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Multiplication Mania Week!

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: SLC, Utah
Date Submitted: April 12, 2001

While studying multiplication tables, have your students write facts on flash cards and post them EVERYWHERE around the classroom! Put them on windows, on the flag pole, on the pencil sharpener…you name it, PLACE it! Be sure the answers show on the front as well! Then encourage your students each time they go somewhere in the classroom and they see a multiplication fact, that they recite that fact in their minds, along with the answer. This really proves to be beneficial in the long-run! You can even say to them, "Before you are dismissed to recess, I want you to look around the classroom and recite 3 different facts in your mind." This also works well with addition, subtraction, or division. It doesn't matter what you study, keep it all around them!


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