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# Fall Multiplication Practice Activities and Worksheets 3 Digit x1 Digit November

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12 Pages of Activities, 12 Pages of Answer Key
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1. 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 dif
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### Description

Looking for a fun and engaging way for your students to practice 3-Digit X 1-Digit multiplication? Here are 12 multiplication worksheets, practice pages, and activities that are fall-themed.

Students can practice solving multiplication problems (3-Digit X 1-Digit) in engaging ways!

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 and practice for 5th graders.

Looking for more multiplication practice?

Fall Themed 2-Digit X 1-Digit Activity

Fall Themed Multiplication Fact Activity

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### Standards

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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.