Multiplication Facts: Where is the Mistake? engages your students’ number-sleuthing skills. Students search through a completed multiplication grid trying to find the errors. Sometimes “49” is substituted for “48” in a square. Or “20” and “25” are reversed in a column or row. All 25 problems are followed by a slide showing the answer (in red, with an arrow).
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If you would like some multiplication packets or slideshows, then click on any of these links:
Multiplication Facts: Where is the Mistake
Multiplication: Find the Errors
Multiplication Chart Madness
Multiplication: What is Missing
Multiplication Sequence Game
The Five-minute Multiplication Challenge
Multiplication Facts in Five Minutes
Multiplication from 1x1 to 10x10