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Putting Multiplication Memorization on Your List Multiplication practice doesn’t have to be intimidating! Use these fun Digital Color by Code activities to help students master their multiplication facts. They are available as Google Forms which means they are paperless and self-grading! Benefit 1: Math Comes Easier Math builds on itself, which is why things like
Use this fun, digital interactive activity to review multiplication fact patterns. This paperless math activity includes a hundreds chart where students use moveable counters to skip count by numbers. For example, highlight the multiples of 5 and discuss what patterns you see. Then enter what pattens you notice on the text box to the right.
*This page contains an affiliate link. Third grade students begin learning about multiplication by building simple arrays. Students then begin to break apart large arrays into smaller arrays. This helps with understanding the distributive property of multiplication. Hands-On Math Activity The following picture shows how you can use ten-frames (affiliate link) to build arrays. Notice
Last week I helped you introduce division to your third graders. Click here to view that blog post. Today, Let’s look at division strategies for your fourth or fifth graders. 1. Use Manipulatives! You may be tempted to skip this step, but it’s crucial for students to start at the concrete stage in order to
In this blog post I will share with you division strategies, example activities, and a free printable that you can use with your third grade students. Start with word problems! Why? It is very important to introduce division using word problems. This is a great opportunity for students to visualize what is happening and to