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Multiplication Stairs for the Kinesthetic Learner

I found these stairs in a school in which I had a professional development meeting.  You have probably seen a similar idea on Pinterest of a staircase with brightly colored multiplication cards that exactly fit the stairs.  I have checked into the prices to have custom cards made like those on Pinterest and the prices were well over $500.  Ouch!  The great thing about these stairs (pictured below) is that they look like they were made on a much cheaper budget.

You would need someone who has access to a Silhouette die cutter and a selection of the sticky vinyl to print the numbers on.   In addition, you would need a ruler to mark off the placement of each number and lots of time!  When I saw this, I thought the idea was fabulous, but I didn’t think that the colors were dark enough to stand out on the  concrete.

If your school has used the spaces on their stairs for math facts, leave a link and/or share your experience.

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