Multiplication Fact Game for Doubles Strategy

A couple of weeks ago I posted a fun Bump game featuring the doubles strategy for learning multiplication facts, and today’s freebie features more practice on that same strategy. Basically, this strategy makes connections between the 2s, 4s, and 8s. If a student knows 2 x 5 = 10, then 4 x 5 would be double that, or 20, because 4 is double 2. And 8 x 5 would be double 20, or 40, because 8 is double 4. Hence the name of the game: Double, Double, Double. ๐

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A great book for teaching multiplication and division facts using a strategy-based approach is Mastering the Basic Math Facts in Multiplication and Division.

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1. Blair Turner says:

Thanks so much for featuring my owls, Donna! I love this game and can’t wait to use it next week with my third graders! ๐

Blair

1. Donna Boucher says:

My pleasure, Blair! It’s a nice coincidence that it’s something you can use with your kiddos. ๐

2. Amanda says:

Wow, this is terrific! I love the double double strategy. Helps with number sense too! Thanks for sharing. I’m your newest follower.

Amanda
The Teaching Thief