Multiplication Fact Practice Games | Multiplication Facts Fluency

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These multiplication fact games are perfect for multiplication fact fluency! Third and fourth grade students will get some extra practice with their multiplication facts while completing a fun team-building game at the same time. It's the perfect way for 3rd and 4th grade students to get multiplication fact practice while collaborating throughout the year.

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Back to School Multiplication Facts Game

Lay the apples out all over the floor of your classroom. Have kids find matches that go together. Students can play individually or in teams!

Fall Multiplication Facts Game

Give each team a basket and explain they have to fill it up with acorns that match the answers in their basket. The first team to find all of the answers that go in their basket wins!

Halloween Multiplication Facts Game

Give each team a set of haunted houses. Tell everyone the first team to find all of the ghosts that belong in their haunted houses wins. You can either race to see which team gets their house filled up first or have a time limit and see which team finds the most ghosts in the time given.

Thanksgiving Multiplication Facts Game

Give each team a set of feathers and a set of turkeys in their corner of the room. Explain that students have to match up the correct feathers with each turkey. It’s a race to see which team can finish sorting the feathers correctly first.

Christmas Multiplication Facts Game

Each team tries to fill out their recording sheet first with all of the equations and answers. The first team to finish finding all of their presents and turn their work into the teacher wins! I normally give out a small prize.

Winter Multiplication Facts Game

Put the strips of snowman bodies on the floor. Give each team a set of multiplication fact snowballs. Students walk along the snowman body to find the corresponding fact that goes with their answer. The first team to finish gluing all snowballs on wins.

Valentine's Day Multiplication Facts Game

Put the pieces all over the classroom for students to hunt down. Explain to students the goal is to find their color puzzle pieces and put their puzzle back together again. Once they put one puzzle together, give that team a point on the board. Let them put the pieces back out around the room for another team to find and then start looking for a different colored puzzle.

St. Patrick's Day Multiplication Facts Game

Spread the clovers out all over your room. Give each team a recording sheet with a list of answers they must find. The first team to find all of the clovers on their “Lucky Numbers” list wins!

Easter Multiplication Facts Game

Lay out the bunnies all over the floor for kids to find.

Explain to students that the bunnies got loose from the farm! It’s their job to find every one and record it’s equation next to each bunny’s name!

Spring Multiplication Facts Game

Lay out the chicks and hens. Put the hens on one side of the room and the chicks on the other side. Explain to students that their job is to work as a group to put all of the chicks with their correct mama hen! The kids can only pick up one chick at a time. They pick up a chick and find it’s mommy hen.. The kids race against the clock to see how quickly they can sort all of the chicks.

Summer Whole Group Multiplication Facts Game

Lay out the ice cream cones all over your floor. Explain to students they’ll be making ice cream cones just like the sample ones shown (yellow ones). Their goal is to find the ice cream scoops they need to make the ice cream cones look like the orders customers are asking for. Each team starts with a pre-made ice cream cone (customer order) and an ice cream cone. Kids will hunt the room to look for the ice cream scoops they need. : Kids build up the ice cream cone in the same order as the customer order (yellow). When kids build the ice cream cone the whole way to the top, they get to grab another customer order from the teacher. It’s race to see who can build the most ice cream cones!

Students will practice their multiplication skills and multiplication fact fluency. Every game aligns with standard 3.OA.7 and works well in third grade and fourth grade classrooms.

Perfect For:

✅ a whole group review

✅ fast finishers

✅ math centers

✅ small groups

✅ extra practice

✅ fun surprise treat

✅ aligned to Common Core

✅ 3rd/4th Grade Level

✅ multiplication fact fluency

✅ low-prep math activities

✅ engaging, fun, rigorous

This aligns with 3rd Grade Texas TEKS:

  • TEKS 3.4F: recall facts to multiply up to 10 by 10 with automaticity and recall the corresponding division facts

Different Ways to Play:

Everyone's class is different! Every multiplication game comes with different ways to play so you can differentiate the game so it fits into your classroom!


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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 × 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.


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