The game is called "Multiplication 5-in-a-row" and is basically a version of bingo. The object of the game is to get five in a row. I really like this game because students have to think backwards. The products for the basic facts 2-9 are provided. Students take turns picking what two factors they will multiply. They then move their two paper clips. Everyone else must also move their paper clips. (The paper clips hook on very nicely around the end of the paper and slide easily up and down the board.)
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