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### Fast Multiplication Tricks and Fun Games

Natalie Wright
Average rating:
4.9
Number of reviews:
(276)
Join me for this multiplication tricks ongoing class for the students who needs tricks and multiplication strategies to reach memorization where will we learn and practice fast tricks and strategies one fact at a time with fun games!

#### Class Experience

###### Follows Teacher-Created Curriculum
`Students will improve the multiplication fact fluency by using fast tricks and strategies to help them solve math facts 1-12.`
`Students  should know the basics and foundations of multiplication.`
`Paper, pencil or whiteboard and marker to write down your work as we solve multiplication problems`
`In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:GimkitKahootNearpodBlooket`
```.css-47miec{margin-top:0rem;}Nearpod- A site I use to create an interactive lesson. Students will join the lesson via a code. Students will be able to interact with the lesson via matching games, drawing on slides, games and more.

Blooket- A game students will join via a code. Students will choose a few games to play together as they answer multiplication questions.

Kahoot- A game students will join via a code. Students try to be the fastest to answer the multiplication question as they play against each other.

Gimkit-A game students will join via a code. Students will choose a few games to play together as they answer multiplication questions.```
Joined May, 2020
4.9
276reviews
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##### Teacher expertise and credentials
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#### \$13

weekly
1x per week
30 min

Completed by 7 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 7-11
1-6 learners per class