Then, have them go off on their own and explore the different patterns. Click here for a recording sheet from High Hill Homeschool. Click here for a more advanced printable. Ask the students what they discovered when they created a web for each times table.
Then, using the new knowledge they gained, have them create a multiplication dream catcher with a paper plate (cut out the center). You should only need four colors of yarn based on their findings. See if they can figure out how many colors they will need on their own. Once constructed, children can refer to it if they forget one of their multiplication facts. They take their finger and follow the colored yarn. Here is a printable multiplication circle to use for students to mark on their paper plate where the numbers should be.
Here is a video about Waldorf Math: Learning Multiplication with 10 point circles.