Teacher Notes

After I made multiplication cards with my
granddaughter with a picture label on them she suggested this for
learning:

(8 x 8) “I ate (eight) and I ate (eight) and I
got sick (six) on the floor (four).”

(6 x 4) "I got sick (six) on the floor (four)
because I ate too (two) many more (four)".

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