### Classroom tips,teaching ideas, and resources for the upper elementary classroom. Teacher Giveaways

Gloria James

Unlock the power of multiplication with these effective strategies and resources. Learn how to memorize and apply multiplication facts quickly and confidently.

Classroom tips,teaching ideas, and resources for the upper elementary classroom. Teacher Giveaways

Gloria James

Games are such an effective tool for practicing skills in the classroom. Students are so engaged when playing games and we remember more of what we learn when we are having fun. Today I am sharing several of my students’ favorite multiplication fact games with their free printables! Enjoy those free games! Your students are going to think that you are the coolest teacher EVER!

Not So Wimpy Teacher

Teach multiplication facts to elementary students with these fun games and activities. Learn where and why to focus your teaching.

Mary DiNatale

Is your child having difficulty memorizing multiplication math facts? This method will work!

Mind.Dance.Soul

A collection of Times Tables songs to help kids remember multiplication facts 1 - 12. Bookmark this page to use regularly at home or in the classroom for times tables practice.

Karen Jones

Multiplication can be challenging for kids to learn and for teachers to teach! Here are a few tips to make teaching multiplication easier.

Hope Williams

We teach students ways to show multiplication. We show them all the strategies and we master the multiplication properties.

Heather Inama

Learning new things doesn't always come natural to everyone, especially when it isn't something that you like. For me, that thing was multiplication. I didn't see the need to learn it and I had a really difficult time memorizing it. Eventually, it kicked in, but I really wished I had a different way to learn. I was delighted to learn that there is a different way to learn from my son's third grade teacher. This is the year that they are really going to focus on multiplication. I'm so…

Cindy Greaney

Those days of forgetting their math facts? Staring blankly at a multiplication problem? Adding or subtracting when they should be multiplying? Done. Gone. Over. Those days are in the past! Today we’re going to learn how to teach multiplication facts to our students with disabilities so that they build conceptual knowledge and retention.

Nancy

Free addition fact wheels for students to fill in the missing numbers. Students add the number in the middle of the wheel with each number around the wheel. Great for basic addition facts.

Heba Bebo