- Crayola Watercolour Paints
- Crayola Coloured Pencils
- Crayola Paint Brushes
- Crayola White Glue
- Crayola Scissors
- Crayola Markers
- Water Containers
- Paper Towels
- Bristol Board - 30.5 cm x 30.5 cm (12" x 12")
- Tag Manilla or Cardstock Paper - 22.9 cm x 30.5 cm (9" x 12")
- Draw a house that includes an isosceles triangle, squares and rectangles on the tag manilla paper.
- Draw the outline of 10 windows and the outline of a door on the house.
- Use regular tessellations to decorate the walls of your house.
- Use coloured pencils to colour the walls of the house.
- Leave the windows blank.
- Cover the whole house with watery watercolour paint.
- Cut the house out.
- Cut from the bottom of the house along a line that connects the right-hand side of the windows in that row.
- Stop at the top window.
- Cut the top and bottom of each window so they all open like flaps.
- Make sure all the windows will open like a flap.
- Use Crayola Washable Glue to glue the house to the Bristol board.
- Make sure there is lots of glue around the edges of each window.
- Do NOT put glue on the flaps so the windows will open properly.
- Number the windows from 1-10.
- Write the multiplication number on the door.
- Write the answer to each multiplication fact inside the window, e.g.,
- The number on the door of this house is 4.
- It is the house of number 4 multiplication facts
- 4 x 5 = 20 so write 20 inside the number 5 window.
- Use your number house to practice your multiplication facts.