Multiplication Task Cards: Mental Math, Expanded Form, Word Problems, and Estimation Skills.
I also added times 11 equations. I taught the kids a trick to solving times 11. Example: 25 x 11 = you make the first number in the product the first number in the factor 25 and the last number in the product the last number in the factor 25. Then you add the 2 + 5 to get the middle digit in the product. The product is 275. The kids love this trick and it works as long as the two digits in the other factor don't add up to more than a double digit. 91 x 11 wouldn't work because 9 + 1 is ten.
Cards can be used as a game. Print and laminate slides with 24 questions. Cut them apart and place in order around your classroom. Students use their answer sheet to record answers as they move from one question to the next. Usually, I give students a set amount of time before I say "Scoot". This is when the students all move to the next problem.
Students can work as partners or individually.
Cards can also be used as a review center or for early finishers.
6 slides with 4 questions on each
1 student answer sheet
1 teacher answer key
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