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Halloween Multiplication "I Have ... Who Has?"

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Everybody loves a round of "I Have ... Who Has?"!

This version is perfect for the month of October and can be used as multiplication fact and word problem practice or review during Morning Meeting, math time, or a Halloween party.

The "I Have ... Who Has?" activity includes cards like, "I have a product of 20. Who has the answer to 'A spooky cemetery has 6 rows of 7 graves. How many graves are in the cemetery?'" and "I have a product of 42. Who has the answer to 'Each spider in the haunted house spun 3 webs. There were 9 spiders. How many webs did they spin in all?'" Teacher directions are included. Enjoy!

A Suggestion:

Depending on your students’ level of expertise with multiplication facts, you might stop after every card is read and determine the matching number sentence.

For example, A child reads, “There are 5 witches and each casts 3 spells. How many spells did they cast together?”, so the class determines the appropriate sentence is “5x3”. At this point, all students may use a strategy or a multiplication chart to find the correct product together.

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Halloween Multiplication "I Have ... Who Has?"
Halloween Multiplication "I Have ... Who Has?"
Halloween Multiplication "I Have ... Who Has?"
Halloween Multiplication "I Have ... Who Has?"