Looking for an engaging activity for your students to practice, reinforce, and learn their multiplication facts? This is it!
Teachers are always looking for various ways for my students to learn, practice, and reinforce their multiplication facts. I have found that children become totally engaged when playing games.
This game is similar to Jeopardy
(without answering in the form of a question).
Break the students up into 4 teams. The teams take turns selecting a question tile. Then they read the question, answer, and check their answer. Finally if the team gives the correct answer they flip to the scoreboard and tap their student to earn points. Play continues until all the slides have been viewed. The team with the most points wins!
Variations: I find that allowing the student teams to rotate answering questions keeps all the children engaged (that way all of the kids feel they are playing the game). Another more competitive game would be to allow the teams to “earn” the question choice by “buzzing” in first with the answer. (I have buzzers that I purchased at Amazon – or simply by raising their hands first.
* Multiplication Facts - 6 thru 10 (facts in order)
* Multiplication Facts - 6 thru 10 (facts random order)