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• Bingo cards with simple multiplication problems.
• Using teacher-created dice, students use this simple game to practice multiplication with factors between four and nine.
• Math circles with numbers already inserted to practice all facts from 1 to 10. Students fill in the answers. Can be used for either addition or multiplication.
• All the word problems from sets A-U, unnumbered and unformatted; these can be cut into strips and glued into math journals for daily practice. Answers are provided.
• Montessori Color Bead Board with beads.
• Easy one page instructions for how to multiply fractions.
• Write one factor on the inner circle and other factors on the middle circle. Write the answers on the outer circle. Although designed as a fun drill for multiplication tables, these math circles also work for addition, subtraction, and division problems.
• This lesson is designed to help students practice multiplication skills. Combine groups of threes and fives with ones to complete a chart; includes teaching suggestions and answer sheets.
• Four colorful pages of materials for a fraction-themed mini office: greatest common factor & least common denominator; finding equivalents; reducing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions; converting improper fractions to mixed numbers; clever mnemonic devices.

• A blackline house for multiplication and division "fact families" to live in.
• "Mary did six exercises and studied three pages a day. By the end of one week, how many exercises had she done, and how many pages had she studied?" One page of word problems, with addition, subtraction, and multiplication.
• Cut out the factor squares, cut apart the answer boxes, place the correct answer box in the correct square.
• Students create two multiplication and two division facts to describe an array. Two sets of ten arrays.
• "Dot-to-dot multiplication." Practice multiplication skills by finding and extending patterns, and then writing appropriate equations.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 7 page document tests math skills such as addition, multiplication, units of measurement, percentages, shapes, division, area, perimeter, and more. These are approximately the skills tested in fifth grade, although state standards vary widely.

Common Core: Geometry 6.G.A1, 5.G.B3, 4.MD.3
• Four pages of materials for a fraction-themed mini office: greatest common factor & least common denominator; finding equivalents; reducing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions; converting improper fractions to mixed numbers; clever mnemonic devices.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 10 page document tests math skills such as addition, multiplication, percentages, shapes, division, probability, graph-reading, area, perimeter, units of measurement, place value and more. These are approximately the skills tested in fourth grade, although state standards vary widely.
• Make 8 copies of the kites and bows. Write an "answer" to a math problem on each kite. Write various combinations of math problems (that match up with each answer) on the bows.
• Seven pages of practice worksheets, multiple choice answers. This is formatted for testing practice.
• 4 pages: 3 tens =; 4 ___ = 40, etc. This set is a good introduction to place value. Common Core: 1.NBT.1, 2.NBT.2
• Directions for regrouping in addition, subtraction, and multiplication. One page for each skill, plus examples.
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 6 page document tests math skills such as place value, addition, subtraction, rounding, multiplication, division and more. These are approximately the skills tested in third grade, although state standards vary widely. Common Core: 4.NBT.A.3
• Formatted like a standardized test, this 6 page document tests math skills such as addition, place value, subtraction, multiplication, patterns, shapes, and more. These are approximately the skills tested in second grade, although state standards vary widely.
• 21 pages of word problems; six problems per page. Pages are lettered. Some sets of questions contain a "brain teaser".