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Multiplication and Division Activities (I Have Who Has Game)

Multiplication and Division Activities (I Have Who Has Game)
Multiplication and Division Activities (I Have Who Has Game)
Multiplication and Division Activities (I Have Who Has Game)
Multiplication and Division Activities (I Have Who Has Game)
Multiplication and Division Activities (I Have Who Has Game)
Multiplication and Division Activities (I Have Who Has Game)
Multiplication and Division Activities (I Have Who Has Game)
Multiplication and Division Activities (I Have Who Has Game)
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Multiplication and Division Activities (I Have Who Has Game)

This “I Have/Who Has Multiplication and Division (Common Core Aligned Card Game)” resource has 26 cards with multiplication and division facts. Just print on cardstock and cut. Better yet, to make the cards last longer, print, cut and laminate them.

Conduct a practice game with your students so they understand how the game works. Tell your students that you will set a timer for 2 minutes, 5 minutes, or whatever, and that they need to finish the game before the timer goes off. As your students get better throughout the year, set the timer to shorter timing. Alternatively, you can time each session and record to monitor your students’ progress.

Suggestions on how to use/play:
• Deal out the cards in random to your students.
• Depending on the number of students in your class, some may get more than one card.
• Choose a student to start by reading their card aloud (For example: I have 10. Who has who has 8 x 7?).
• The student who has the card with the correct answer to the previous student’s “Who Has...” question reads their card aloud (For example: I have 56. Who has 72 ÷ 1?) And so on.
• Students must listen carefully for their turn and try not to break the chain.
• When the chain loops back to the first student, the game is over.

This resource is aligned with Common Core State Standards 3.OA.3 and 3.OA.7.

Thanks for your interest in my multiplication games resource. Thanks for being a blessing.

Jewel Pastor

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Total Pages
26 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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