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Friday, January 16, 2015

Free Printable Triangle Multiplication Cards

In honor of the 2nd week of the Virtual Curriculum Fair I’ve got a special treat for you!  Free, full-color printable triangle cards for practicing the 6x6 to 12x12 multiplication facts.

triangle x-001I recommend printing these on cardstock. Laminate if you wish. I detest printables that require me to cut all the way around each individual object---it's messy, time consuming, and paper wasting---so these are designed to minimize cutting. The lines are a medium gray to make it a little less obvious if you are little off the line, too. ;) Each card covers one fact family, so you can use the 6, 7, 42 card to practice 6x7=42, 7x6=42, 42/6=7, 42/7=6. Each factor has its own color and products are a combination of the two factors on that card (the product is the color of one factor outlined by the other factor). Hopefully this will help your visual kiddos.

Recommended uses: 

Have your child cover one number with a thumb or clothespin to test herself (self-checking).

Have her copy out the four math sentences for each card.

Match up like products.

I’m sure that you can think of some other ideas.

Note:  This is a doc file (for some reason it didn’t want to convert well to pdf, but it converted pretty well to doc)---you should be able to print directly from google docs.  Let me know if you have any trouble with it.


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