Students will use the multiplication bump games to work on fluency of facts. The activities can be used for math stations or small groups.
Students will use the paperclip to spin the spinner. They will take the number spun and multiply by the number at the top of the game board. Then, they will cover the product on the game board.
If a partner’s marker is already on the board, a student can “bump” off that marker. The partner takes back his/her marker and puts it back in the pile. If a student spins a number that he/she has already covered, then the marker can be placed on top, and that section is “locked” and can’t be bumped. The player who places all ten markers on the game board first is the winner of the game.
--Girl spinner (divided/numbered into 10 sections), color
--Girl spinner (divided/numbered into 10 sections), black and white
--Boy spinner (divided/numbered into 10 sections), color
--Boy spinner (divided/numbered into 10 sections), black and white
--Game boards (color and black/white version of each)
----Multiply by 2
----Multiply by 3
----Multiply by 4
----Multiply by 5
----Multiply by 6
----Multiply by 7
----Multiply by 8
----Multiply by 9
----Multiply by 10
----Multiply by facts 2-10, Christmas present themed
----Multiply by facts 2-10, Snowman themed
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