Have you ever worried about giving a group of students a game to play independently, because you weren't sure that ANY of them knew the skill well enough to check the others' answers? I know I have. That's why I like all my games to be self-checking.*Requires Laminating*
This is a simple-to-play game that will ensure students are practicing correctly. It can be played like regular "Kaboom". I also included the option to play it where players might draw a "Bonus" card (instead of a "Kaboom" card). This way, players don't have to give up their cards, and they have an extra card to count at the end of the game. We have all had that student who might pitch a fit if he or she had the most cards and then had to give them all back when he or she drew a "Kaboom" card.
Students first learning multiplication facts can benefit from a visual reminder of what multiplication means. These cards have incomplete arrays and a corresponding multiplication problem on the outside. On the inside, the array is filled in and the answer is shown.
I have also included in this pack full-size arrays that you can print and use a variety of ways.