Are your students working on multiplication fluency? Multiplication videos are a great way to help students learn to count by multiples.
I’ve broken the multiplication videos down into groups by multiples. This helps students quickly find one that matches their goal.
The goals slide deck is a new addition to the digital resource, if you already own it, just redownload the teachers manual to find this it. 🙂
There are many strategies for increasing multiplication fluency. I share several of them in this blog post. Counting by a number can be helpful and many students love music.
Multiply by 2
Multiply by 3
Multiply by 4
Multiply by 5
Multiply by 6
Multiply by 7
Multiply by 8
Multiply by 9
Multiply by 10
All Multiplication Videos
This set includes a few that aren’t in the others which sometimes practice more than one multiple at a time.
Strategy Videos I’ve Made
I made a strategy video for each multiple. You can watch one below. The others can be found two ways. All of them are included in my Google Multiplication Resource. If you don’t use Google, they are also available individually hosted on TpT.
Sharing Multiplication Videos with Students
Transitions in the Classroom
Videos are great for transitions. Students can listen to and sing the songs as they walk in the door or as they clean up. Students spend the first few years of school learning to count by 2s, 5s, and 10s. Suddenly, in third grade, they have to learn to count by 3s, 4s, 6s, 7s, and 8s. Why not sneak practice in daily during transitions?
I have these video playlists embedded on my classroom website. Also, I teach my students to use the dropdown menu in the top left corner to pick a video. Many students like to watch them at home.
If you want to embed one of these playlists onto a classroom website, just click the YouTube button on the bottom right corner while a video is playing.
Then, it will open on YouTube where you can select the embed code.
In Google Resources
In my Multiplication Facts, Strategies, and Games for the Google Classroom, I have some of my favorite multiplication videos linked at the end of their practice slide decks along with multiplication games. When students have finished their assignment but need more practice to pass the quiz, they can choose to practice with games or watch a video.
Looking for a comprehensive digital multiplication resource? Looking for printable multiplication resources? Check these out!