This is a new twist on the use of two staples of elementary school math; the number line and the multiplication table. This appeals especially to those that love football, providing them a fun way to practice math facts. Print using the "portrait" orientation to make a pocket size version of the images. Use the "landscape" orientation for larger images. Make as many copies as you'd like. I suggest separating the two surfaces and laminating or printing on a firm stock, and you may also separate the strip below the football field images, which has the basic elements of addition represented, ie; 0-10, "MT" is for making 10, "D" is for doubles. This reminds beginning students of the basics of addition that they need to master. All Feb. 2017 profits from this printable is to go to Boys and Girls Clubs! This is also available on a thick stock with a glossy coating at MathCubeFootball.com. A variety of other activities and lesson ideas are also described on MathCubeFootball.com.