Self-Check Multiplication Flashcards!
The thing I love about these flashcards is that your students can focus on conquering one set of multiples at a time. I have separated each multiple with their own cover card to keep them nice and organized. In my classroom, as you will read below, I color code each stack of cards. For example, my multiples of 3 flashcards are a different color than all of the multiples of 4 set.
-Multiples of 1 (1-12)
-Multiples of 2 (1-12)
-Multiples of 3 (1-12)
-Multiples of 4 (1-12)
-Multiples of 5 (1-12)
-Multiples of 6 (1-12)
-Multiples of 7 (1-12)
-Multiples of 8 (1-12)
-Multiples of 9 (1-12)
-Multiples of 10 (1-12)
-Multiples of 11 (1-12)
-Multiples of 12 (1-12)
ALL with double sided option with answers on the back for self check!
-Print on cardstock double sided (I say cardstock because if you print double sided on regular paper, you can see through and see the answer on the other side).
-Laminate & cut!
-In my classroom, I have color coded each set of flashcards depending on the multiple. For example my ”multiples of 3” stack is pink, where my “multiples of 4” stack is blue.
-Hole punch and put set of cards on a ring (this keeps them neat and organized)
-I color coordinate my flashcards to match with my multiplication ice cream cone growth chart (can be found in my TPT store!).
-PRACTICE PRACTICE PRACTICE!