# Multiplication Game Worksheet (With Answers)

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Multiplication Game: “I Have... Who Has...”
How to play the game:
Distribute the cards randomly to your students. Some students may get more than one
card.
Select a student to begin by reading their card aloud.
(example: I have 25. Who has 6 x 6?)
The child whose card comes next, will then read their card.
(example: I have 36. Who has 9 x 3?)
And so on.
Students must listen for their turn and try not to break the chain.
When the chain circles around to the first student, the game is over.
Suggestions:
Print out the “I Have, Who Has” flashcards on card stock and laminate them so they will
last for many years to come.
Practice the game once with your students so they understand how the game works, then
see if they can “beat the timer.” Set a timer for 2 minutes, 5 minutes, or whatever.
Challenge them to finish the game before timer beeps.
Answer Chain:
a. I have 35. Who had 4 x 4?
n. I have 42. Who has 8 x 8?
b. I have 16. Who has 10 x 3?
o. I have 64. Who has 8 x 6?
c. I have 30. Who has 3 x 8?
p. I have 48. Who has 7 x 1?
d. I have 24. Who has 5 x 5?
q. I have 7. Who has 9 x 7?
e. I have 25. Who has 6 x 6?
r. I have 63. Who has 9 x 6?
f. I have 36. Who has 9 x 3?
s. I have 54. Who has 8 x 9?
g. I have 27. Who has 7 x 7?
t. I have 72. Who has 3 x 2?
h. I have 49. Who has 3 x 3?
u. I have 6. Who has 10 x 10?
i. I have 9. Who has 7 x 3?
v. I have 100. Who has 10 x 5?
j. I have 21. Who has 9 x 5?
w. I have 50. Who has 8 x 7?
k. I have 45. Who has 8 x 5?
x. I have 56. Who has 7 x 4?
l. I have 40. Who has 4 x 5?
y. I have 28. Who has 8 x 0?
m. I have 20. Who has 7 x 6?
z. I have 0. Who has 7 x 5?
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