Multiplication Mats

Item: 162562

$ 9.99
Item #:  162562
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Deepen Understanding Of Multiplication By Expressing Problems In Multiple Ways

Watch students' understanding of multiplication grow as they each create an example of a problem using the commutative property, repeated addition, groups of objects, and an array. Students can then share and display.

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Standards Spotlight:
Work with equal groups of objects to gain foundations for multiplication. Represent and solve multiplication problems. Understand properties of multiplication.
Grade Level:
Grades: 2-4
  • 32 mats
    Size: 17¼" by 22¾" each

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2 Star
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Reviewed by 3 Customers
4 Stars

They are very thin but after I laminate the mats, I was able to use them over and over again. You have to make sure the students dont bend them. They will bend easily and leave bend marks.
By from , GA
1 Star

Light and Thin

The paper that the mats are printed are too thin. When writing and pasting items on the mats they tore easily. We were unable to display class work for viewing. The mats need to be made of a more durable paper.

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By Hands On Learning from , GA
1 Star


When I see the word mat, I would think these would more durable, they are like thin paper with the thinnest plastic.These won't last at all. Waste.
By Brattyteacher from , FL