# Mental Math Fluency Task Cards - Multiplication and Division

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Product Description
These mental math task cards are designed to guide students through mental problem solving of multiplication and division and to build fact fluency.

Each task card starts with a single- or double-digit number. Students are prompted to multiply and divide a sequence of numbers until they arrive at the solution. Each step is separated by a prompt to pause and think before moving on to the next step. A few cards also include prompts to "double it", "triple it", or "half it" to give students practice with that vocabulary.

Although these cards only involve two-digit numbers, they are challenging for any student not accustomed to using mental math strategies for multi-step problems and mixed operations.

These can be used in math centers, for Scoot, or as a whole group activity. My own class loves to have me call out the steps on a card. The first person to come up with the correct answer gets to draw the next card to be used. Each time we play, they get faster with their calculations. This really helps build fact fluency and problem solving strategies.

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