Learning the times tables is a daunting task! It takes repetition, more repetition, and even more repetition to really get those numbers ingrained in our heads. Due to this repetitiveness, math facts are often perceived as boring or even unnecessary by children who have simply had enough of the worksheets and flash cards. Using file folder games to help children memorize math facts is a great opportunity to add in a little hands on fun during a normally daunting task.

This file folder game has a fun Stonehenge theme and helps children work on their doubles facts. This game is part of a series of games we have for multiplication mastery

This is a game for children who are

working on early multiplication skills.

Each Martian is holding up a math

problem, and children place them into

the correct spacecraft which has the

answer.

This is a game for children who are working on their times tables. Children learn the basic multiplication facts for the number three, then match the equations

to the answer.

This is a game for children who are working on their times tables. Children learn the basic multiplication facts for the number four, then match the equations to the answer.

Here is a game for children who are ready to work on multiplication by 5’s. Children match the hot air balloons to the correct basket

This is a game for children who are working on their times tables. Children learn the basic multiplication facts for the number six, then match the equations to the answer.

Children can master their times seven multiplication facts with this fantatic game with a Down Under theme!

Children learn those dreaded eights with an under the sea Octopus theme game.

This is a game for children who are working on their times tables. Children learn the basic multiplication facts for the number nine then match the equations to the answer.

**T****en Times Tables **This is a simple multiplication game for children to work on their x10 math facts up to 10 x 12. We have a set of multiplication games here.

**E****leven Times Tables **This is a game for children who are learning early multiplication facts. This game takes children through their x11 facts up to 11 x 12.

**T****w****elve**** Times Tables**** **This is a game for children who are working on their times tables. Children learn the basic multiplication facts for the number twelve then match the equations to the answer.

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