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There are 7 print and go games over the TEKS 3.4D and 3.4E. Representing Multiplication and Arrays. There is a game that covers each type of representation (Array, Skip Counting, Equal Groups, Number Line, Repeated Addition, and Area Model) and one that combines them all in one. My students loved this fun way to explore multiplication.

Multiplication on a Number Line

Get two dice. Roll the dice and then write the multiplication sentence in the box. Next decide what number to use (1, 2, 3, or 5) on the number line. Then represent your equation equally on the number line. Don’t forget a multiplication sentence is read __ groups of __.

Multiplication as Repeated Addition

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record your equation below. Then represent the multiplication equation using repeated addition.

Multiplication as Equal Groups

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record your equation below. Then represent the multiplication equation as equal groups.

Multiplication as an Array

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record your equation below. Then represent the multiplication equation using an array. (I like to let my students use stamp markers)

Multiplication as an Area Model

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record great your area model below. Then record the equation. Remember

ROWS x COLUMNS.

Multiplication as Skip Counting

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record your equation below. Then represent the multiplication equation using repeated addition.

All Representations of Multiplication

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record your equation below. Then represent the multiplication equation using all the 6 kinds of multiplication representations.

Multiplication on a Number Line

Get two dice. Roll the dice and then write the multiplication sentence in the box. Next decide what number to use (1, 2, 3, or 5) on the number line. Then represent your equation equally on the number line. Don’t forget a multiplication sentence is read __ groups of __.

Multiplication as Repeated Addition

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record your equation below. Then represent the multiplication equation using repeated addition.

Multiplication as Equal Groups

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record your equation below. Then represent the multiplication equation as equal groups.

Multiplication as an Array

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record your equation below. Then represent the multiplication equation using an array. (I like to let my students use stamp markers)

Multiplication as an Area Model

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record great your area model below. Then record the equation. Remember

ROWS x COLUMNS.

Multiplication as Skip Counting

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record your equation below. Then represent the multiplication equation using repeated addition.

All Representations of Multiplication

Get a spinner sheet. Put a paper clip on top of the spinner, then put a pencil in the dot in the middle of the spinner. Flick the paper clip to make the spinner work. After you have gotten a number on both spinners record your equation below. Then represent the multiplication equation using all the 6 kinds of multiplication representations.

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