An Alternative to Multiplication Tables

  1. Eran Denae Jackson says:

    Multiplication charts have always been my go to as well. I love that this chart is similar to taking the training wheels off! The support is still there, but they have to think more of working with multiples and pattern fluency! I will definitely be incorporating these! Thank you so much!

    • ladybugsteacherfiles says:

      Hi Eran! I love your analogy…so true! Thanks for taking the time to read this…I’m so glad it could help!!

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