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If you're looking for some new ways for your students to practice their multiplication facts, this bundle is for you! There are ten exciting multiplication fact games included that allow students to build their multiplication fact fluency.

**If you were to buy all of these games separately, it would cost you $30. This bundle pack saves you $20!**

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**Emoji Multiplication Fact Error Analysis **

Students practice their multiplication facts with emojis! There are 144 multiplication fact cards included. Half of them are correct and half are incorrect! Students have to sort the emoji frowns and smiles based on if each fact is correct. I like to split this up into 12 separate games. I print each set of facts (the 1st, the 2s, the 3s, the 4s, etc.) on a different color of cardstock. Then, I print out one set of smiley faces for each set of cards (print the emojis 12 times and put one set with each game). Half of each set of cards will require a smiley face and half will require a frown. That means there are 6 correct facts and 6 incorrect facts in each set of facts. During math centers, students grab the bag that has the multiplication fact they are currently working on. Then, they have to sort the emojis based on which is correct and incorrect. The cards don't get mixed up because they're printed on different colored card stock. It's also easy differentiation for everyone!

**QR Codes Multiplication Fact Game **

This game is the perfect way for students to practice their multiplication facts with a dose of technology! Students have to solve each multiplication fact. Then, they scan the QR code and write the letter of the code on top of the corresponding multiplication fact.

**Grab It: Multiplication Facts Game **

Students practice their multiplication facts from 0-12. The great thing about this game is that you can differentiate it and only use the facts that YOU want your students practicing! In this game, students practice their multiplication facts by matching each rectangle card to the answer circle card. Students lay down all of the answer circles on the playing area. They split up the rectangle cards equally between all players (2-6 players can play!). Students each flip up their first rectangle card. The first person to find their matching answer circle wins the round.

**Line Them Up: Multiplication Facts Game **

This game called Line Them Up helps students practice their multiplication facts in a fun, fluent way! How to Play? Students find the START card. Whatever multiplication fact is under the START line is the first equation that needs to be solved. Once students have the answer, they find the card with the answer. The answer card will have another multiplication fact on it. Students continue to line the cards up under one another until they reach the finish! Students get to race individually, against the clock, in partners, teams, as a whole group, or even against you (the teacher!) if you so choose! This game is flexible and can be used so many different ways. This game can take anywhere from approximately 10-30 minutes if playing alone or in partners. It can also take as little as 5 minutes if playing whole class or as a review of multiplication facts!

**Alien Encounter: Multiplication Facts Game **

In this game called Alien Encounter, students practice their multiplication facts by drawing cards out of a bag. If they pull out a space card with a multiplication fact on it, they have to solve the card in under five seconds. If they get it right, they get to keep it. If they get it wrong, it goes back in the bag. BUT, if the pull out an alien, ALL their cards go back in the bag. My kids love playing this game because they never know who's going to win. In this game, skill level doesn't matter so much and students are on equal ground thanks to the aliens.

**1 Minute: Multiplication Fact Game **

Students compete in pairs to see who can answer the most multiplication fact questions in a minute. My students love to use the graph to chart their progress to see how much they are growing each time we play this game. The first student goes twice in a row and tries to answer as many facts as they can. Next, the second student does the same thing. Whoever GROWS more in the two turns wins. This game is great for all students because it is not about who knows the most multiplication facts. This game is about which student is GROWING the most.

**Math Wars: Multiplication Fact Game **

I use this game in my classroom to practice multiplication facts as a whole class. There are so many different ways to change the game up a little to keep it interesting! This game ensures that every student is practicing their multiplication facts while keeping students moving! The students work together as a team to earn the most points. This is by far my favorite multiplication game. This game practice facts from 0-12. If you only teach certain multiplication facts, pull out the ones you don't need! This game is very flexible and easy to change to fit the needs of your classroom! Step by step instructions are included inside (with pictures!) to help you understand how to play and what the rules are.

**Bucket Filler: Multiplication Fact Game**

This game is used to practice multiplication facts in the classroom. Each question has multiple multiplication facts on it to help students practice with every factor. It's a whole group math game that my students LOVE! Students get to get out of their seats and answer problems all over the room. They then have a chance to win a prize depending on how many "buckets" they were able to fill. The best part is--the students have no idea how much they are learning! This game is a great practice or review game to see who understands a concept you are teaching and who is still struggling with the material. Every bucket filler game comes with 24 questions and an answer key!

** Math Spoons: Multiplication Facts Game **

This is a math game that helps students practice their 0 to 12 multiplication facts. If you are familiar with the game of spoons, this game is the same--except it uses math concepts instead! The Math Spoons Multiplication Facts Game comes with playing cards/task cards, directions how to play, and an answer key.

** Multiplication Fact Puzzles **

These multiplication puzzles are a great way for students to practice multiplication facts in math. There are 5 puzzles included, ranging from Easy to Very Hard. Differentiate and give your students the puzzle that's appropriate for them. I have used these whole group, in small groups, with a partner, and during math centers. My students LOVE when they finish putting together the Very Hard puzzle and have mastered all 5.

**Check out each one individually:**

Multiplication Fact Puzzles

Emoji Error Analyis Multiplication Facts Game

QR Codes Multiplication Facts Game

Grab It: Multiplication Facts Game

Line Them Up: Multiplication Facts Game

Alien Encounter: Multiplication Facts Game

1 Minute: Multiplication Facts Game

Math Wars: Multiplication Facts Game

Bucket Filler: Multiplication Facts Game

Math Spoons: Multiplication Facts Game

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Students practice their multiplication facts with emojis! There are 144 multiplication fact cards included. Half of them are correct and half are incorrect! Students have to sort the emoji frowns and smiles based on if each fact is correct. I like to split this up into 12 separate games. I print each set of facts (the 1st, the 2s, the 3s, the 4s, etc.) on a different color of cardstock. Then, I print out one set of smiley faces for each set of cards (print the emojis 12 times and put one set with each game). Half of each set of cards will require a smiley face and half will require a frown. That means there are 6 correct facts and 6 incorrect facts in each set of facts. During math centers, students grab the bag that has the multiplication fact they are currently working on. Then, they have to sort the emojis based on which is correct and incorrect. The cards don't get mixed up because they're printed on different colored card stock. It's also easy differentiation for everyone!

This game is the perfect way for students to practice their multiplication facts with a dose of technology! Students have to solve each multiplication fact. Then, they scan the QR code and write the letter of the code on top of the corresponding multiplication fact.

Students practice their multiplication facts from 0-12. The great thing about this game is that you can differentiate it and only use the facts that YOU want your students practicing! In this game, students practice their multiplication facts by matching each rectangle card to the answer circle card. Students lay down all of the answer circles on the playing area. They split up the rectangle cards equally between all players (2-6 players can play!). Students each flip up their first rectangle card. The first person to find their matching answer circle wins the round.

This game called Line Them Up helps students practice their multiplication facts in a fun, fluent way! How to Play? Students find the START card. Whatever multiplication fact is under the START line is the first equation that needs to be solved. Once students have the answer, they find the card with the answer. The answer card will have another multiplication fact on it. Students continue to line the cards up under one another until they reach the finish! Students get to race individually, against the clock, in partners, teams, as a whole group, or even against you (the teacher!) if you so choose! This game is flexible and can be used so many different ways. This game can take anywhere from approximately 10-30 minutes if playing alone or in partners. It can also take as little as 5 minutes if playing whole class or as a review of multiplication facts!

In this game called Alien Encounter, students practice their multiplication facts by drawing cards out of a bag. If they pull out a space card with a multiplication fact on it, they have to solve the card in under five seconds. If they get it right, they get to keep it. If they get it wrong, it goes back in the bag. BUT, if the pull out an alien, ALL their cards go back in the bag. My kids love playing this game because they never know who's going to win. In this game, skill level doesn't matter so much and students are on equal ground thanks to the aliens.

Students compete in pairs to see who can answer the most multiplication fact questions in a minute. My students love to use the graph to chart their progress to see how much they are growing each time we play this game. The first student goes twice in a row and tries to answer as many facts as they can. Next, the second student does the same thing. Whoever GROWS more in the two turns wins. This game is great for all students because it is not about who knows the most multiplication facts. This game is about which student is GROWING the most.

I use this game in my classroom to practice multiplication facts as a whole class. There are so many different ways to change the game up a little to keep it interesting! This game ensures that every student is practicing their multiplication facts while keeping students moving! The students work together as a team to earn the most points. This is by far my favorite multiplication game. This game practice facts from 0-12. If you only teach certain multiplication facts, pull out the ones you don't need! This game is very flexible and easy to change to fit the needs of your classroom! Step by step instructions are included inside (with pictures!) to help you understand how to play and what the rules are.

This game is used to practice multiplication facts in the classroom. Each question has multiple multiplication facts on it to help students practice with every factor. It's a whole group math game that my students LOVE! Students get to get out of their seats and answer problems all over the room. They then have a chance to win a prize depending on how many "buckets" they were able to fill. The best part is--the students have no idea how much they are learning! This game is a great practice or review game to see who understands a concept you are teaching and who is still struggling with the material. Every bucket filler game comes with 24 questions and an answer key!

This is a math game that helps students practice their 0 to 12 multiplication facts. If you are familiar with the game of spoons, this game is the same--except it uses math concepts instead! The Math Spoons Multiplication Facts Game comes with playing cards/task cards, directions how to play, and an answer key.

These multiplication puzzles are a great way for students to practice multiplication facts in math. There are 5 puzzles included, ranging from Easy to Very Hard. Differentiate and give your students the puzzle that's appropriate for them. I have used these whole group, in small groups, with a partner, and during math centers. My students LOVE when they finish putting together the Very Hard puzzle and have mastered all 5.

Multiplication Fact Puzzles

Emoji Error Analyis Multiplication Facts Game

QR Codes Multiplication Facts Game

Grab It: Multiplication Facts Game

Line Them Up: Multiplication Facts Game

Alien Encounter: Multiplication Facts Game

1 Minute: Multiplication Facts Game

Math Wars: Multiplication Facts Game

Bucket Filler: Multiplication Facts Game

Math Spoons: Multiplication Facts Game

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