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    Ways to Practice Multiplication Facts:

    1. The Array Game

      • This is a two player game. You will need graph paper (Printable Graph Paper), dice, and two different colored crayons.
      • On your turn, roll both dice and multiply the numbers. Create an array using those numbers. 3 x 2 would be 3 rows of 2. Color your array. The object of the game is to fill the board with arrays until no white space is showing.
    2. Choose an online game Math Fact Games or practice your facts by set Multiplication Fact Sets / Division Fact Sets

    3. Multiplication War

      • You will need a deck of cards. Face cards will count as 12 and Ace is 1. You can also use your flashcards for this game!
      • Just like the card game War, divide the deck evenly between 2 players. On each turn, both players turn over two cards and multiply the numbers. Whoever has the largest product “wins” the round and takes the cards. The object of the game is to have the most cards at the end of the game.
    4. Roll the Dice

      • You will need 2 dice, and paper to keep score.
      • In this simple game, roll the dice and multiply the numbers. You can play with multiple players and keep score of your products. The first person to get to 100 points wins!
    5. Make a multiplication flower

      • This is a great game to practice one set of facts.
      • Make a flower with 12 petals and one number in the center. Label each petal 1-12. Multiply the center number by the number on the petal and write the product outside the flower.
      • After making the flower, use it to practice counting by your fact, or use it to help you with your flash cards!
      • Multiplication Flower Template
    6. Make your own multiplication worksheet

    7. Multiplication squares game




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    Multiplication Flashcards Set: Multipication and Division Flashcard Sets

    Math Fact Homework Log: Math Fact Log