Flower Multiplication Worksheets for Kids – Printable Pack
Summer is nearly here and we needed to bring a little bit more fun into our math lessons. These fun flower multiplication worksheets are the perfect addition whether the school year just started or it’s nearly over.
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Multiplication Worksheets – Facts 0-10
If you’re looking for a fun way to practice multiplication, this printable is for you!
What You’ll Need:
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Back to the math printable …
Begin by printing the multiplication flowers. Invite your child to complete the facts and then color the flowers in. You could also add glitter glue or sequins to make them extra fancy. Then, cut them out and display them.
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