Many students retain that facts quickly when there is a trick or two to help. Teaching "doubles" in multiplication can really help your students just CLICK with those facts. Multiply by 5 and Multiply by 10 is a perfect example of learning one set of facts and then "doubling" them to learn another set of facts quickly. Read on to learn more...

These Multiply With 5 and 10 Task Cards and Center Games also include the answer keys, which you can laminate and leave at the center to allow it to be student led, self-checking sheets. In small group lessons you can give each student three to four task cards and they can help each other and review the Multiply With 5 and 10 Multiplication Skill by checking the answers that their partner or neighbor answered, keeping everyone involved! Keep your students engaged, alert and on their toes with this one little, cute Multiply With 5 and 10 Multiplication Skill Resource! Place the Color By Number Answer Keys at your center for a Student Self-Checking Sheet. OR place it in a folder in a different location that they may go check once they show you or a classroom helper the completed worksheet.

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This 3rd Grade Go Math 4.2 Multiply with 5 and 10 Bundle Resource Contains the Following Resources:

- 3rd Grade Go Math 4.2 Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards
- 3rd Grade Go Math 4.2 Multiply with 5 and 10 Color By Number
- 3rd Grade Go Math 4.2 Multiply With 5 and 10 Center Games

This Multiply with 5 and 10 Bundle Includes:

The 18 Page Multiply with 5 and 10 Color By Number Includes:

→ 1 Teacher File Cover Page Stating "Multiply by 5 and 10"

→ 1 Common Core Poster

→ 3 Cute Solve and Color by Code Worksheet Pages

→ 4 Student Worksheet Pages for Multiplying with 5 and 10

→ 1 Teacher File Cover Page Stating "Multiply by 5 and 10 Answer Keys"

→ 7 Pages of Answer Keys

→ 1 Page of a One Week Lesson Plan

The 16 Page Multiply with 5 and 10 Center Games Includes:

→ 1 Teacher File Cover Page Stating "Multiply by 5 and 10"

→ 4 Pages of Multiply by 5 and 10 Center Game Cards

→ 1 Page Student Directions

→ 1 Page Teacher Directions

→ 1 Page "Math Center" Sign

→ 1 Black and White Teacher File Cover Page Stating "Multiply by 5 and 10"

→ 4 Black and White Pages of Multiply by 5 and 10 Center Game Cards

→ 1 Black and White Page Student Directions

→ 1 Black and White Page Teacher Directions

→ 1 Black and White Page "Math Center" Sign

The 30 Page Add Whole Numbers Task Card Resource Includes:

→ 36 Task Cards in color

→ 36 Task Cards in black and white

→ 3 Recording Printable Worksheets

→ 3 Answer Key Sheets

→ 2 Teacher Folder Covers Stating "Multiply with 5 and 10" - One in color, one in grayscale.

→ 2 Task Card Folder Cover or Center Sign - One in color, one in grayscale.

→ 2 Common Core Definition Poster - One in color, one in grayscale.

This 3rd Grade Go Math 4.2 Multiply With 5 and 10 Bundle is Perfect for...

- Scoot Game! Keep them all up and moving!
- Math Center Assignments
- Fine Motor Skills Work
- Small Math Group Lessons
- Math Workstations
- Morning Work Worksheet
- Remediation and RTI Groups
- Clip Board Work Time
- Seat Work
- Substitute Teacher Folders
- Indoor Recess
- Homework Packets
- Morning Work Tubs
- Independent Practice
- Early Finishers
- Emergency Sub Tubs
- Morning Math Buckets
- After School Tutoring
- Early Morning Arrival Students
- Early Morning Tutoring
- Indoor Recess
- And so much more!

**3rd Grade Go Math 4.2 Multiply with 5 and 10 Bundle**

This Multiply with 5 and 10 Multiplication Task Card Resource Includes:

Page 1 - Teacher Folder - Cute, colorful cover for your personal teacher files. Attach to the front of a folder, keep all your pages inside the folder, place into your file cabinet, and you are all ready for next year with this easily identified Multiply with 5 and 10 task cards folder cover.

Page 2 - Matching Printable Common Core Poster

Page 3 - Matching Printable Center Sign saying "Task Cards"

Pages 4 to 5 - Eight Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with directions for drawing arrays. For example, "Draw 10 tiles in 5 rows."

Page 6 - Four Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with the directions stating, "Write a

multiplication sentence for the model. Then write the related multiplication sentence." With groups of cupcakes as the models.

Page 7 - Four Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with the directions stating, "Write a

multiplication sentence for the model. Then write the related multiplication sentence." With arrays of squares or rectangles.

Pages 8 to 9 - Eight Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with the directions stating, "Write the unknown factor." For example, 4 X 5 = 5 X ___.

Pages 10 to 11 - Eight Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with the directions stating, "Write the related multiplication sentence." For example, 7 X 5 = 35 ___ X ___ = 35

Page 12 - Four Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with the directions stating, "Using 5 or 10, write two related multiplication sentences for 50. {50 is one example of 4 cards.}

Page 13 - Recording Sheet for Task Cards 1 to 8, with the directions, "For task cards #1 to #8 draw the arrays."

Page 14 - Recording Sheet for Task Cards 9 to 16, with the directions, "For task cards #9 to #16 Write the multiplication sentence for the model. Then write the related multiplication sentence."

Page 15 - Recording Sheet for Task Cards 17 to 36, with the directions, "Write your answers for task cards #17 to #36."

*** To Differentiate For Your Class - Use task cards 1 to 8 one week, task cards 9 to 16, and then task cards 17 to 36 with the three separate recording sheets. ***

Pages 16 to 18 - Three Answer Keys / Student Self-Checking Pages

Page 19 - Teacher Folder In Grayscale - Cute cover for your personal teacher files. Attach to the front of a folder, keep all your pages inside the folder, place into your file cabinet, and you are all ready for next year with this easily identified Multiply with 5 and 10 task cards folder cover.

Page 20 - Matching Printable Common Core Poster in Grayscale

Page 21 - Matching Printable Center Sign saying "Task Cards" in Grayscale

Pages 22 to 23 - Eight Grayscale Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with directions for drawing arrays. For example, "Draw 10 tiles in 5 rows."

Page 24 - Four Grayscale Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with the directions stating, "Write a

multiplication sentence for the model. Then write the related multiplication sentence." With groups of cupcakes as the models.

Page 25 - Four Grayscale Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with the directions stating, "Write a

multiplication sentence for the model. Then write the related multiplication sentence." With arrays of squares or rectangles.

Pages 26 to 27 - Eight Grayscale Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with the directions stating, "Write the unknown factor." For example, 4 X 5 = 5 X ___.

Pages 28 to 29 - Eight Grayscale Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with the directions stating, "Write the related multiplication sentence." For example, 7 X 5 = 35 ___ X ___ = 35

Page 30 - Four Grayscale Multiply with 5 and 10 Task Cards with the directions stating, "Using 5 or 10, write two related multiplication sentences for 50. {50 is one example of 4 cards.}

This Multiply With 5 and 10 Color By Number Math Resource includes:

Page One - A cover page stating "Multiply by 5 and 10" that can be used for a cover sheet for your file folder in your files. It can also be a folder cover for your students, give them a file folder with this cover and they can keep all the student sheets in the file folder to work on during math centers, morning work, or as a fast finisher activity. You can take a large piece of construction paper, 12 inches X 18 inches, fold it in half and use that as a "File Folder" to hold your students' work. See the preview photos for an example.

Page Two - This page is a Common Core poster for your math center, or classroom with the main focus of the lesson. It can also be used as a page in your students folder to explain the "Student Goal" ~ The "Why?" we are learning this skill.

A cute little boy is on the poster that they can color and the Common Core definition.

Third Grade 3.OA.A.1

Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5 × 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each.

Page Three - Two cute little students are on this solve and color page. Students solve the MULTIPLY WITH FIVE ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.

Page Four - A cute little student is on this solve and color page. Students solve the MULTIPLY WITH TEN ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.

Page Five - A cute little cupcake is on this solve and color page. Students solve the MULTIPLY WITH FIVE & TEN MIXED problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.

Page Six - This page is divided in the middle and you are able to use it as one page of math problems or cut it in half to use as two separate assignments. See the preview pictures for more details. The top half of the page is 12 multiply with 5 only math problems and they are listed in order, 0 to 12. The bottom half of the page is 12 multiply with 5 only math problems, but they are in mixed order. Each half has the matching boy from the color by code page, in the corner so they can color him too!

Page Seven - This page is divided in the middle and you are able to use it as one page of math problems or cut it in half to use as two separate assignments. See the preview pictures for more details. The top half of the page is 12 multiply with 10 only math problems and they are listed in order, 0 to 12. The bottom half of the page is 12 multiply with 10 only math problems, but they are in mixed order. Each half has the matching boy from the color by code page, in the corner so they can color him too!

Page Eight - This page has 26 multiply with 5 and 10 math problems listed in order, it also includes a small, cute cupcake in the corner for the students to color.

Page Nine - This page has 26 multiply with 5 and 10 math problems listed in mixed order, it also includes a small, cute cupcake in the corner for the students to color.

Page Ten - A cover page stating "Multiply by 5 and 10" so you or a substitute teacher knows where the answer keys start. Leave it paper clipped to the answer keys you have selected for a substitute teacher sub tub so that your student papers can be graded while you are out sick.

Page Eleven - ANSWER KEY for Page Three -Two cute little students are on this solve and color page. Students solve the MULTIPLY WITH FIVE ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is to have the students do the math during morning work, and then they can use color pencils, markers, water color paint, etc. to color by code during math center time or seat work time.

Page Twelve - ANSWER KEY for Page Four - A cute little student is on this solve and color page. Students solve the MULTIPLY WITH TEN ONLY problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.

Page Thirteen - ANSWER KEY for Page Five - A cute little cupcake is on this solve and color page. Students solve the MULTIPLY WITH FIVE & TEN MIXED problems on this page and then use the Color Code to color it in. A fun idea is list above on Page Three that will work for this page too.

Page Fourteen - ANSWER KEY for Page Six - This page is divided in the middle and you are able to use it as one page of math problems or cut it in half to use as two separate assignments. See the preview pictures for more details. The top half of the page is 12 multiply with 5 only math problems and they are listed in order, 0 to 12. The bottom half of the page is 12 multiply with 5 only math problems, but they are in mixed order. Each half has the matching boy from the color by code page, in the corner so they can color him too!

Page Fifteen - ANSWER KEY for Page Seven - This page is divided in the middle and you are able to use it as one page of math problems or cut it in half to use as two separate assignments. See the preview pictures for more details. The top half of the page is 12 multiply with 10 only math problems and they are listed in order, 0 to 12. The bottom half of the page is 12 multiply with 10 only math problems, but they are in mixed order. Each half has the matching boy from the color by code page, in the corner so they can color him too!

Page Sixteen ANSWER KEY for Page Eight - This page has 26 multiply with 5 and 10 math problems listed in order, it also includes a small, cute cupcake in the corner for the students to color.

Page Seventeen - ANSWER KEY for Page Nine - This page has 26 multiply with 5 and 10 math problems listed in mixed order, it also includes a small, cute cupcake in the corner for the students to color.

Page Eighteen - 1 Week Lesson Plan - This page has Weekly Lesson Plan Ideas and Suggestions for other uses of this resource in your classroom.

This 3rd Grade Go Math 4.2 Multiply With 5 and 10 Center Games Resource Includes:

Page One - Teacher Folder - Cute, colorful cover for your personal teacher files. "Multiply with 5 and 10" Attach to the front of a folder, keep all your pages inside the folder, place into your file cabinet, and you are all ready for next year with this easily identified Multiply with 5 and 10 center games folder cover.

Pages Two and Three - 24 center game cards with cute clip art and the Multiply with 5 and the Multiply with 10 math problems.

Pages Four and Five - 24 center game cards with cute clip art and the Multiply with 5 and the Multiply with 10 answers.

Page Six - A Student Directions page, perfect to place in the center folder or staple up above the math center on the wall.

Page Seven - Teacher Directions.

Page Eight - A cute, clip art matching "Math Center" sign, place on the wall over your
math center, and if you like, it can stay up all year!

Page Nine - Black and White Teacher Folder - Cute cover for your personal teacher files. "Multiply with 5 and 10" Attach to the front of a folder, keep all your pages inside the folder, place into your file cabinet, and you are all ready for next year with this easily identified Multiply with 5 and 10 center games folder cover.

Pages Ten and Eleven - 24 center game cards with cute clip art and the Multiply with 5 and the Multiply with 10 math problems in a black and white format that your students can color. Print this on color paper to save ink, but still add some joy to your classroom!

Pages Twelve and Thirteen - 24 center game cards with cute clip art and the Multiply with 5 and the Multiply with 10 answers in a black and white format that your students can color. Print this on color paper to save ink, but still add some joy to your classroom!

Page Fourteen - A grayscale Student Directions page, perfect to place in the center folder or staple up above the math center on the wall.

Page Fifteen - A grayscale Teacher Directions.

Page Sixteen - A cute grayscale, clip art matching, "Math Center" sign, PERFECT for a Family Math Night. Use it with the pages 10 to 14, the black and white pages, and a Ziploc baggie! Ta-Da ~ a make and take home math center!

Pages Seventeen to Twenty-Eight - ** BONUS FILE ** Added in September 2020 Twelve Pages of my Newly Revised new letter from me - An Introduction to Color By Numbers, Task Cards, and Center Game Lessons, Including Math Center Ideas for Your Classroom! ** PLEASE NOTE ** This BONUS FILE appears in both resources, but the 24 pages are not included in the TpT description.

There are many ways to use this 3rd Grade Go Math 4.2 Multiply With 5 and 10 Center Games Resource, here are a few of my favorite ways:

- Use one page as a game board, cut the other page. Place all those cards face down. Have the students turn over one card at a time, solve and place face up on the board. If they are incorrect, the card returns to the bottom of the pile. The winner is the student who places the final card. OR, for a "no winner" version, the goal is for the students to solve the cards independently, but to completely cover the board together. This version can ALSO be played two ways. One way is with the answer page as the game board, another way is with the math problem page as the game board instead.
- You can also play this game with cutting all the cards and matching up the problems with the solutions.
- For movement, place the problem cards around the room and the student(s) have to solve the math problem and leave the correct answer card at that location. Have a second student check the answers to extend the game.
- Mix all the cards together, with two students, deal 5 cards to each student and then place the remaining cards face down. Use as a Go Fish card game!
- Lay all the cards upside down on the floor and use as a Concentration (some call it Memory) Game!

This Bundle is so easy to prep, it is perfect to give to a parent volunteer who is asking, "How can I help?" or your PTA / PTO volunteer room. It is also terrific for an Emergency Substitute Tub, Folder or Binder!

Enjoy this 3rd Grade Go Math 4.2 Multiply With 5 and 10 Color By Numbers, Task Cards, and Center Game Bundle in your Math Center Today!

Here are the covers and links to the individual resources too!

**I have another series of Multiplication Task Cards and Color By Numbers for each multiplication fact separately. This set has a different style of task cards and color by number clip art pictures.**

**More pictures if you would like to PIN them to Pinterest for later in the school year.**

Common Core State Standards:

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.A.1

Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5 × 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.A.3

Use multiplication and division within 100 to solve word problems in situations involving equal groups, arrays, and measurement quantities, e.g., by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.B.4

Determine the unknown whole number in a multiplication or division equation relating three whole numbers.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.B.5

Apply properties of operations as strategies to multiply and divide.

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.B.9

Identify arithmetic patterns (including patterns in the addition table or multiplication table), and explain them using properties of operations.

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