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Valentine's Day Multiplication FreebieTwo to five players can play this Valentine game. Each player gets a game board. Then in turn the player rolls two 10 or 12 sided dice and multiply. The first player to get four in a row wins.Please see my other multiplication and Valentine Products:Multiplication Warm-UpsMultiplication GamesMultiplication Practice PackValentines Day Fraction Task CardsValentines Day Math Review and GamesMultiplication Fact Practice for February

A game for 2 or 3 players. Each player chooses a colored pencil they will use in the game. Players take turns rolling the dice, using the numbers that they rolled to draw the perimeter of a rectangle or square & writing the area in the middle of the shape. Game ends when players run out of room to draw. Winner is the player who has used the largest area/most squares.

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Multiplication Math Fact Activity

Tower Power is a great way for students to practice their multiplication facts. Students take turns rolling dice and placing cubes in the circle where there product falls. Watch out for your partner bumping you out before you can get two cubes in one circle though!

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St. Patrick's Day Pattern Math Printable

This St. Patrick's Day Pattern Math Printable activity is a great activity to help students develop the ability to see the patterns that are in everyday mathematics. This practice will give your students the reinforcement of pattern math that they can practice anytime.Included:-Example of problems -Teacher instructions-5 printable activity sheets with number practice-Answer key provided-5 printable activity sheets with letter practice -Answer key provided Please follow my store!

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Fraction Posters

These Fraction Posters are great visual reminders for students. Each fraction is represented using various models. The 10 posters include: 1) Fraction - Definition 2) Numerator & Denominator 3) Equivalent Fractions 4) One Whole 5) One Half 6) One Third 7) One Fourth 8) One Quarter 9) One Sixth 10) One Eighth © Tales From Miss D

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Using Models to Solve a Multiplication Problem

Slide show, worksheets, and task cards to use as students are learning to solve multiplication problems using models.

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Angles & Lines Task Cards with QR Codes {Self-checking Math Center}