N # 04-Numbers

Maxplication Chart

Brain Exercise & Creativity Test
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Maxplication Chart

This chart is an exercise in cognitive and creative skills.
The word maxplication is my own creation,
The exercise is suitable for grades 5 +

Allow the students to study the chart and identify how many numbers they can find to multiply by 5

As a follow up exercise ask students to design and document the information for the 6 times table;Use the same format that is in the chart.

Blank grids can be provided.
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MAXPLICATION CHART# 04.

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7 Comments


  1. The Maxplication chart 011 is so fun. I believe my older mother would also like these games on your sight to keep her brain sharp. It is so neat that you have this available for teachers and all my nieces teach this grade so I will email this to them. Good job!

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    1. Thank you i hope they have as much fun as i did creating them as a way to keep my mind sharp.

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  2. That is the first time I have seen this type of chart. I can see how the kids would learn from how the numbers are sequenced to give the appropriate answers within the chart.

    For myself, I have always liked different puzzles and games for learning things. I find the more you do things of this sort, the better you can become with dynamic thinking to be very quick to recognize alternative solutions with problems.

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    1. Thank you for your comments,we have to focus on critical thinking/creativity and problem solving. The internet is changing education and schools must move with the times.Were you able to follow the chart or manage the challenge.I am amazed, you can ask any question on the Internet and you will find an answer even if it is not totally correct, for example I find that the Caribbean is left out of some answers on the Internet.

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    2. Thanks, I tried to be different and refused to look at other popular puzzles despite many prompting from friends, i started creating charts as a teacher 1964-67 and 67-69 but only shared them with the school . I really have fun creating them.Thanks for your comments, please keep completing the new exercises and give me feedback.

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  3. I have seen some applications on smart phones that help people keep their mental skills sharp. Using this for elementary school is a much a more creative way for getting some students to learn. Unfortunately the rigid school system doesn’t allow for different learning types. I’ll be showing this to a friend who is a elementary school teacher. I’m sure she will find this interesting.

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    1. Thank you, much appreciated, I am in the process of creating plans for a dream school.. I will be grateful if your teacher could give me some feedback.

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