**Multiplication**

**Multiplication**

**Learning Intention:****Students will solve multiplication problems using 2 values whose product is less than or equal to 100; use concrete objects to prove the answer; use a calculator to prove the answer.**

**Success Criteria:****Students will be successful when they can multiply by 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and/or 10.**

**Essential Questions:**- How can I make equal groups from this one large group?

- How do I know this is a fair share?

- What is the product?

- How can I solve this multiplication problem using objects?

- How can I solve this multiplication problem using a calculator?

**Standards Covered**

**Standards Covered**

EE.6.NS.3. Solve two-factor multiplication problems with products up to 50 using concrete objects and/or a calculator.

EE.7.NS.2.a. Solve multiplication problems with products to 100.

EE.7.NS.2.a. Solve multiplication problems with products to 100.

**Multiplication**is when you take one number and add it together a number of times.

Example: 5 multiplied by 4 = 5 + 5 + 5 + 5 = 20.

We took the number 5 and added it together 4 times.

This is why

**multiplication**is sometimes called "times".

Website support: luminouslearning.com/blogs/sped-math/how-to-teach-multiplication

**Vocabulary**

**Vocabulary**

**multiplication**-

**repeated addition**- adding equal groups together.

**product**- answer when two or more values are multiplied together.

**Anchor Charts**

**Anchor Charts**

https://www.tes.com/lessons/tXB4YIinYhuDAA/multiplication-anchor-charts

https://www.tes.com/lessons/tXB4YIinYhuDAA/multiplication-anchor-charts

https://www.tes.com/lessons/tXB4YIinYhuDAA/multiplication-anchor-charts

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**Multiplication Videos**

**Multiplication Videos**

**Multiplication - Using Repeated Addition Strategy **

**Multiplication - Using Repeated Addition Strategy**

**Repeated addition**is adding equal groups together. It is also known as

**multiplication**. If the same number is

**repeated**then, we can write that in the form of

**multiplication**.

**Repeated addition**is the easiest way to progress from additive to multiplicative understanding. It helps kids build rock solid mathematical understandings, compared to solving pages of multiplication problems. If this step is missed students will struggle with multiplication down the line.

https://www.splashlearn.com/math-vocabulary/algebra/repeated-addition

**How To Do Repeated Addition Videos**

**How To Do Repeated Addition Videos**

**Basic Calculator**

**Basic Calculator**

**Jamboard**

**Jamboard**

**Practice**

**Practice**

Repeated Addition, an interactive worksheet by Nora_ghassan

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Repeated Addition, an interactive worksheet by Nora_ghassan

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Multiplication as repeated addition, an interactive worksheet by YNBrown

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Basic Multiplication, an interactive worksheet by PaoMG

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**Multiplication Games**

**Multiplication Kahoot**

**Multiplication Kahoot**

**Assessment**

**Assessment**

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Fact Multiplication, an interactive worksheet by MathWOW

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Multiplication -προπαίδεια -таблица множења, an interactive worksheet by emimill

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