Help students practice their multiplication facts in a fun way! They will show multiple ways to represent a multiplication problem: drawing an array, writing a repeated addition problem and also showing equal groups.
There are ten books (Times 1 through Times 10). Each factor has a strategy hint to be placed behind the cover of the book. This way students can use the strategy as they work through the books.
I like to use these books as warm-up work. Students are able to complete them independently after we complete the first flip book as a class. It's a great way to keep your students engaged and practicing those multiplication facts!
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