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These fun multiplications games are a wonderful way for children to practice their multiplication facts. The children solve multiplication expressions and cover them up on their game board. The first person to get five in a row wins.

These fun multiplications games are a wonderful way for children to practice their multiplication facts. The children solve multiplication expressions and cover them up on their game board. The first person to get five in a row wins.

How many of you learned your multiplication facts through flash cards? Depending on your personality type, that may or may not bring back good memories.

Sometimes it is boring to just sit and recite your facts, but that practice can be crucial to being able to spout off facts quickly.

So knowing that flash cards can be helpful, this game resembles flash cards but at the same time is fun because it is a game.

Prep-Work

1. First, Print off game boards and multiplication fact cards on card stock paper

2. Next, cut out the cards.

3. Finally, gather up board markers, and you are ready to go.

How to Play These Fun Multiplication Games

This is a simple BINGO game, but the goal is that every child is working on their facts. In my house, one guy tends to shout out the answers and the other little one takes advantage of it. So here is how we played it so that both my boys were practicing their facts.

First, pass a card out to each player.

Next, have each one quickly give the answer to the expression.

Now, they get to mark the answer on their bingo cards.

Then you get to pick up the cards and pass another expression to each player.

This continues until someone has five in a row.

Learning multiplication facts does not have to be boring. It can be fun. And adding games to practice time makes it so much more fun. I hope your children enjoy this game as much as we have.

You’ve Got This

Rachel

 

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