Brain Break Memorization in Motion Multiplication Winter

Grade Levels
2nd - 4th
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  • PPTX
Pages
127 pages
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Description

This is the first set in my Memorization in Motion Series. This Winter Warm Up focuses on Multiplication Facts through 10x10.

**This product can also be found in Memorization in Motion Bundle for Multiplication

This highly motivating resource was created to help your students practice their math fact fluency in a fun and engaging way. Use your projector and this fast paced, slideshow will flash a math fact on the screen and then reveal the answer. When a fact is flashed, students will shout out the answer. Get ready though! Every so often a movement slide will pop up and ask students to do some kind of a fun exercise! ***The Movement slides play "Let it Snow!"
Watch a preview VIDEO here

To play…
1. Click on the slide that you want to start. (this could start with the one’s facts or start at a specific fact you are working on)
2. At the top, click “Slide Show.”
3. Click “From Current Slide.”
4. That’s it, my friend! It will play from that point on, all by itself! Just sit back and relax! LOL!

The speed…
The pace of these slides is 3 seconds and has been carefully researched with multiple classrooms. This pace was chosen to encourage automaticity. Even if your kiddos don’t yet have their facts memorized, this will help them remember the facts by continually seeing them and saying them. Practice, practice, practice. (about 10 minutes for all or about 1 minute per fact set)

-"For students to be able to recall facts quickly in more complex computational problems, research tells us the students must know their math facts at an acceptable level of 'automaticity.' Therefore, teachers...must be prepared to supplement by providing more practice, as well as by establishing rate criteria that students must achieve. (Stein et al., 1997, p. 93).“

Other Ideas:
Place this on a computer for an Independent or Group center.
Play music in the background!
Change the speed for students with processing disorders.

What others are saying!!

Denise R. said:
These are the best thing I have bought on TPT!

Jesica F. said:
This is an AWESOME resource. My kids are all working on their multiplication facts and this is either review or introduction depending on where they are in their study of the facts. They love the movement and so do I as it helps them get their wiggles out.

 Dare to be Different - Teach (TpT Seller) said:
These are so easy to use! They are very student and teacher friendly. They almost run themselves. Students find these so much fun that they don't want to stop. I love that there is movement involved - student don't realize they are learning.


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Click below for other Products in this SERIES!!
ADDITION**************************************************************

Memorization in Motion Addition BUNDLE

Monster Mash Addition

Top Secret Spies Addition

Turkey Talk Addition

Fitness Facts Addition

Bootcamp Addition

Winter Warm Up Addition

MULTIPLICATION**********************************************************

Memorization in Motion Multiplication BUNDLE

Winter Warm Up MultiplicationTop Secret MultiplicationBoot Camp MultiplicationFitness Facts Multiplication

Monster Mash Multiplication

Turkey Talk Multiplication

Total Pages
127 pages
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 × 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.

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