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Classroom Freebies: Doubles Strategy for Multiplication. Did you know that knowing 2 x 8 = 16 can help your kiddos learn 4 x That's the principle behind the doubles strategy.

Using "Guess Who" board-  What's the number? Kids ask questions like Is the number greater than/less than....? Is the number between ___ and ___? Is the number in the tens place ____? etc. No two questions in a row can make the same comparison. Or students may ask in number sentences- - Is the number 5+1?

"Guess the Number" Kids ask questions like "is the number greater/less than___?", "is the number between ___ and___?", "is the number in the tens place___?", "is the number to guess the selected number.

Great foldable to help students learn their multiplication facts. The students will also have a chance to use multiplication by answering a word problem.

Complete Multiplication Facts

Intervention- Great foldable to help students learn their multiplication facts. The students will also have a chance to use multiplication by answering a word problem.

Anchor Chart: multiplication by dolly

(can use the same idea to show multiple ways of adding/subtracting) GREAT!-- multiplication unit to teach repeated addition, groups of, commutative property, and arrays. You could also replace one with a multiplication word problem and picture.

Chutes and ladders for multiplication and division! Or could use adding and subtracting too!

Grade Gridiron: Slides and Ladders multiplication game. The link to this is dead but I think it could be easily replicated.

Want a fun, no-prep multiplication facts game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've "mathified" the squares game and get your FREE printable copy at Games4Gains.com.

We've "Mathified" The Squares Game!

Want a fun, no-prep multiplication facts game to use in your math centers tomorrow? Read about how we've "mathified" the squares game and get your FREE printable copy.

Here's a sorting activity where students match multiplication facts to groups and arrays.

multiplication mix up Here's a sorting activity where students match multiplication facts to groups and arrays.

Why is learning multiplication with arrays helpful? Learn more and get tons of ideas to make it hands on and fun for your students!

Learning Multiplication with Arrays

How to Teach Arrays - super fun arrays activities like Array-nbows that your students will love by carlani

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