Multiplying 10’s at The Alamo Worksheet

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If your kids are struggling with their multiplication, you can teach them some simple tricks and tips that will make any multiplication problem seem easy as pie. When you multiply any number by 10, the product will always end in a zero. This is very similar to counting numbers by 10’s. the Texans in this worksheet are fighting for their independence. Help them by drawing a line through all of the correct products to get the soldiers to The Alamo.

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should know how to multiply numbers by 10 and recognize that the answer will always end in 0. They should also have some understanding of Texas history, specifically the story of the famous battle at The Alamo. Additionally, they will need to have basic drawing and coloring skills to complete the worksheet.

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