E is in first grade working on a lot of second-grade material that I’m very happy her teachers make available to her. She’s becoming interested in multiplication and keeps asking for more work to do after school.
Here’s a little introduction to multiplication I made for her: Rain Cloud Multiplication Expression Clip Cards!
(E was 7 years old.)
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Materials for Rain Cloud Multiplication Expression Clip Cards
- Free printable PDF file (download below).
- Laminator, laminating pouches (optional).
- Paper cutter or scissors.
- Clothespins, marker, or manipulatives.
What’s in the printable PDF file?
The file includes three pages with a total of 11 clip cards and one instruction card.
Each clip card shows one or more rain clouds with one or more raindrops each. The objective is to mark the multiplication expression on each card that is being shown with clouds and raindrops.
There are three possible solutions on each card.
Print, cut, and mark with clothespins, markers, or manipulatives.
Download your Multiplication Expression Clip Cards!
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