Multiplying and Dividing with Multiples of Ten Math Center
This math activity allows students to use their knowledge of math facts and place value to solve 30 multiplication and division problems. This puzzle task is ideal for engaging math center work. The problems all use multiples of 10, 2500÷50=50 and 60x40=2,400 for example

This puzzle can be used by small groups, partners, or individual students. Also works great for those fast finishers!

Included is an Area Model worksheet for the students to show their math on. I suggest laminating the worksheet or putting it in a page protector and using dry erase markers if you want to save paper.

• Also comes with an interactive notebook page sized to fit on one notebook page.
• Puzzle pieces come pre-mixed up so that students can cut them out and not have prior knowledge of the answers.
• The puzzle can be printed double sided with the puzzle on one side and the skill name on the other for ease of organizing and sorting.
• I suggest printing on colored paper and laminating the puzzle pieces for durability.

The individual triangles form a self checking hexagon shape once all the problems are solved.

I always get a cheer when these come out, definite class favorites!
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Created: Sep 28, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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