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Eleven sets of digital interactive files to practice the basic multiplication facts. All of the self-checking slide decks are provided in Google Slides™, PDF, and PowerPoint format. Every set offers a focused multiplication fluency activity for a specific group of facts from __ X 0 to __ X 12. Question formats include both missing products and missing factors. The file also contains printable posters of each of the included facts to use as reference pages for your learners.
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◆ Printable Ocean-Themed Posters for each Set of Facts (choose color or b&w)
◆ PDF version of each slide deck
◆ PowerPoint version of each slide deck with sound
◆ PowerPoint version of each slide deck without sound
◆ Link to copy the Google Slides™ version of each slide deck
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Instructions are included for using this resource with Google Slides™, PDF, and PowerPoint. To use the file with PowerPoint, you will need a device with PowerPoint installed. For the PDF version, you need access to a computer that is able to read a PDF. To use the file with Google Slides™, you will need access to the Internet and a free Google™ account.
Students will be motivated to practice their multiplication skills with this engaging and self-correcting set of interactive digital slides! They will work at their own pace by clicking on “buttons” to advance the slides. Correct answers link to a slide that says “Yes!” and then to the next question. Incorrect answers link to a slide that says “Try Again” and then back to the missed question.
Ideas for incorporating this resource:
• As a distance learning independent activity for fact fluency
• As a whole-group review during distance learning video chat
• Independent practice during math rotations
• As an activity in a digital Math Center
• Use with 2nd and 3rd graders who are just learning their multiplication facts
• Use with 4th and 5th graders as a review activity at the beginning of the school year
• Use with special education students for focused independent learning
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