Use cardstock to duplicate the cards. You can print in color, or use different colored cardstock to make ONE OR as many sets of each number as needed. Use multi-colored zero page if you are making one set of each. Include the times 10 to times 12 page if desired.
1.Spread the cards out face up on a flat surface. Start with a 0 and build up until all the multiples have been collected. Printable IS optional.
2.Students can write one multiple by each number on the printable as they make each set.
3.Students draw the cards one at a a time and write the Multiplication Fact on the printable.
4. Students draw one card at a time and write the Division fact for that number on the printable.
DO NOT READ THE FOLLOWING PORTION UNLESS YOU WANT TO CUT A LOT OF CARDSTOCK.
You may want (IT IS ENTIRELY OPTIONAL) to make 9 Sets of Each Multiple.
Make one copy of the single colored zeroes page. Make 9 copies of the times 1 to times 9 page.
Make 3 copies of the times 10 to times 12 page if you want to include multiples all the way to 12s.
WITH 9 SETS this game can be played with one, two or more players using the activity in directions #1.
Each player should place the completed set aside and continue until all 9 sets have been made.
The student who makes the most sets can be the winner of the game.
Each student will need a copy. The blue set can be used for repetitive practice for one or a few multiples. It isn’t numbered. The rainbow set can be used as practice for all the multiples including 12s. The are NO 5s, 10s, 11s on the Printable.
This resource was created by Joyce Talbott copyright 2015. It may be printed and photocopied by the original purchaser for single classroom and personal use only and may not be put on the internet, sold, or distributed in any form