6 ways to collect multiplication pictures
1. Collect pictures of times table facts for a poster
2. Put pictures in Robinsunne’s multiplication clock
3. Collect from the same context, theme, or story
Animal legs for x2? What multiplication can you find in Star Wars, Harry Potter, or Minecraft?
4. Find examples of as many models as you can
Larger pictures of models are here.
5. Collect iconic examples
Iconic multiplication is easy to recognize, such as 8×8 for chessboard or 2×5 for fingers on hands. The backgammon board always stands for 4×6 and can’t have another combination of circles.
6. Make factorization diagram posters
Sources: Count on Monsters and Math Less Traveled.