# Multispin is THE game I’d recommend for teachers and homeschoolers when it comes to helping students learn their times tables.

Multispin is a fun maths game, designed specifically to help students practice their multiplication skills.

Multispin has been designed by Dr Paul Swan, who is fantastic at thoroughly teaching maths concepts by including as many games and hands on activities as possible. (And he’s from right here in Western Australia!)

Multispin has many features which make it a standout Maths resource:

✅ Simple to learn and play. If you can play Bingo, you can play Multispin!

✅ Has no distracting or unnecessary rules to remember, allowing the sole focus to be on memorising multiplication facts.

✅ Targets one set of multiplication facts at a time.

✅ Is fun! Students will actually WANT to play!

▪️ HOW TO PLAY ▪️

Multispin is a fun maths game which is designed for two or three players.

Players take turns to flick the spinner, calculate the table fact, then place a counter on the correct answer.

Each game is played along the style of Bingo, where players win if they can place three counters in a row, diagonal or column.

It really is that simple!

Each game board is dedicated to a different set of tables (all are included), so you can choose to play the game using whichever times tables you’re currently working on.

▪️ OUR THOUGHTS ▪️

I love the simplicity of Multispin. It’s fun, it’s quick, it’s effective, and it works for for all ages. If you’re a teacher or homeschool parent and you’re needing to teach your kids multiplication, Multispin is THE game that I’d recommend as a staple for your classroom.

Multispin is simple, structured, and repetitive - which is the perfect design for teaching multiplication facts. And the game element really will get your students hooked so they will be requesting to practice their times tables daily!

(Multispin is also available to be purchased in store from our brick and mortar store if you're lucky enough to be local to Bunbury, Western Australia!)

Would you like more in depth instructions on how to play? Here's a wonderful video tutorial by the creator, Dr Paul Swan, with detailed instructions on how to play Multispin!