As a math interventionist, I have learned that the most effective way for children to learn math is through visuals or manipulatives. Too many times we just give our students multiplication tables or charts when working on math assignments when they don't yet have their multiplication facts mastered. Children soon begin to rely on these charts. After years of looking, I was unable to find a good tool for children to learn multiplication fact strategies that incorporated a visual to show the multiplication process. So, I put together this. It has been extremely beneficial for all students, but especially those who struggle to develop efficient and effective multiplication fact strategies. Using this tool, students quickly learn why they change 9 facts to 10's, or how they can split 7's into fives and twos. Also, when kids are working on math tasks that involve multiplication, I give them this tool and they QUICKLY learn the strategies because they would much rather use the strategies than count every dot on the page. Great for students in grades 3 - 5.