Martin Luther King Jr Coloring Pages | Third Grade Math

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Are you looking for an engaging and fun way for your Second Grade Math, Third Grade Math and Fourth Grade Math students to practice their multiplication facts for mastery and fluency? These Martin Luther King Jr Math Activities are perfect for students and easy prep for you.

This packet contains Martin Luther King Jr themed pictures for each of the times tables x 2 through x 12, one for doubles and a challenge of x 20 and x 50.

Use these pages for math centers, buddy activities, peer tutoring, small group, homework, independent review or even enrichment.

This Martin Luther King Jr. Multiplication Resource contains 14 multiplication color by code Martin Luther King Jr. themed activities and 3 Student Bookmark pages for a total of 18 pages.

♥ Student Journal Cover to organize into an individual booklet

♥ x2 (2x1 through 2x10)

♥ x3 (3x1 through 3x10)

♥ x4 (4x1 through 4x10)

♥ x5 (5x1 through 5x10)

♥ x6 (6x1 through 6x10)

♥ x7 (7x1 through 7x10)

♥ x8 (8x1 through 8x10)

♥ x9 (9x1 through 9x10)

♥ x10 (10x1 through 10x10)

♥ x11 (11x1 through 11x10)

♥ x12 (12x1 through 12x10)

♥ Doubles (1x1 through 12x12)

♥ x20 (20x1 through 20x10)

♥ x50 (50x1 through 50x10)

♥ Student Multiplication Bookmarks (3 to a page - 3 pages)

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♦ "I loved getting to review our recent multiplication practice while also recognizing MLK Jr. Day! Thank you so much!"

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Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 × 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.