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This set includes 2 fun multiplication games that will motivate your students to learn their multiplication facts.
In Multiplication War students learn to multiply numbers and compare products. Students flip over their cards at the same time and multiply the numbers. The player with the largest product wins all cards. War happens when there are equivalent products. The student who has the most cards at the end of the game wins!
Shark Shake Up is a very exciting game to help students learn their multiplication facts. Students take turns choosing a card from the pile. If they pick a card and answer the multiplication fact correctly, they keep the card. Watch out if they chose a card with a Shark or a Rescue buoy on it. Kids love this game!
There are 2 versions in this set: a low-ink option with the fact families 1-12 and a regular, color-coded version with the fact families 1-10.
Also included is a multiplication chart for students to check their answers and a multiplication quiz for students to test their skills along with fun, foldable flash cards. These foldable flash cards make learning multiplication facts easy and fun! So easy to use! Simply cut on the black lines and fold on the dotted lines. These cards are simple, yet effective at helping students learn their basic facts.
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