Is your child struggling with multiplication facts?  Are you tired of boring flashcards?  Try the unique resources and hands-on activities included in today’s featured Pathway!

colored pencils on math backgroundLearn the multiplication facts up to nine in this unit. Of course, you can practice the facts with flashcards, but you can also create an interactive multiplication table, practice with a cootie catcher, find patterns on a “hundreds” chart or play a card game. Children will also write tips and tricks for multiplication in their math journals and will put a multiplication table into the journal. Online games and worksheets are provided to reinforce the concepts. This unit is designed to last one week, depending on how often you teach math.

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