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Multiplication doesn’t have to be boring. Bring a bit of fun to math with these fun multiplication worksheets featuring cardinal red birds.
Monkey is still working hard on multiplication. Although she’s into multiplying multiple digits, she is still a little rusty on her basic multiplication tables. We practice multiplication almost every day to help her learn to memorize her facts. I came up with this fun red bird/cardinal-themed multiplication worksheet to help Monkey remember her facts just a bit better and to fit in with our bird-themed homeschool unit study.
Fun Multiplication Worksheets: Red Bird Multiplication
I left the worksheet intentionally blank so you can write down whatever multiplication fact you’re working on at the time. I used the same concept behind our preschool worksheets, which looks at the multiplication problems from several angles so the kids can remember it using both verbal, visual, and tactile learning. Monkey’s favorite part about these worksheets is definitely the drawing section where you can draw out the multiplication array.
Print out one copy of the worksheet for each math fact you need to work on. You could also print one copy, laminate it, and use a dry erase marker to complete each multiplication problem. This would help save a bundle on printer ink costs.
More Fun Ways to Learn Math
Build a Complete Bird Unit Study
Bird Letter Matching Printable Pack from Playdough and Popsicles
Cute and Easy Kid-Made Bird Seed Ornament from Crafty Mama in ME
Owl Books for Kids from Look! We’re Learning!
Birds of Prey Books from Brain Power Boy
Children’s Picture Books about Birds from The Jenny Evolution
Bird Identification Apps from iGameMom
Bird Unit Printable from CraftCreateCalm
Birds Nest Loose Parts Invitation from My Storytime Corner
A Bird in the Hand from Tales of Education at Home
Perfect Gifts for Young Bird Lovers from FrogMom
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