There are two options for the scoot: One with 6 slots and one with 8. You will set up stations around the room. You can set up multiple of each station to allow for each student to be at a different station. There is also a blank page to write in your own types of groups or materials.
Students will roll a dice, use a spinner, and flip over a playing card to decide how many groups, and how many items will go in each group. They will then represent their multiplication problem in a picture, repeated addition sentence, and multiplication sentence.
I hope your students enjoy this activity as much as mine did! It was a great to get them moving around while giving them the opportunity to represent multiplication in many different scenarios!