So many third grade math standards revolve around a student's understanding regarding the relationship between multiplication and division. By the end of third grade, students need to know, from memory, all of their multiplication facts with factors 0-9. Most of my fourth graders don't know this standard, so I created this PowerPoint.
The slides of flashcards consist of missing products and missing factors. The first slide shows two factors and the missing product. The next slide shows one of the same factors, but, this time, has the product and not the other factor. For example, the number bond with 3 and 4 as factors are on the first side with the product as the question mark. On the second slide, the product 12 is given and 3 is a factor. The question mark is now the missing factor, 4. This way, students can practice both missing products and factors on back-to-back slides, with the answers to both.
Flashcards with factors 1-9 are all included in this PowerPoint. Like all PowerPoints, the slides are easily moveable which can randomize the practice.