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# 4th Grade Fall Multiplication Practice Activity Bundle November

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4th - 5th
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48 pages of multiplication activities, 48 pages of answer keys
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### Description

Looking for a fun and engaging way for your 4th grade students to practice multiplication? Here are 12 multiplication worksheets, practice pages, and activities for 4th graders that are fall-themed.

Students can practice solving multiplication problems in engaging ways! This bundle is perfect for differentiation - give your students practice exactly at their level!

Includes:

• 4 Levels of Fall Multiplication Activities (2-Digit X 1-Digit, 3-Digit X 1-Digit, 4-Digit X 1-Digit, 2-Digit X 2-Digit)
• Each Level Includes 12 Pages of Fall Multiplication Activities

Fall Multiplication Activities:

• Color by Code
• Code Breaker
• Story Problems (2 pages)
• Roll a Fall Story Problem (3 pages)
• Multiplication Maze (2 pages)
• Color by Even/Odd (2 pages)

Ideas:

• Use as independent practice.
• Use during small group instruction.
• Use during centers.
• Use for a fun fall-themed math class.
• Use as at-home practice for students.

These multiplication problems are geared towards 4th graders but can be used as extension for 3rd graders or review/practice for 5th graders.

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Total Pages
48 pages of multiplication activities, 48 pages of answer keys
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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.