Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Wild Multiplication Fun!

So here is my take...on a Math Game using a deck of cards. 


     When I was shopping this past weekend at Michaels I found these fantastic zebra print cards in the dollar bin!!! I just had to pick up...a few! How could my kiddos not be engaged in any type of activity using these darlings! Then while I was out at Target I saw this awesome zebra container that just made my day! 


     Below I have added my take on a Multiplication Facts game that is sure to be a hit when using these cards!


Cute right?
Practical too!

    Freebies!


Enjoy!

8 comments:

Heather said...

Oh, the icon looks like a cross between you and Leah. So I'd say it's spot on!

Molly said...

Andrea,

Those cards are super cute! And I can't believe you found that PERFECT matching container from Target!! Love the game and I'm gonna make a trip to both stores to see if I can pick up those goodies as well for my kiddos!

Molly
Lessons with Laughter

Nicole Heinlein said...

Looks like a fun game! I nominated you for a Liebster Award - hop over to my blog to grab it! :)
Nicole
Teaching With Style

jen said...

this looks like a really fun game! i'm going to add it to my math center! thanks :o)

A M Smith said...

Love Cute cards!!! I bought some cute ones the other day (not for math but...) just because they were Mississippi State Bulldog cards!! :) I did enjoy this post and love ideas like this!

Ann Marie Smith @ Innovative Connections

Molly said...

Andrea,

I awarded you the One Lovely Blog Award! Come to my site to check it out!

Molly
Lessons with Laughter

KRISTA said...

Hi Andrea! Thanks for the freebie! I found your blog from Lessons with Laughter. I am a new follower.

Krista
stellar-students

Mrs. Poland said...

OH OH OH! I so need to go shopping and buy some of those items! I have a "Zebra Quest" club in my classroom. Normally I am not a zebra girl but I collect these items to motivate my students and to use for their zebra challenges!

Thanks for sharing. I love the math game as well!

Mrs Poland
Think, Wonder, & Teach

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