Cure student boredom with this Multiplying Multi-digit Numbers Math Quest! Allow students to master or practice their multiplication with multi-digit whole numbers skills and eliminate clues to reverse the “Spell of Westham Mystique.” In the end, students will determine a four-digit code. If you want, you can set the activity up as an escape room or breakout.
Students are invited to Wizardry School but must pass the final sorcerer test! This math quest has students solving 20 math problems (task-cards) related to Common Core Standard 4.NBT.5 (Students will be able to multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations.)
Your students will ENJOY every minute of Multiplying Multi-digit Numbers practice and review! This engaging math activity gets your students up and moving while focusing on math standards with a Students WILL need scratch paper to work out each problem and/or show their work.
Students will work individually (or in pairs) and race to see who can reverse the spell first! A friendly competition always increases engagement.
Super low prep! The only thing you need to do is cut and hide/hang the task cards!
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- 20 Questions – Task Cards
- Student Recording Sheet
- Student Directions
- Teacher Answer Key
- Teacher Directions
- Scratch Paper
- Group Stations
- Sub Plans
- Unit Review
- State Testing Review
- Enrichment Activity
- Teamwork Activity
- Formative Assessment
- Reward Activity
- Fun Activity Before a Long Break
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