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# Multiplication Games

## Inflatable Cube Math Game

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.

## Math Bowling

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

## Multiplication Trashket Ball

Submitted by Cherie Multiplication Trashket Ball Using a trash can as a target Students use popcorn method to call out multiplication problems to one another. Students figure out difficult problems on the board when they get the correct answer they take a shot. Easy problems are figured

## PIG

Submitted by Kristina PIG Students work in pairs with dice that go up to 6.  The oldest student goes first.  Student A rolls the 3 die first, and using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division tries to make the largest number possible. Largest number wins the round. Second round

## Foam Dice: Adding Subtracting and Multiplying

Use 2-6 dice, we roll the dice and choose an operation to complete. I have a set of foam dice that I will toss to different people we will call out the number to that one and write on the board then toss the other one write

## Four In A Row

Submitted by Jennifer The teacher creates a game board for each fact 2-12 using Microsoft Word. The orientation is set to landscape. On the left hand side of the game-board is an 8 x 4 table with the products of the multiplication facts randomly placed in each