Gingerbread Fact Family Houses - Multiplication and Division

Gingerbread Fact Family Houses - Multiplication and Division
Gingerbread Fact Family Houses - Multiplication and Division
Gingerbread Fact Family Houses - Multiplication and Division
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Having your students learn their multiplication and division facts through fact families is the best way for them to learn these important facts. And what better way to do it than through filling in a house? And what house could be better than a gingerbread house?

Each activity sheet has four different houses for the students to complete. And poking out from behind the roof of each house is a Gingerbread Man!

Students will choose a number card containing the three numbers that make up the multiplication and division fact family. They will write the number on the lines on the roof, then write each fact in one of the windows. There are two windows for multiplication facts and two for division facts. After the students write the facts in each window, they may color the houses and the gingerbread friend.

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2 Months

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Gingerbread Fact Family Houses - Multiplication and Division
Gingerbread Fact Family Houses - Multiplication and Division
Gingerbread Fact Family Houses - Multiplication and Division