Students pretend they are characters and act out a multiplication fact story.
Students design a banner that includes the fact and picture for each multiplication fact. Display the banners around the classroom.
Divide a large bulletin board into many smaller bulletin boards. As you add new multiplication facts, display the students’ drawings on the sections of the bulletin board.
Students sculpt clay models of the pictures from the multiplication fact story.
Using chalk, crayons, colored pencils or finger paints, ask the students color the pictures from the multiplication fact story. Assemble the colored pictures together into a book.
Try drawing with shaving cream! Spray a pile of shaving cream on the student’s desk. Added bonus – it is a great soap to clean a desk top.
Students animate the multiplication fact story by creating a flip book.
Students design a mobile using the multiplication fact pictures.
Students use papier-mâché to build a model of the characters or events in the multiplication stories.
Students create sequels to the multiplication fact stories. What happens next?
Ask the students to create a giant mural of the multiplication fact stories.
Students create a multiplication fact picture by gluing yarn to paper.