right-hand corner that matches the page number within the PDF file.
3. Multiplication Minutes (1-10) Answer Sheets: Give students feedback efficiently by referencing the answer sheets. A table of contents on the first page of the answer sheet PDF file makes it easy to find the answers for a given numbered sheet.
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Many of us have used “Mad Minute”-style worksheets to help our students before; only you know what works best for your classroom. A standard routine includes passing copies of the same sheet to every student, setting a one minute timer, and then allowing students to self grade by reading the answers aloud. With 180 sheets, you could use a new one daily!
There are many progress trackers available on TpT. Consider offering a reward when a student reaches a cumulative goal, meets a target, or to groups who reach a score together. I especially recommend trackers that graph progress over time.
For classrooms that benefit from clear transitions, use a Math Minute at the start or end of every math class. This routine reinforces the importance of regular practice as well as supports positive classroom management.
For students that would benefit from extra practice, Math Minutes are great as homework, in-class early finish work, extra credit, study hall work, etc. Consider helping families learn to support students by making timing a fun challenge at home.
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