Multiplication strategy

math: Fun math trick and a visual representation of multiplication that actually makes sense and goes pretty quickly (aka students don't have to draw 25 groups of

Playful learning with Lego math games. What a simple and fun way to learn math concepts

Playful learning with Lego math games. What a simple and fun way to learn math concepts Mehr zur Mathematik und Lernen allgemein unter zentral-lernen.

Clothespin math- also use with flashcards :)

Clothespin Easy Math Activity with FREE Printable

Math Facts drill WITHOUT writing. Clothespin Easy Math Activity with FREE Printable. Try it for multiplication and division facts.

Cute halloween math center. I used orange paper cups ($1 for 12 at Walmart) and just drew the faces and numbers on with a Sharpie!! Also, since I teach Pre-K, I used sticks with different numbers of dots instead of addition facts. You could use small plastic flower pots for other times of the year.

I could totally do this with money-- dollars on a pumpkin then popsicle sticks with bills and coins that add up to the amount. Addition/subtraction sorting - child needs to determine which sticks add up to the number on the bucket.

Number Writing Activity-Salt Tray Game. What a fun way for kids to learn numbers and their value!

Number Writing Activity. Salt Tray Game.

Learn with Play at Home: Number Writing Activity. Practice number identification by writing the correct number that the picture represents.Great for incorporating picture and logic/math smart MI.

Add numbers as words to advance counting

Color Wheel (Teaching kids colors

Early learning math center (kindergarten) The child will match the number on the clip to the to the number of items in each section.

Multiplication Circles -- Exploring Math Facts & Patterns w/ Homemade Manipulatives

British Columbia Grade 4 Math Multiplication Circles -- Exploring Math Facts & Patterns w/ Homemade Manipulatives

Multiplication Darts....what a fun way to practice times tables! It's important that children understand the process of multiplication, but after that they need to simply memorize them! Why not make the practice fun?! You could do the same thing w/basic addition facts using the cards.

Target Multiplication

Perhaps use three trash bins with multiplication factors on them and toss a crumpled up piece of paper with the other factor on it

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