# Products

## More Critter Multiples

Following a suggestion from one of our members, we have taken our Critter Multiples maths game and extended it.

This new 12 page pdf file is only available from the mathsticks+ dashboard. It includes 5 different game boards and a set of number choice circles. These new games focus on specific times tables from 3x to 12x. Read more »

## Critter Multiples

Critter Multiples is a straightforward multiplication game for two players.

The game is ideal for teachers who are focusing work on factors and products. It offers plenty of opportunities for children to practice finding the product of two numbers in a fun, engaging way.  In this version the numbers are chosen by rolling dice so the factors are limited to 1 - 6. Read more »

## Mental Mondays #2

This Mental and Oral activity focuses on developing children's use and understanding of number properties.

Children work in pairs, using a mini-whiteboard or a scribble pad in order to determine the identity of two 'secret' numbers. The information you give them about these numbers is related to addition and multiplication, for example: Read more »

## 4, 5, 6 Times Table Target Boards

These represent a simple but fun way for children to record their developing skills with the times tables. Read more »

## Times Table Target Boards

A straightforward, but engaging way for children to demonstrate their skills and understanding of times tables.

This resource was developed by a student to use on a recent school based training. The student created this for a Y4 class, adapting an original spelling activity. I don't think it's been used in this format before. Thank you Laura for letting me share it on this site. Read more »

## Number Properties Clue Game

This is one of a several very useful maths games based on ‘number properties’.

I first used this way back in the 1980’s; it is an ideal activity in that it puts the learning in the hands of the children and encourages good language (speaking and listening) skills and cooperative ‘play’. Read more »