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Looking for ways to make multiplication homework fun and engaging? There definitely aren't enough hours in the school day for kids to learn all the multiplication facts so sending home a game made for homework is ideal.
Multiplication strategy games contain 15 black ink games that have been designed to be used for reviewing multiplication strategies. They are perfect for homework but can also be used for morning work, as a math center or to place in your sub tub.
Each game has a fold-down section which illustrates the multiplication strategy that should be used when answering the equations. This can be opened if the child is unsure of the answer. If you are using the games for homework, parents can also use this section to read about the strategy. A recording sheet which requires that the child writes up to twenty of their facts is included.
Games are as follows:
• Multiplying by 0 and 1 – the answer is always zero – 0x; the answer is the number you multiplied – 1x
• Multiplying by 2 – relating to the doubles addition facts
• Multiplying by 3 – counting on threes
• Multiplying by 4 - Double the double
• Multiplying by 5 – two games are given, one that focuses on counting in 5s, the other relating the five times table to a clock face
• Multiplying by 6 –no strategy is given but the strategy section highlights the fact that if you know your 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9 and 10 times tables there are only 3 facts to learn
• Multiplying by 7 –no strategy is given but the strategy section highlights the fact that if you know your 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9 and 10 times tables there are only 2 facts to learn
• Multiplying by 8 –no strategy is given but the strategy sections highlights the fact that if you know your 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9 and 10 times tables there is only 1 fact to learn
• Multiplying by 9 – two strategies are given; using fingers and the sum of the digits equaling nine
• Multiplying by 10 – relating to place value
The above games all cover facts 1x – 10x (no 11x or 12x tables are included in these games)
• Multiplying by 11 – doubling the digits or adding the outside digits
• Multiplying by 12 – breaking the equation onto 10x + 2x
PLUS a mixture of strategies
• Mixed Multiplication to 10
• Mixed Multiplication to 12
All games are in black and white to save on printing costs making them perfect to paste in homework or morning workbooks. Don't forget to download the preview.
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