Do the students in your class need review of their basic multiplication facts? You may not think of multiplication facts as mental math, but each time a student is asked for a fact, he or she has to go through the following steps….This fun game will give kids another way to practice their facts and make their ability to provide the answers to multiplication facts more automatically.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]