A couple days ago we helped you recover your kids textbooks, so today we're taking it back to elementary school and giving you (the parents) an easy resource to help your kiddos practice their multiplication. In the video below, you'll find two different resources that you can use for different stages in your kid's learning, and if you click here you'll find all of the free printables for you to download!
The first printable mentioned in the video is this donut multiplication table with a coordinating printable for all the numbers within the table. I wanted to make something that was versatile for your kids, so in this set the little ones can work on a specific multiple, or you can get creative and make a game out of it. When researching for this DIY, I came across this fun game that you can use this printable for.
The next resource I made was for the smaller kids who still need a visual aid to do their multiplication tables. Or, if you have kids in first or second grade, you can use the same template to help with with addition or subtraction. Either way, you can use the printables in whatever way make sense for you and your family, and then when you're done just stick it back to the paper it came on, roll it up, and secure it with some tape. Once the kids are ready to practice again, just stick it back on the wall!
Hope you like the video. Let us know what you think in the comments below, and if you print this for yourself, make sure to tag us on Instagram and use #snapboxdiy to be featured on our feed.