Multiplication Illustrated in 4 Ways: Comment below and share how you like teaching (illustrating, modeling…) multiplication with your students.

Read more →Buy it nowSell digital downloads(or get it on TPT here) Download a free sample (4 mazes with answer sheet) here, NO email optin required Multiplication rules are important for students to memorize, but practicing these can be a bore; these 55 mazes/worksheets (vertical and horizontal so a

Read more →Here’s a fun game that you can play with the students in your classroom to get their mental juices going! Begin with a simple whole number like 5. Then start giving the students operations that they should perform in their heads. Use a variety of all four operations and make sure the directions you give will yield whole numbers.

Read more →The object of the game is to win as many cards as possible from the other players. The game ends when one player has all of the cards, or, if that does not happen, when a predetermined time limit expires. To play the game, each player turns

Read more →Old Maid Math (Get all 4 games in one package for 50% off) Number of Players: Two to six This math file folder game set includes practice in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Have fun practicing addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division facts with your students in a

Read more →Slapping: Multiplication & Division Buy this Game on TeachersPayTeachers – $4 Number of Players Two Number of Pages 34 Materials Twelve sets of four cards. In each set the four cards show basic multiplication & division combinations for the same product/quotient. Rules: Before play starts the player agree

Read more →Submitted by: Becky and also Amanda Multiplication War Use a regular deck of cards and divide them up evenly among two players (like war). (but you could play with more players, it would be more challenging) Players both flip a card over at the same time and multiple

Read more →Submitted by Keri Using an inflatable cube, write 6 numbers on each side. Toss the inflatable cube and catch it with two hands. Whatever two numbers your hands are on, you have to multiply the numbers or add whichever you are working with. I teach special ed.

Read more →Math Bowling Submitted by Margaret This is a great go-to game anytime you have a few minutes to fill. It can be played as a whole class game or with 2 or more students grouped in their seats. Write out the numbers 1-10 in a triangular shape

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