Published at Thursday, 09 January 2020. Mulitplication Worksheet. By Chantell Riviere.
Beat the clock - we would use flashcards or worksheets and see how many they could do (with correct answers) in a certain amount of time. Sometimes we would set the timer for a minute and a half and see how many addition problems they could complete. Then we would do the same thing for subtraction and see if they did addition or subtraction faster. Other times I would use 3 worksheets that were similar (same type of problem, same amount) and see if they could beat the first time. You can either give them a certain amount of time or time them. This also gets them used to the timed tests they take in the classroom. It also taught mine not to get stuck on one problem. If you dont know the answer right away, skip it and come back. I hope this gives you some good ideas. Like I mentioned before, I believe the key is to provide different ways to keep them from getting bored with those math facts!
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