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A marvelous multiplication chart and resource for math learners from OWLS.

FREE Multi Digit Multiplication Quiz or Review and Answer Key via Teaching With a Mountain View. A 3 page Multi-Digit Multiplication Quiz with Answer Key included. Use this as a review or as your quiz for your multiplication unit. Includes word problems for 2 x 2 digit multiplication, multi-step word problems, traditional algorithm problems, and up to 4 x 3 digit multiplication. They are in separate sections so that you can cross out or cut off sections that do not apply to you.

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Use this review activity in your class to help your students with multiplication. Your students will love using technology on this fun qr code scavenger hunt. **You will need a digital device with a qr reader app. The app and device are not included in this product.**

Math for 2nd grade--addition & subtraction with regrouping, mental math and place value--FREE MATH

### FREE Two Digit By Two Digit Multiplication St. Patricks Day Task Cards

Spring Double Digit Multiplication Task Cards and Recording Sheets →36 Task Cards in color. →36 Task Cards in black and white. →3 Recording Printable Worksheets with 3 Answer Key Sheets #TPT \$Paid

Multiplication Anchor Charts {FREEBIE} I think I could use these in an interactive notebook

### Math Tools {Lots of Freebies

Create your own math toolboxes with these FREE printable math tools and other suggested math supplies. These are perfect to use during guided math stations and centers.

FREE Winter Multiplication Memory Game makes practicing fours and fives multiplication facts fun! Included are 45 memory cards for students to match the multiplication array, multiplication fact, and product. This is a perfect activity for small groups and centers during the winter season!

Use these FREE skip counting worksheets to help students practice counting by 2's, 5's, 10's, and 25's up to 1000.