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Here’s another method for students to multiply large numbers that was invented by John Napier in the 18th Century. Kids usually get a kick out of playing an exciting board game. Here’s a free printable multiplication board they’ll love playing while becoming┬áMasters of Multiplication Facts! Memorizing multiplication tables is important for division facts, long division, and multi-digit multiplication and even more.

Looking for some fun ways to help kids get practice multiplying? In this printable game, two players compete by combining four numbers. The have to use two multiplications and either addition or subtraction to equal a target number. Here’s a game that will help kids build confidence and memorize their multiplication facts the fun way! Just print the game board and product cards and you’re ready to play. Try out this fun multiplication activity and see! Great for kids just learning multiplication tables or for reviewing them.

8 Rolls to 100 – roll the dice, and multiply and get as close to 100 as possible. In the Zone – Print off the game cards and let the games begin! Get them Motivated to Multiply with this fun game! Practice multiplication facts up to 12 x 12. Print the game cards and let the games begin! This is a fun game for multiplication facts and all you need is an empty egg carton and cardboard to play. Monkey around with multiplying two and three digits with this printable game.

Print the colorful game board and you are ready to play while building math skills! Here’s a great game to help with remembering factors of numbers. I loved this game with regular cards as a kid, and here’s one of my mathematical versions. Great game for helping students learn to recognize factors and multiples. Be the first player to connect four in a row.

There are lots of online games that are great for getting kids to multiply and have fun at the same time. Whether kids are learning multiplication facts or multiplying 3 or 4 digit numbers, you will find online games for whatever level you need. If you haven’t done lattice multiplication yet, you are gonna enjoy this. It’s a fun way to multiply numbers by drawing boxes. Now what kid would not enjoy doing that.

Most of us have enjoyed playing the card game of Uno at one time or another. If you haven’t you’re missing out on some good fun. Here is a math game based on this popular card game that helps kids have fun with multiplication and factoring. Learning those times-tables shouldn’t be the same ol’ boring routine.