May 27, 2013

Monday Math Game - Multiplication "I Have, Who Has" Card Game



Today’s featured game is from Erin Beattie.  She has been teaching 5th grade for 13 out of her 15 years in teaching! She created this game, Mulitiplication "I Have, Who Has" Card Game, and her students LOVE playing this game.  They truly ask multiple times a day if we can play and try to beat their time (Erin sets a timer each time to set a goal for improvement!).

Pssst!  Mrs Beattie is a fellow Canadian!!



Grade Level:
Grades 4, 5, 6

Materials Needed:

  • printer
  • paper (or cardstock for best results)
How to Play the Game:

This is an "I Have, Who Has" Multiplication Basic Facts game.  Distribute the 30 cards to your students - some may have more than one - and have the student with the first card begin reading.  If all the facts are answered correctly, there should be none left unread when they reach the last card.  

She also has a FREEBIE for you in her Teachers Pay Teachers store; Multiplication Basic Facts Koosh Ball Game for SMART Board.  




I've seen this one in action, and I know for a fact (pun intended!) that students LOVE it! If you like Erin's games, visit her blog Mrs. Beattie's Classroom and be sure to "like" her Facebook fan page Erin B Store!



 
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24 comments:

  1. Thanks for this, Renee! I was only able to pop over here on my iPhone yesterday, but I wanted to let you know I appreciate you posting these! :)

    ~Erin
    Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

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