Wish List Wednesday Giveaway: Multiplication Arrays Go Fish, Old Maid and Concentration Center Games



Wish List Wednesday Giveaway: Multiplication Arrays Go Fish, Old Maid and Concentration Center Games
Wednesday's Wish List Giveaway and TPT Sale!
Each week some of my teacher-author friends at Owl-ways Be Inspired are going to get together and wish you, our followers, a Happy Wish List Wednesday by having a sale on one of our most popular "Wish Listed" items on TPT. In addition to the savings, on each blog you will have a chance to enter to win the item too!
My Number One Wish Listed Item This Week
Multiplication Arrays Go Fish, Old Maid and Concentration Center Games
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12 comments

  1. When I was in 2nd grade, we had to memorize our multiplication tables by filling out a big multiplication grid every day - no help from home back then; you just learned them on your own (this was 1967 - the old days!)

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  2. I remember having to memorize "times table" when I was in 3rd grade. I also remember taking a fact quiz every day to be able to move to the next set of facts. An activity like this would be awesome for my 3rd graders to help them learn their facts. mrsruffin924@gmail.com

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  3. I remember practicing facts over and over again and taking tests.

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  4. It was all about memorization! We were quizzed on them daily so it was important to know the facts! Thanks for the opportunity to win, I know my 3rd graders will benefit from this.
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  5. Memorize, memorize, memorize! That is what I remember!

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  6. I remember memorizing and doing timed tests.

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  7. I remember, in the early 60's, practicing every night with my Mother. She'd sit in the bathroom while I bathed and drill. Then, to help me sleep at night, she'd trace the facts on my back and I'd give the answer. I did the same thing with our two as they were learning their facts. I know my kinder-bears are not ready for times tables, but our 3rd grade grandson will be practicing his this year. He lives in Kentucky, so I can't practice with him, but I'd love to send his dad and stepmom these games so I can feel like I'm helping in some way.

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  8. Fortunately, I learned them quickly by just practicing and practicing. Memorization was just something we had to do.

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  9. I struggled to learn my Math facts and because of that I identify with my kiddos who struggle and I work harder to help find multiple ways for them to be more successful than me. Yes, I do know them now....LOL.

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  10. I remember in 3rd grade going in the hall to say my multiplication facts to my teacher's husband. If we got them all right we got a dime. It was great!!

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  11. In 3rd grade, my teacher would have us practice and then orally go through the facts with her listening to our answers: 1 x 1 is 1, 1 x 2 is 2, etc. If we could pass all facts up to 12, we got $12.

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