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This is a bundle of 8 different multiplication fact practice activities. Each activity is packed with opportunities for differentiation and tailoring to meet your students' individual needs. These can be used as centers, for fast finishers, with small group instruction, and so much more! This bundle is a total of 157 pages!

This bundle includes:

Multiplication Fact Practice: Cut and Paste

Multiplication Fact Practice: Target Dice Roll

Multiplication Fact Practice:Spin a Number

Multiplication Fact Practice: Roll and Solve Game

Multiplication Fact Practice: Factor Flip

Multiplication Fact Practice: Picture Puzzles

Multiplication Fact Practice: Jumbo Dice

Multiplication Fact Practice: Multiply and draw

Multiplication Fact Practice: Cut and Paste

Students can cut out the math facts, sort them based on the product, and glue the math facts where appropriate. Each page comes with a written component as well for additional practice.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Target Dice Roll

Students choose one of the 9 different "Target" pages. They roll a die and write the number in the middle of the target. Then they complete the math circle by multiplying the middle number with all the numbers around it, filling in the blanks. Students are motivated and engaged as they practice their math facts in a game-like fashion.

Multiplication Fact Practice:Spin a Number

This multiplication activity uses a paperclip and pencil to create a spinner. Students spin a number and use that number to complete the math facts, then solve. There are entire pages devoted to specific facts (such as the 5's) as well as pages with mixed facts.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Roll and Solve Game

This multiplication activity uses a die and can be done with a partner or independently. Students roll a number (or 2 numbers) and use that number to complete the math facts, then solve. There are entire pages devoted to specific facts (such as the 5's) as well as pages with mixed facts.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Factor Flip

This is a math activity that helps students learn and practice their math facts. Students can use the provided printable cards to flip over and fill in the missing factors on their paper. Then they can solve for the product.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Picture Puzzles

Students solve the math facts and match them with the correct product to create a picture puzzle. Students can work independently or with a partner. I like to use all 10 puzzles as a center and allow the students to work their way through several during center time.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Jumbo Dice

Students can use the provided dice templates to roll and record their math facts and solve for the product. There are also game sheets so students can play against each other trying to get the highest product.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Multiply and draw

Students spin a paperclip spinner (copied right on the page..ie NO PREP) and answer a math fact from that section. Once they complete all the math facts in a section, they can draw that part of the picture. There are entire pages devoted to specific facts (facts 2-12's).

Each of these activities is available in my store individually.

This bundle includes:

Multiplication Fact Practice: Cut and Paste

Multiplication Fact Practice: Target Dice Roll

Multiplication Fact Practice:Spin a Number

Multiplication Fact Practice: Roll and Solve Game

Multiplication Fact Practice: Factor Flip

Multiplication Fact Practice: Picture Puzzles

Multiplication Fact Practice: Jumbo Dice

Multiplication Fact Practice: Multiply and draw

Multiplication Fact Practice: Cut and Paste

Students can cut out the math facts, sort them based on the product, and glue the math facts where appropriate. Each page comes with a written component as well for additional practice.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Target Dice Roll

Students choose one of the 9 different "Target" pages. They roll a die and write the number in the middle of the target. Then they complete the math circle by multiplying the middle number with all the numbers around it, filling in the blanks. Students are motivated and engaged as they practice their math facts in a game-like fashion.

Multiplication Fact Practice:Spin a Number

This multiplication activity uses a paperclip and pencil to create a spinner. Students spin a number and use that number to complete the math facts, then solve. There are entire pages devoted to specific facts (such as the 5's) as well as pages with mixed facts.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Roll and Solve Game

This multiplication activity uses a die and can be done with a partner or independently. Students roll a number (or 2 numbers) and use that number to complete the math facts, then solve. There are entire pages devoted to specific facts (such as the 5's) as well as pages with mixed facts.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Factor Flip

This is a math activity that helps students learn and practice their math facts. Students can use the provided printable cards to flip over and fill in the missing factors on their paper. Then they can solve for the product.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Picture Puzzles

Students solve the math facts and match them with the correct product to create a picture puzzle. Students can work independently or with a partner. I like to use all 10 puzzles as a center and allow the students to work their way through several during center time.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Jumbo Dice

Students can use the provided dice templates to roll and record their math facts and solve for the product. There are also game sheets so students can play against each other trying to get the highest product.

Multiplication Fact Practice: Multiply and draw

Students spin a paperclip spinner (copied right on the page..ie NO PREP) and answer a math fact from that section. Once they complete all the math facts in a section, they can draw that part of the picture. There are entire pages devoted to specific facts (facts 2-12's).

Each of these activities is available in my store individually.

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157 pages

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