These stand up multiplication cards were designed for special needs children but they are great for all children. Students visually search the correct answer then use motor skills to select the correct answer card. Students with fine motor immaturity find these cards easy to grab.
The stand up cards can be used in math centers, in games, teacher/student direct instruction, student/student in cooperative learning, or for independent work where a student answers and checks his answer by looking at the back side of the standing card.
Print these on cardstock, cut out and fold on dotted line to create 13 stand up cards for each set. Stand all cards in the set with answer side facing the child. The teacher calls out the problem, using the mixed up list. The student grabs or points to the card with the correct answer. This may also be reversed with the teacher calling out the answer and the child finding the problem. I like to print each set on a different color of cardstock.
Two sets of each group may also be printed and the student stand the cards together matching each problem to an answer.
These may also be printed and the cards cut on the fold line. Match the problems and the answers together like puzzle pieces.