Looking for a fun, creative way to get your students to have multiplication fact fluency? This complete program is something that will do just that! It motivates students to learn the facts and to become fluent. The understanding and memorizing of the facts are differentiated because the students learn and master the facts at their own pace and ONLY once they understand the concept and foundation of multiplication. Once they master one fact group, they move on to the next group. As the students master certain groups they can earn a ticket to a classroom movie, popcorn, soda and candy. This excites them to keep mastery fact groups to earn more treats for the movie celebration. There is even a VIP section for students who master all the way through the 12 facts. Most of this practicing must be completed at home or during “free” time, so minimal class time is used. You should use about 15-30 minutes a week to introduce tricks and methods of memorizing different fact groups. You will need AT LEAST 12 weeks for this program if you want students to take one test each week on the fact groups 0-12, but I would suggest about 15 to 20 weeks. The facts are learned in the following order: 0, 1, 5, 10, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, and 12 facts.
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Movie Celebration Explained (2 pages)
Multiplication Goals Poster (1 page)
Ticket Pictures (1 page)
Popcorn Pictures (1 page)
Soda Pictures (1 page)
Candy Pictures (1 page)
Teacher Fact Recording Sheet - Editable (1 page)
Student Recording Sign (1 page)
Sample Letter to Parents/Family - Editable (1 page)
Pre and Post Test (1 page)
Victorious Problem Solvers (V.I.P.) Sign Page (1 page)
VIP Passes (1 page)
Fact Tests (0-12 Facts) (13 pages)
Award Certificates (4 pages)
Helpful Hints (1 page)
Common Core Standard - 3.OA.7 Fluently multiply within 100. Know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.
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