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Multiples pyramid-love

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Multiplication made fun! Ideas, strategies, and anchor charts to help you teach multiplication!

Sally Schultz

This set of printable multiplication worksheets contains lots of problems that involve multiplying multi-digit numbers. This is our hardest set of multiplication worksheets for kids so far, so this isn't for the kids just starting out with learning to multiply (check out our other versions of multiplication worksheets for beginners). These multiplication worksheets are printable and great for any child that already knows how to multiply single and two digit numbers and is looking for…

Kitty Boster-Ryan

What a multiplication chart is and how to use one. Includes free pdf printable versions of both complete and empty charts for you to download.

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Multiplication with multiples of 10 Worksheet - Download...

Katie Fabbrie

After reviewing our basic multiplication and division facts, we are extending the journey with patterns of multiplication. The next goal we have is to familiarize students with factors and multiples so they can understand the patterns of multiplication. Some great anchor chart examples: If you want to try factor trees: Then I found several activities that used hundreds charts. I'm using laminated hundreds charts for these activities. You can find free copies any number of places. Click here…

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12 Useful Math Hacks That They Didn't Teach You In School -How To Figure Out Multiples Of Nine

Evelyn Waller

Fact fluency – It’s a BIG deal. Our state standards call for fact fluency and we all know how much easier it is for students who just “get it.” So how do we support fact fluency in our classrooms and help those students who stumble. Ugh. The struggle is REAL! Over my years of teaching I have learned a few tricks that make fact practice time fun, engaging, quick and help my struggling students see their improvement! So they may never win if we player “Round the World” (aka – they may never be…

Diane Irwin