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# Multiplication Facts Game | Multiplication Fact Fluency

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### Description

Grab It! Students practice their multiplication facts from 1-12 in this multiplication facts game. The great thing about this multiplication fact fluency game is it's easy-to-learn, fun, and engaging to ALL students! Choose any set of facts you want your students to practice. This aligns with 3.OA.7. Third, fourth, and fifth graders will love this game!

Kindergarten Grab it Games

What Is Grab It?

This is a game where students race to find the answer first. Whenever they see the correct card, they grab it! This is a perfect game for 3rd grade, 4th grade, or 5th grade with math fact fluency.

Benefits of Grab it

• easy to play
• easy to differentiate
• color and black & white versions
• multiple ways to play

How to Play Grab It

• Step 1: Layout all circle cards. Put all rectangle cards in a stack with students sitting right in front of the stack.
• Step 2: Students race to grab that card's answer that is on top first.
• Step 3: The person who finds the answer first gets to keep it as a point.
• Step 4: Play continues until you run out of rectangle cards. The person with the most cards at the end wins.

Alternative Ways to Play Grab It:

• Instead of each kid looking for the same card, divide the rectangle cards in half and have students race to find their match before their partner does.
• Students work together to match all the cards.
• Students can play in teams instead of individually.
• Students play twice. They time themselves to see if they can match up all cards in a quicker amount of time the second time.
• Students both get their own matching card to look for, but a player cannot move on till their partner has found their match too.
• Layout the circle cards all over the room. Give each child in your class a rectangle card and they need to go all around the room to find their match. When they find it, give them another rectangle card.
• Play with the whole class. Layout the circles all over the room. Show students a rectangle card. Let students race to find the answer first.

What Skills?

• x 1 Facts
• x 2 Facts
• x 3 Facts
• x 4 Facts
• x 5 Facts
• x 6 Facts
• x 7 Facts
• x 8 Facts
• x 9 Facts
• x 10 Facts
• x 11 Facts
• x 12 Facts

All Grab it games are aligned to common core standards and Texas TEKS. Students can play these multiplication math games in partners, independently, in small groups, or as a whole class! Once you teach students how to play the game, they can play it over and over again with a variety of skills.

These Grab It Games are great as 3rd grade math activities, 4th grade math spiral review, 5th grade math review, 3rd grade math review, 4th grade math games, third grade math activities, fourth grade math games, fifth grade math centers, partner activities, whole class games, independent math games, and more.

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This game is also available for other math facts!

Grab it: Subtraction Facts

Grab It: Multiplication Facts

Grab It: Division Facts

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### Standards

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 ร 5 = 40, one knows 40 รท 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.