This activity, created by Myeisha Phillips, is an activity designed to help students learn their basic multiplication facts 1-10. The activity is centered around looking at the multiplication table and breaking it down so that students are able to see that there aren't that many math facts to learn. It draws students' attention to the facts that they already know or the facts that are easiest to learn. It also has students color-coding these facts so that they can easily see the other facts apart of the fact families. The vocabulary focused in this activity is commutative property and perfect squares. This activity is great as a whole group activity, a small group activity, or a one-on-one activity. For students beginning to learn their multiplication facts, it's a great activity to do after they have learned the 1s, 2s, 5s, and 10s. For students in the upper grades who still struggle with their facts, it's a great activity to do to review the multiplication facts in a different way to help learning them seem more doable for students.