Here's a fun way to review the multiplication tables. This game provides practice to build fluency in multiplying one-digit whole numbers by multiples of 10 in the range 10-90 as described by CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.NBT.A.3.
You can run the cards off on cardstock, cut to size, and laminate them for a
permanent game solution. You can also run them off on paper and have the students cross off the answer as they solve the problems. The game can be played by small groups at a center. I included blanks that students can use to create questions and boards. Based on your allowed time, you can play five in a row, just the corners, or cover the whole board.
Since all of the possible combinations of multiplication problems are provided, there will be duplication of answers. I spread the calling cards out and as soon as I see an answer that will have duplicates ( for example the number 12), I remove duplicates as I come to them.
Another way to handle this issue is to remove ahead or pick and choose groups of tables you want to concentrate your efforts on.
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