The fall season is a BUSY time! My personal favorite "go to" worksheet to have on hand are these **fall multiplication color-by-number worksheets**** **for third-grade and fourth-grade math.

Also, one of the biggest sellers in my Teachers Pay Teachers store are multiplication color-by-number worksheets.

The fall seasons that I currently have color-by-number worksheets are below:

- Fall/Autumn
- Halloween x 2 Styles
- Veterans Day
- Thanksgiving x 2 Styles

**I have two separate types of CBN worksheets. They are from different clip-artists and each offer their own unique differences.**

**Each set of fall multiplication color-by-number worksheets include multiplication facts 1-10.**

The multiplication color-by-number worksheets are a great resource to use in math centers. They are easy to prep and have ready in a pinch.

Also, you can print the answer key for students to check their work when the are finished.

For intervention students you can provide these **SUPER CUTE**
**phone-themed multiplication charts**. These are also great for math tool boxes. Students **LOVE THEM** and they are a big hit in my tpt store.

In my experience, providing something easy for substitutes to oversee has the best success rate in my classroom. The worksheets are easy to prep for the teacher and fun for the student.

I usually get at least one "yay!" when I use color-by-number worksheets.

Back-to-school season can be stressful! With all of the classroom and homeschool prep, we as teachers need something easy and fun we can give our students that doesn't require a massive amount of prep. My personal favorite "go to" worksheet to have on hand are these **back-to-school multiplication color-by-number worksheets **for third-grade and fourth-grade math.

Also, one of the biggest sellers in my Teachers Pay Teachers store are multiplication color-by-number worksheets.

These **multiplication color-by-number worksheets** are **ALWAYS** a big hit in my classroom! Students can sharpen their multiplication fluency and automaticity skills. Plus, 3rd-graders like to color too!

Well, at least my students have always enjoyed activities that allow them to color. Upper

**Multiplication mystery** pictures are a little different than color-by-number worksheets in that students can't tell what the picture is going to be. Also, mystery picture worksheets are more rigorous than color-by-number worksheets in that they have **A LOT** more multiplication problems.

**Use the back-to-school multiplication color-by-number worksheets in math centers, math rotations, sub-tubs, etc... They are a fun and easy way for students to practice multiplication in 3rd and 4th-grade.**

Personally, I am always trying to find **NEW WAYS** to excite students. These task cards fit in a 4" by 6" photo box. Use them at math centers, math rotations, or just for practice!

Click on the photographs to see them now!

If you enjoy task cards, you may enjoy this **post**.

Properties of multiplication for 3rd-Grade math, in my humble opinion is often times more complex than actually memorizing math facts. The issue **ISN'T** that the properties of multiplication are **MORE CONFUSING**, **IT IS** that teachers fail to give the students what they need to **UNDERSTAND** the properties.

No, I am not dogging anyone's teaching style. In some cases for example, I have observed that certain teachers may not understand the properties themselves. I'm not lying, I have stumbled across several resources that explained the associative property **COMPLETELY WRONG**.

Let me clarify, I am not writing this blog post to talk about teaching styles and will touch on this subject in a later blog post. However, I do want to point out that if you **DO NOT UNDERSTAND** the concept before you teach, your students will be left in the same boat.

Below are products I have created to teach each the properties of multiplication. You can read more about each resource at the **bottom of this post.**

If you aren't interested in reading the post and just wish to go directly to the resources you can click on the pictures below to go to that specific resource.

The ** commutative property of multiplication** states that the

**For example:**

**5 × 7 = 7 × 5**

As you can see, the numbers can move, but the answer will be the same.

The __ associative property of multiplication__ states that the

**For example:**

**3 × (5 × 7) = (3 × 5) × 7**

Notice how the parenthesis are what changes the grouping in the multiplication sentence. The product will in fact be the same, and the numbers **DO NOT** change places.

The **distributive property of multiplication **states that when a number is multiplied by the sum of two numbers, the first can be **distributed** to both of those and multiplied by each separately, then adding the two products together.

First, we "**break-up"** one of the factors to make it easier for 3rd-graders to multiply. If a student is given the multiplication sentence **8 × 16**, it is much easier for the student to "**break up**" the factor **16**.

**For example:**

**8 × (10 + 6)**

Next, the student will **distribute** the **8** to the addends and write a new equation.

**(8 × 10) + (8 × 6)**

Last, solve the equation.

**80 + 48 = 128**

As you can see, "breaking-up" the factor **16** and distributing the **8** to each addend made the problem much easier to solve. A student does not necessarily have to break **16** up into **10** and **6**, but it most cases it is the logical way.

Bundle

You can purchase each resource separately or as a bundle. The bundle contains every worksheet that is included in the single products at a reduced price.

Each resource has a definition and explanation page that breaks the property down in 3rd-grade terminology. Again, each resource comes with a word search that contains common vocabulary needed before introducing the property. For all properties there is also a matching worksheet, great for practicing and reinforcing the properties of multiplication.

The worksheets are designed specifically for 3rd-grade math - classroom or homeschool use. They specifically meet the standard CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.B.5 or 3.OA.B.5.

Pumpkin Spice is in the air and so is the chanting of math facts. As teachers and homeschoolers we are always looking for fun affordable ways to add quality resources to our teacher arsenal.

If so, you have clicked on the right blog post. What's so **GREAT** about these games? I have composed a list:

- These games are
**SUPER**simple to prep! - Plus, they are easy to differentiate.
- Candy corn colored multiplication charts are included.
- The games come in 1-10 fact practice or 1-12 facts.
- They are
**SUPER**affordable! - You can buy in a bundle and
**SAVE**!

Read more about the games below.

Practice multiplication facts 1-10 or 1-12.

What's Included: 1- Facts 1-10 Spinner Game 1- Facts 1-12 Spinner Game Candy Corn Colored Multiplication Charts Candy Corn Spinner Pieces

Practice Fact Families 1-10 or 1-12.

What's Included: 1- Facts Families 1-10 Spinner Game 1- Facts Families 1-12 Spinner Game Candy Corn Colored Multiplication Charts Candy Corn Spinner Pieces

Practice multiplication facts and division 1-10 or 1-12.

What's Included: 1- Facts 1-10 Spinner Game 1- Facts 1-12 Spinner Game 1- Facts Families 1-10 Spinner Game 1- Facts Families 1-12 Spinner Game Candy Corn Colored Multiplication Charts Candy Corn Spinner Pieces

You can click on the pictures above OR they are available for purchase in my Teacher's Pay Teachers store Raven R Cruz. I have several multiplication resources in my store so check them out!

I remember when I was required to memorize the 50 U.S. states. I was in sixth grade. Our class did boring worksheets and had to practice memorizing the locations and capitals of each state. It was **SO** boring! Plus, I don't remember anything that I learned.

Well, the fact that you are reading this article means you care enough not to inflict your students with the boredom I suffered. So if you are you searching for a fun and engaging United States Geography lesson for you class or homeschool, you came to the right post.

To make your students' learning more engaging and fun I have created fun task cards to help you students and children learn about the 50 U.S. States. The task cards have a significant QR code on each sending your student to an interactive website to learn more about each state. They can even check most of their answers on that site.

I don't think I need to stress how important it is not to bore your students. What are you waiting for? Grab these cards and add them to your curriculum today!

Task cards are a great way to reinforce and assess your students. With the addition of the QR codes, these task cards add an interactive quality to further engage your students. As teachers and homeschoolers we all know that interactive and engaging lessons are a must-have in our teaching. Students easily get bored, as did I like I mentioned before so we have to strive as teachers to find something that is interactive and engaging

"WOW, I love this resource! I feel like I could learn a ton from this even as an adult! "

"This resource is so much fun!! Students were completely engaged while learning fun facts about each state! Thank you for providing such a well made and easy to implement resource!!"

I love this! I am looking forward to using this with my 5th graders. Thank you so much!__ __