Are you game for multiplication?

Games are ideal for the differentiated classroom as rules can be modified if needed, peers can serve as partners, and materials can be adapted for those needing something different (e.g., graph paper with larger squares, spinner instead of dice). Posted by Sadie at Love To Learn Homeschool, this activity simply involves having one student roll one part of the equation and then having another student roll the second part. Students make a box together and solve the problem. Students can try to create the biggest box, solve the most problems in a set period of time, or take turns trying to guess the answers correctly before counting squares.


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