February 9, 2012

Movie Multiplication Madness

As if you did not learn enough about me from our tag game, prepare to learn two new facts!

1. I grew up in North Hollywood. (Notice this is not The Hills. North Hollywood is on the humbler side of things.) I lived 10 minutes from Universal and even worked there for a summer. Movies are a BIG part of my family.
2. My husband loves popcorn. He could eat it every day.

Why is this relevant? Because movies and popcorn go together. Obviously. And because I just finished a new packet with a movie multiplication theme. I love it. And I can't wait to share it!


This 27 page packet contains two complete leveled multiplication centers. Both games are played using two dice. You will need two 1-6 die and two 7-12 die. The first game features two leveled pages for numbers 2-12 for the student to work with by herself or against a friend. The second game is more comprehensive and covers a variety of numbers. It contains three different leveled game boards. Ready to use with a couple of dice, all you need to do is print it out. Children can start at the beginning and work up to multiples of 12 or they can focus on a number that they find difficult.

Want to get a copy for yourself? Follow my blog and recommend a movie for me to watch in the comments below.  I will pick the winner on Monday morning. So make sure you put in your recommendation before then. If you wanted to increase your chances make sure you are following my facebook page and let me know with another comment.

If you don't want to wait that long feel free to visit my store and pick up a copy for yourself.

1 comment:

  1. I'm going to recommend my all-time favorite movie--EVER!!!!

    You've Got Mail--I watch this movie all.the.time! My family rolls their eyes and walks away! I even put it in my laptop and bring it around the house while I'm cleaning/organizing!!

    One for the Money was really cute too if you are looking for a movie to see in the theater!

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