Multiplication Madness
Dare to Divide
What's the Problem?
All in the Family
Wizard of Word Problems
100

What is 8x4?

32

100

What is 21÷3?

7

100

See the board. What multiplication problem do these equal groups represent?

(Ask your teacher)

100

What are the other 3 related facts for this fact?

4x5=20

5x4=20

20÷4=5

20÷5=4

100

Tina has 3 dogs. She gave each dog 4 treats. How many treats did she give out?

12 treats

200

What is 1x9?

9

200

What is 15÷3?

5

200

See the board. What multiplication problem does this array represent?

200

What fact family can be made using 16, 2, and 8?

2x8=16

8x2=16

16÷2=8

16÷8=2

200

Lucy has 8 boxes of Girl Scout cookies. Each box has 5 cookies. How many cookies does she have altogether?

40 cookies

300

Show me 7x2 using an array.

14

300

Show me 12÷3 using a number line.

4

300

See the board. What problem does this number line represent?

Ask your teacher.

300
Are 5x6=30 and 30÷6=5 related facts?

Yes

300

Mrs. Andrews has 20 students. She wants to put them in 4 equal reading groups. How many students should be in each group?

5 students.

400

What is 6x0?

0

400

What is 16÷4?

4

400

See the board. What problem does this model represent?

Ask your teacher.

400

Fill in the blank for this fact family:

10÷?=5

?x5=10

5x?=10

10÷5=?


?=2

400

Raven has 32 chocolate chips. She wants to split them evenly on 8 cupcakes. How many chocolate chips will go on each cupcake?

4 chocolate chips.

500

Show me 3x9 using equal groups, an array, repeated addition, and a number line.

27

500

What is 24÷8?

3

500

See the board. What problem does this number line represent?

Ask your teacher.

500

Choose the related fact for 6x4=24

4+6=10

8x3=24

24÷6=4

24-6=4

24÷6=4

500

Write a MULTIPLICATION word problem for 6x3.

(Check with your teacher.)

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