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# Multiplication Game – 4 in a row

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A fun multiplication game that reinforces knowledge of the 1x1 to 9x9 facts.

Included:
♦ 4 game boards (numbers are arranged differently on each board)
♦ Instructions
♦ Multiplication grid (to support lower ability students)

Provided in colour and black/white.

Click on PREVIEW above to see examples.

How to Play:
Player A starts by placing a marker under (or on) two of the alien numbers at the bottom of the game board. Player A multiplies these two numbers together and covers that answer on the board with one of their counters. Player B moves one of the markers to a new number. Player B multiplies these two numbers together and covers that answer on the board with one of their counters. Play continues in this way, with players taking alternate turns and moving only one of the markers each time. If a player moves a marker to make a multiplication question where the answer is already covered, they lose their turn. The winner is the player who makes a row of 4 with their counters. The row may be horizontal, diagonal or vertical.

Number of players: 2

Equipment: counters and markers (The markers are used to show which two 'alien' numbers are being multiplied together. You could use counters, paper clips, little sticks, etc.)

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