Love this multiplication game idea! Perfect to connect area and multiplication! All you need is dice, markers, and graph paper. Use laminated graph paper and dry erase markers to make a reusable center.
Tetris using Arrays! Students roll double dice and those are the dimensions. After they create the array they have to write the multiplication problem with the total number. To add more difficulty they have to label if the number is a prime, square, or composite! If they fill in the line on the tetris board they get a point!
Multiplication games give your children fun ways to practice and reinforce those tricky multiplication fact families. Here are five easy games you can play with your kids or they can play on their own. **War with Multiplication
Mastering multiplication facts is such an important skill for 3rd grade students. As a former 4th grade teacher, I fully understand how crippling it can be for students who struggle with basic multiplication facts while trying to learn more challenging math concepts. If they can master the basics, all other math concepts are so much...