Time to Tile: Finding Multiples is a hands-on activity that takes students’ thinking beyond procedures and rote memorization. This engaging resource activates critical thinking and problem solving skills, all while building a true understanding of multiples. Students must place 10 number tiles (0-9) on the Time to Tile cards in order to correctly complete three multiple columns. Cards 1-15 have multiples that are in consecutive order (e.g., 6: 18, 24, 30). Cards 16-30 are a bit more challenging as they have multiples that are not in consecutive order (e.g., 6: 12, 36, 54). Students who have yet to master all of their multiplication facts can also have great success with this resource by using a 12 x 12 multiplication table as an aide.
This resource includes:
- 30 different Time to Tile cards
- An “Answer Recording Sheet,” where students can record their answers so they can be corrected later. This allows the resource to be used as a perfect independent or center activity.
- Answer keys
- Management and organization tips for successfully implementing Time to Tile in your classroom.
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- Total Pages 35
- Answer Key Included
- Teaching Duration 1 Month