This is an "I have... Who has..." activity using multiplication facts. There are 30 cards in this set, starting with 4x3=12 and ending with 8x12=96. There are four sets in this series. This set contains the 4s and 5s that are not in set one, a few of the 6s, all of the 7s, and most of the 8s. The four sets together contain all the facts from the 3s to the 12s with a few of the 13s (excluding some of the 1s). I had to make them so that no answers in a set are the same (like 3x4=12 and 4x3=12 are not in the same set) so that the activity would work out just right. That's why I divided the sets up the way I did.
NOTE: It is important to print the file on the front and back of the paper, so that each card has the identifying mark on the back telling which set it belongs to. Also - it would be best, but not necessary of course, to use cardstock.
HOW TO PLAY: Pass out all the cards - some students may have more than one, or the teacher can play the extra cards. One student starts the game by saying their "Who has..." statement. The student that has the answer to their "Who has..." answers by reading their card. Play continues until the student who started the game has the answer another student's "Who has..." statement.
Purchase all four sets to review all the multiplication facts higher than the twos.
*Some of the fonts used in this activity are from the website http://kevinandamanda.com/fonts
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