Math Facts Fluency Multiplication and Division Practice - 3rd Grade Math Centers

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Need to motivate student fluency with multiplication facts and division facts? With a mission to travel to the solar system, students will be enthused to complete their mission to zoom fluency with math facts. This set includes two math center activities, an intervention resource, speed tests, data tracking, and some very fun, unique rewards like a set of rocket glasses and a crown. All with a fun space theme to help motivate students to blast their math fluency with multiplication and division math facts!

You asked, so I have created it! This unit is based off my Math Facts Fluency Practice with addition and subtraction. I had many requests to create a multiplication and division set like it. You got it! ;)

Please view the preview. It shows more about this fluency unit for math facts for multiplication and division and gives a brief overview.


•Blast Off Fact Cards for Multiplication & Division

•Racer Speed Cards with 20-24 problems, 40 problems & 60 problems with Self-Correcting Score Sheets (Race Cards come in color and lined options)

•Fluency Launchers for intervention or take home practice

•Fact Zoom Speed Tests with 20-24 problems, 40 problems & 60 problems

•Soar the Facts student fact tracking sheets (color and lined options)

•Class fact data tracker sheets

•Center sign for Blast Off Fact Cards (color only)

•Center sign for Rocket Racers (color only)

•Rocket Glasses for rewards

•Rocket Crowns for rewards

•Space Mask Photo Prop for celebrating success

•Galactic Math Fact Zoomers Award Certificates (lined and color options)

•Photographed instructions for the rocket glasses, rocket crowns, and photo prop space masks

•Common Core Standards Connection for third grade

This set is actually two in one! There is a complete set covering 0-10 math facts (1-10 for division). Then towards the back of the pdf, there is a complete set for 0-12 math facts (1-12 for division). Best of all, I am only counting one part of the resource for figuring out the price because I base it on page count! There is actually almost 700 pages in this resource for math facts!

Just to clarify, the first set in the resource has factors that go up to 10 (example: up to 10x10=100). The divisors go up to 10 (example: 100÷10=10). The second set in the resource has factors that go up to 12 (example: 12x12=144). The divisors go up to 12 (example: 144÷12=12).

Want to add on some fun extra practice with games? My low prep spinner games can be used in the center with these. While this set is effective on its own, you may want to add these to add some fun games for students to zoom through their math facts. Find the Math Fact Fluency Spinner Games here.

☆Looking for one similar to this for addition & subtraction? Find it sold separately here.

Materials Needed:

•colored paper or card stock (optional)

•binder rings

•popsicle sticks for space mask

•dry erase markers

•timers that show the seconds

•folders (optional)

•sand timers (optional)

*Note the video preview shows parts from the version for addition and subtraction. Make sure to look over the other preview to get a closer look at what the sheets look like for this set. They are all very similar, but the multiplication and division one does have more problems on the pages to make it more challenging for third through fifth grade students using these.


This resource for fluency with math facts is for personal use only and one license is for one classroom. Multiple licenses may be purchased for a discount.

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
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.


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