This activity should be used after you have taught about the three models of multiplication (repeated addition, groupings, and arrays). Each graphic should be cut out and taped/glued to an index card. You then hang the cards around the room. The students move about the classroom and identify what multiplication problem is associated with the graphic or the item. You will need to bring some hands-on items from home. I love this activity because it gets the students moving while engaged in independent practice. It also supports math talk. My students loved this, and I hope yours do too!