Learning math facts is very important for kids to learn. One way to learn them is to use Math Fact houses. My girls loved the addition and subtraction houses. They make learning really fun. A great way to build on this was to make some for multiplication and division.

These are really easy to use. You pick two small numbers to fill in the lower numbers of the roof of the house. Them figure out what the post number should be. We use the multiplication flash cards to help with this. Give them a card and they fill in the sheet.

A second way to do it is to give them the skip counting wall cards and skip counting dice. Have them roll the die and see what number they are counting by. Then use the wall cards to pick the second number. Then solve for the missing number and fill out the sheet.

Now if you want to do similar activities with the addition and subtraction math fact houses. Just do the same thing using the Addition Cards or Subtraction Cards.

**What you will find in these printables:**

- 8 Different Colors
- House for division and multiplication

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I love the game you created by rolling the die. So fun!

I meant roll the ‘dice.’ : 0 )

Die is fine for single. ðŸ™‚ We have had fun with it. There are so many ways to work on learning.

A great resource, definitely one for the back pocket for my daughter.

I love your printables. I was wondering if you might be planning a owl pack. We are planning to do an owl theme for letter O and was just wondering.

Thanks again.

Mendy

I’m glad you like the printables. No right now I have no plans for an owl pack. You can check my pinterest board for birds it might have something there: http://www.pinterest.com/cassie_osborne/bird-theme-activities-for-kids/

Such a great idea! I love that laminating it you can use it over and over again!

As you already know…GREAT resource. Thanks!

Laminating it is a great idea. I know these would be used many times!

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Thank you for these I am looking for fun ideas to help my boys with Maths. I am going to feature it this week on the Weekly Kids Co-op.

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