I separated the multiplication packets into 12 individual bundles (one for each fact).
This is after each set is assembled from the bundle, but does not include all of the review packets…
#1 in the packet…
Practice saying and memorizing the multiples on the watch.
#2 in the packet…
(exclusive FREEBIE only available in the BUNDLE)
#3 Spin, Solve and Color…
#4 Spin and Multiply
#5 True or False
#6 Multiplication Spin and Graph
#7 Roll, Add and Multiply
#8 Roll and Solve
Race to the top to see which cute characters get colored first!
After coloring 3 pictures, the game is over!
#9 Color by Product
#10 Multiplication Searches
#11 Multiplication Timed Tests
Do you want to try it before you buy it?
Be sure to also grab these FREE multiplication posters HERE!
This freebie is for the full and mini size posters!
Oh my goodness! This is a fabulous set! Thank you for creating it. My 3rd grader will love it!
Jacquelin Caffey says
Love this set and how you have shown how to individually put together the books. My 3rd grader is having great success! One question, what kind of binding machine do you use? Thanks!
These look awesome and so much fun. I really miss teaching the Grandkids, but I am going to find out where they are in math and maybe we could do these for fun. Thanks so much for sharing.
Yes, I would like to know how you bound them too.
Hi Jacquelin and Jackie!
Thank you so much for your kind words! I use a binding machine called Akiles. It was an investment price wise, but we use it all of the time. I picked it up at mybinding.com You can also have them bound at office supply stores for around $3. 🙂
I hope that helps!
I just purchased the packet. And it looks amazing. Is it okay if I just go to a store and get it professional printed off? Also do I assemble the packets? and is it easy to do?
Teresa Castro says
I just open a few minutes ago your website page and I felt so amazed. Ialways looking for new ideas for my class and I found here a wonderfull work.
Thanks for loving education and for all your brilliant ideas.
God bless you
Wow! What a kind comment! Thank you so much, Teresa! Thank you for stopping by!
God bless you, too!
Kelsie Roeser says
I was wondering how you would use these in the classroom? Would you print a multiplication packet for every child? Or would you have one copy and just laminate them so students can reuse them?
That is definitely an option. What I would recommend is placing them in sheet protectors and use a dry erase marker. That way you save yourself a lot of time and you don’t need to laminate. I hope this helps!
Did you make one of these packets for each kiddo? How much does it cost per booklet? I have 30 kiddos but could have as many as 35. It would be costly, but I guess I could do 5 or 6 for Math Centers and put them in plastic protectors. Thank you for all your hard work!!
You could use these in the classroom or as review sheets to send home as homework. I also love the idea of using these in sheet protectors for a math center! That would be a great option to save on ink and paper! I hope this helps!
Eleanor Judd says
Do the packets include the cute covers that you have on the booklets that you bound together? I can’t tell from the preview on the teachers pay teachers website.
These look great, but there is one thing that is stopping me from buying it. With the roll add and multiply game would the lowest possible answer not be 10? Maybe I am misunderstanding the game?
Lorie Gines says
HI, I love all the fun practice this includes. Question on the book though, do you print each page of each packet to include in the booklet or do you just randomly pick 1 or 2 from each packet to put in packets? Probably a silly question but just curious. Thanks, Lgines
It’s completely up to you. I’ve included many different activities for each multiplication fact so that you can be confident that your students will fully master each multiplication fact through practice, practice, practice!
Just purchased this set and I am very excited to use it this coming homeschool year. My children are entering 1st and 2nd grade and we started arrays at the end of last year to introduce multiplication. So this year we will really get the facts down using this! I am planning on putting all of the pages in order and sectioned off by number into a binder for each of my kids. I’m thinking that may be the most cost effective way unless they can bind all the pages together in sequence into one big spiral book at my local office supply store.
That’s a great idea! 🙂
I want it, but I can’t find the option to buy it. Can you help me?
Here is the link to the bundle: click here. Please let me know if you have any other problems! I hope this helps!
Hello, I just want to say thank you. My third grade son is currently making straight A’s but he is not the kid that things come easily to. He has to work hard at it and I do my best to help him catch up on the skills he struggles with. I have noticed his math grade is going down because he’s struggling w/ multiplication facts. Teachers and administrators have encouraged the parents to work with our children on mastering multiplication and I really just felt lost. I don’t know how to teach him this and struggling to remember how I learned them myself. I was in tears earlier today watching him struggle and not being able to help. All this to say, your packet is God sent! I’m going to have it printed and bound at a local office supply store and will be prepared to do it again when my 3 year old reaches 3rd grade. Thank you again.
You just made my heart so happy! Thank you for your sweet words. You’ve really made my day!
Do you happen to have a multiplication fact mastery tracker of sorts?
Thanks for such a fun and engaging product, I am looking forward to using it.
The Multiplication Bundle comes with a Timed Test Packet. This packet should help you identify mastery of a particular multiplication fact. I hope that helps!
Hi! I just found your website and I love this multiplication set!! I was wondering what length of time you would typically expect it to take to get through all of the booklets? My son is in second grade now, and I was thinking about starting these with him this summer in preparation for third grade. Is this a year-long course, or is it feasible that we might get through these in the summer if we work at it regularly?
I would suggest focusing on introducing each math fact and not focusing on each individual packet. Start with the easier numbers (x1, x10, x5, x2) and then move onto more challenging numbers (x3, x4, x6, x7, x8, x9). I suggest pulling one math fact at a time from each packet, and then using the combination pages (e.g. x1-3) in order to offer a spiral review. As far as the length of time that it would take to master each factor, that really depends on your son. You might be able to get through a good portion over the summer, but I would suggest making sure he doesn’t get overwhelmed with finishing it all, as there will be plenty of practice for multiplication facts in the 3rd grade. I hope that helps!
Patti Korth says
I love the multiplication pack, would you have a addition and subtraction packs. I’ve been looking for something like this for a long time. My student is not ready for multiplication yet but I will have your pack.
Thank you Patti
Yes! I do have packets for addition and subtraction! Check out the blog post: click here. I also have the Interactive Math Packets for addition: click here, and for subtraction: click here. I hope these help! 🙂
JENNA PULLEY says
Thank you for such wonderful, thorough, thought-filled units! How do you laminate the pages of your addition/subtraction fluency books? Do you have a lamination paper you would recommend? When I look at your books, the lamination appears to be thinner than what my laminator produces at home. I like the binding idea, but think my papers would be too thick.
Additionally, I would love to know where to find some of the manipulatives you use (ie. the large colorful die). The other day I came across your amazon page, but I am having a difficult time finding it again.
Thank you for any advice/help you can offer! Press on…spring and summer are almost here!! 🙂
When it comes to laminating, I suggest either laminating at a teacher supply or office supply store, or you could personally laminate them using 3mil lamination pouches. I’ve added the Scotch Laminating Pouches to my Amazon list: Click Here.
I purchased the large dice from Lakeshore Learning: Click Here. And I’ve also added a couple of other types to my Amazon list. I hope that helps!
I love this bundle! I just purchased it last night and have been busy putting together booklets for my kids. I’m curious – what do you put in the review packets? I’ve printed each page for the individual fact booklets, but I’d like to create review booklets, as well. Only a few of the activities have review sheets, but I want to include every activity sheet in them. How did you do them? Thanks!
I would suggest duplicating some of the activities for the math facts that your students struggled with most. In order to keep up their confidence, you should also include a few pages for facts that are easier for them as well. I hope this helps!
Lauren DeMarsico says
Hi! I am trying to download the multiplication freebie packet and the form stays on “Submitting” and never moves from there. Please help! Thank you!
It should be in you email inbox. If you don’t see it in your inbox, check your spam folder. You can email me at email@example.com if you still have trouble.
Donna Bielawski says
Can you explain how to do this? Do I print these on my home computer, then take the sheets to the office supply store to laminate and put together? I’m really confused.
You could print them and have them laminated if you want to use them for multiple students, or you could print packets for each student. Also, you could organize them by the factors, or you could have them grouped by the activity. I hope that helps!