Time to Tile: Multi-Digit Multiplication is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while developing algebraic thinking. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Time to Tile cards in order to correctly complete the multiplication problems.
This resource includes:
•30 different Time to Tile cards
•An “Answer Recording Sheet,” where students can record their answers so they can be corrected later. This allows the resource to be used as a perfect independent or center activity.
•Management and organization tips for successfully implementing Time to Tile in your classroom.
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More Time to Tile resources:
Time to Tile: Equivalent Fractions
Time to Tile: Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions
Time to Tile: Balancing Equations
Time to Tile: Order of Operations
Time to Tile: Adding and Subtracting
Time to Tile: Long Division
Time to Tile: Function Tables
Time to Tile: Area and Perimeter
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