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Multiple Masters Game


Games are great fun!

Multiples Master Game ( 2 or more players) 

Karen Go Soco

Karen, one of our amazing tutors, has created this fantastic game for working on multiples!

Games are a great way to ensure the necessary repetition and reinforcement needed after teaching multiples rules.

This game helps learners to become familiar with the multiples of different numbers.

Playing on a multiplication square provides support in finding multiples of a number, whilst allowing links between different times tables to be made, patterns in multiples to be identified and rules about multiples to be made.

You can find more information about multiples and a handy download sheet here. https://www.fixitmaths.com/howto-recognise-multiples.html

You will need:
Counters/tokens in a different colour for each player

A multiplication square up to 10×10 and a 10-sided dice

The Dyscalculia Network – Times Tables Square- 10x

or a multiplication square up to 12×12 and a 12-sided dice

The Dyscalculia Network – Times Tables Square-12x

Take turns to roll the dice and then put a counter of your colour on any multiple of the number rolled. E.g. if 2 is rolled, a counter could be put on any multiple of 2, so any even number – it doesn’t have to be in the 2x row or column

The first person to get 4 of their counters in an unbroken line wins.

Have fun! 

Karen can be contacted via her website here- http://www.fixitmaths.com

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