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# Weekly Multiplication Games | Print and Digital

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1. This bundle includes everything you need to teach multiplication facts for fluency and understanding! You'll find no prep games for every week of the school year, a math fact booklet for each set of multiplication facts, AND a multiplication tool kit that's FULL of resources. Multiplication Fact Boo
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### Description

Get 30 weeks worth of multiplication games that are PERFECT for homework and would make a great center or station activity. All of the games are no prep, and the only materials needed are common household items. This makes learning multiplication facts fun!

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What's included?

There are 30 different multiplication games that can be sent home as a weekly multiplication game. The games are all so fun that students won't realize they're studying multiplication facts as they are playing! The games are organized by materials needed: playing cards, dice, common household items, and electronic. I have only included three electronic games, since I wanted the games to be accessible to all students.

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List of Games

Card Games

Pg. 5 Multiplication War-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 6 Whatâ€™s My Number-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 7 Write the Equation-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 8 Race to 500-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 9 Marker Multiplication-1 through 6 facts

Pg. 10 Use the Factors-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 11 Representing Multiplication-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 12 Flip the Cards-one set of multiplication facts (any one set)

Dice Games

Pg. 14 Cards and Dice-1 through 6 multiplication facts

Pg. 15 Beat the Clock-1 through 6 multiplication facts

Pg. 16 Race to the Top-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 17 Cover the Number-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 18 Race to 20-one set of multiplication facts (any one set)

Pg. 19 Race to 100-1 through 6 multiplication facts

Paper Games

Pg. 21 Multiplication Matching-one set or mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 22 Make it Stick-one set or mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 23 Multiplication Flash Cards-one set or mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 24 Multiplication Tic-Tac-Toe-one set or mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 25 Nickel Fun-5 multiplication facts

Pg. 26 Rock, Paper, Multiply-1 through 5 multiplication facts

Pg. 27 Mixed Up Multiplication-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 28 Multiplication Fortune Teller-3 multiplication facts

Pg. 29 Triangle Puzzle-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 30 Multiplication Books-mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 31 Multiplication Game Board-one set or mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 32 Least to Greatest-one set or mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 33 Math Dance-one set or mixed multiplication facts

Electronic Games

Pg. 35 Multiplication Songs-one set or mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 36 Multiplication Apps-one set or mixed multiplication facts

Pg. 37 Multiplication Websites-one set or mixed multiplication facts

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More Multiplication Ideas

Multiplication Facts Booklet

No Prep Multiplication

Total Pages
36 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 Ã— 5 = 40, one knows 40 Ã· 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two one-digit numbers.