Have you wondered why multiplication fact fluency is important?
Multiplication fact fluency is so important because it…
• builds a student’s confidence in Math
• provides more thinking time
• improves the ability to quickly solve more difficult problems
Here are the secrets of building memorization skills of multiplication math facts in students. Provide daily opportunities to practice. Mix it up! You can use games, timed tests, or flashcards to name just a few ways to vary student practice. Remember, we want students to recall facts in about 2 seconds. Games are great practice to differentiate the practice.
If you are you looking for easy-to-use free multiplication math fact fluency activities and multiplication games to add to your teacher toolbox? This time-saving math resource provides free printable math games for Multiplication by 8 and focuses on multiplication fact fluency.
This multiplication by 8 games package includes 5 math games:
- Multiplying by 8
- Match It Up!
- Multiplication Bingo
- Flash Card Bingo
Take a peek at what you get in this multiplication resource!
- 8 different multiplication facts game boards by factor 8
- 5 printable worksheets great for seat work in class or to send home as homework
- Flashcards and the flashcard answers
- 5-minute multiplication fact timed test and graph to record test scores
- 1 blackline of 13 fun multiplication playing cards
- 1 blackline for the reverse side of the playing cards
- Differentiate your elementary instruction with this great multiplication game and activities.
What teachers like you said about our Multiplication Games:
· My kiddos loved these activities.
· This resource has been amazing to allow my students to learn and memorize their multiplication facts. They are all so proud of themselves when they can pass a timed test in 5 minutes. They are feeling so accomplished with each step they take. Thank you for providing this resource.
· Great practice sheets and games. I love the flashcards. I own all of them.
· Great resource! Easy to prep!
The 5 multiplication black lines can be used to differentiate your instruction:
- independent seat work
- math centers
- small group
- multiplication homework
These games are effective ways to reach and teach your English language learners and at-risk students.