Multiplication Chart Fun! These activities have been great fun for my class. We play them as centers and they are fun for early finishers.
This product includes worksheets that work through the multiplication chart. Students start with filling in the equations that go along with the corresponding square in the multiplication chart. They then begin filling in one missing number, followed by two and even three numbers. There are answer keys provided for easy assessing for teachers!
Concentration (memory game): Whatever you call it this game has been a hit in my classroom. Two different games are provided for students. The yellow set is easier and the orange set it more difficult for advanced learners. Directions are provided.
Three sets of puzzles are made for you to cut. I laminate, then cut, then baggie for students to have ultimate fun again and again. The yellow set is meant to be cut in the easiest way, then the orange more difficult and finally the red is meant to be cut in a way that creates a real challenge.
Multiplication Chart Races:
Who doesn't love a bit of healthy competition? The last multiplication charts have numbers missing for students to fill in. Print multiple copies so students can race against each other. Continuing with the theme, the yellow is easiest, the orange more difficult and the red is for the students who need some difficulty.
Answer keys are provided. I hope you and your students have a much fun as my class and I did!