Students solve the multiplication / division facts and use the key at the bottom to solve the Mystery Message. The Mystery Message makes reference to a type of candy. As a reward for completing the worksheet, you can distribute the candy revealed to students who complete the worksheet successfully.
Kids will love the small rewards and the challenge of staying on top of their multiplication and division facts will be a fun exercise.
This packet includes 5 multiplication worksheets, 5 division worksheets, and 10 multiplication/ division worksheets.
-You’re a STAR in my GALAXY! - Starburst or Milkway candy
-SKITTLE on over and get your reward - Skittles candy
-There are no AIRHEADS in this group ! - Airheads candy
-I’m not playing any TWIX - You’re done - Twix candy bar
-You add POP to our classroom! - Popcorn, Popsicles, or Pop Rock candy
-No matter what - we STICK together ! - stick of gum
-We are going BANANAS over math facts! – Banana Laffy Taffy
-Are you HOOKED on math yet? - gummy worms
-ORANGE you glad you are done ! - Orange slices
-You were MINT to succeed. - peppermint or York peppermint candy
-Hint: Melts in your mouth not in your hands. - M & M candy
-You are one smart COOKIE - cookies (chocolate chip, Oreo, vanilla wafers)
-RAZZLE me with your knowledge. - Razzle candy
-You are on a ROLL– keep up the good work! - Tootsie Rolls
-You are O’FISH’ALLY awesome ! - goldfish crackers
-I have a BALL with you in my class. - gum balls or any round candy
-I can’t keep it BOTTLED up - you are amazing! - Bottle Caps candy
-Don’t let this worksheet TWIST your mind. - Twizzler candy
-You can count on me when things get STICKY. - cotton candy, gummy candies
-Good luck SMARTIE pants - not that you need it! - Smartie candies
Suggestions: Ask you parents to send in a bag of candy and reward students with 4 or 5 pieces.