Multiplication and Division
We have started multiplication!! There will be some math games soon to come in our "Games and Activities" page.
If you are looking to practice multiplication facts at home, there is a worksheet builder linked below. Near the top of the page, you put in the number of columns and rows (number of questions) you would like.
In the 2nd grouping, you put in your min/max values for the questions. We will be focusing on multiplication facts 1-10, so I would advise putting 0 or 1 as the lowest factor, and 10 as the highest.
These are easily printable, and quick to do for practice!
Here are a number of worksheets that can help prepare students for problem solving type questions on our future exam.
The a2 is easiest, and b2 being the hardest. The level of questions on the exam will be around the a2-a4 level.
If you do not have a printer and would like copies of these review sheets, please e-mail me or send a note in the agenda and I will be happy to print them for you.