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Spooky Arrays on the iPad

Our week’s been off to a spooktacular start!  We created our own spooky repeated addition arrays using the free app Doodle Buddy.  Doodle Buddy has a great collection of spooky backgrounds and stamps, and my second graders just ate this activity up.  We even turned off the lights to make the classroom feel “spookier.”  Here are a couple of examples they came up with:

My kiddos also had a blast hunting for spooky arrays around the room with this FREE QR code scavenger hunt.  
I made this freebie last year for my fourth graders and just updated it to include a repeated addition version in addition to the original multiplication version.  Click here to download it for free.

We’re still reviewing fact families, so one of our math centers this week is this Witch’s Hat Fact Family activity.  You can check it out here.

Hope you’re having a spooktacular October!
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