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# **The majority of my activities are drills and games.

My Cub Club group decided to do one day
for the concept of multiplication, one day for real world application, and one day for drill and
practice. I had drill and practice; therefore I used a lot of games, computer games, races,
ﬂashcards, etc in order to make drill and practice more engaging and fun.
Date Students Present Activities
2/20 Student B & I I looked over both students’ interest inventories
prior to meeting in order to gain an
understanding of each students’ attitudes
towards math.
• To begin, I gave each student a white board
and as I called out multiplication facts, they
would write the answers on their board.
• Dice game- Each student rolled a dice at the
same time. They took turns say what the
product of each set would be.
• We ended by playing a multiplication racing
game on my computer.
2/27 Student B During week one, I noticed that student B was a
lot slower on multiplication facts than student I.
Therefore, I utilized this time with only student B
for a lot of drill.
• We played a ﬁle folder matching game.
• We used ﬂashcards to drill 4s,5s, and 6s.
• We ended by playing the multiplication racing
game on my computer.
3/6 Student B & I • We began with a quick video to review facts 4
and 5.
• I then gave each student a white board and as
I called out multiplication facts, they would
write the answers on their board.
• We ended with two multiplication ﬁle folder
games from the resource room.
3/13 Student B • We began with a quick video to review facts 6
and 7.
• We then played a class version of around the
world with multiplication facts.
• We played a multiplication racing game and a
multiplication bubble-popping game on my
computer to close out the morning.
3/20 Student B & I • We began with a quick video to review facts 8
and 9.
• We then played a class version of around the
world with multiplication facts.
• We spent the last few minutes discussing our
time in Cub Club and their plans to continue
improving in math and reading even though
Cub Club is over.
Cub Club: Multiplication