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Unit 3: Multiplication and division
About this unit.
In this topic, we will multiply and divide whole numbers. The topic starts with 1digit multiplication and division and goes through multidigit problems. We will cover regrouping, remainders, and word problems.
Multiplication intro
 Multiplication as equal groups (Opens a modal)
 Intro to multiplication (Opens a modal)
 Basic multiplication (Opens a modal)
 Multiplication with arrays (Opens a modal)
 Worked example: Whole numbers on the number line (Opens a modal)
 More ways to multiply (Opens a modal)
 Ways to represent multiplication (Opens a modal)
 Understand multiplication using groups of objects 7 questions Practice
 Multiply with arrays 7 questions Practice
 Represent multiplication on the number line 4 questions Practice
Multiplication facts
 Multiplication tables for 29 (Opens a modal)
 Multiplication tables for 10, 11, 12 (Opens a modal)
 Multiply by 0 or 1 14 questions Practice
 Multiply by 2 7 questions Practice
 Multiply by 3 7 questions Practice
 Multiply by 4 7 questions Practice
 Multiply by 5 7 questions Practice
 Multiply by 6 7 questions Practice
 Multiply by 7 14 questions Practice
 Multiply by 8 14 questions Practice
 Multiply by 9 14 questions Practice
 Basic multiplication 7 questions Practice
Properties of multiplication
 Properties of multiplication (Opens a modal)
 Properties and patterns for multiplication (Opens a modal)
 Associative property of multiplication (Opens a modal)
 Commutative property of multiplication review (Opens a modal)
 Associative property of multiplication review (Opens a modal)
 Distributive property review (Opens a modal)
 Commutative property of multiplication 7 questions Practice
 Associative property of multiplication 7 questions Practice
 Distributive property 4 questions Practice
Multiplying by tens
 Multiplying by multiples of 10 (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying by tens word problem (Opens a modal)
 Multiply by tens 7 questions Practice
 Multiply by tens word problems 4 questions Practice
Multiplication by 10s, 100s, and 1000s
 Multiplying 10s (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying 1digit numbers by multiples of 10, 100, and 1000 (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying 1digit numbers by 10, 100, and 1000 (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying 10s 7 questions Practice
 Multiply 1digit numbers by a multiple of 10, 100, and 1000 7 questions Practice
 Multiply 1digit numbers by 10, 100, and 1000 7 questions Practice
Multiplication: place value and area models
 Using area model and properties to multiply (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying with distributive property (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying with area model: 6 x 7981 (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying with area model: 78 x 65 (Opens a modal)
 Lattice multiplication (Opens a modal)
 Why lattice multiplication works (Opens a modal)
 Multiply 2digits by 1digit with distributive property 4 questions Practice
 Multiply 2digit numbers with area models 4 questions Practice
Multidigit multiplication
 Multiplying 2digit by 1digit (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying 3digit by 1digit (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying 3digit by 1digit (regrouping) (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying 4digit by 1digit (regrouping) (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying 2digit numbers (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying 2digit by 2digit: 36x23 (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying 2digit by 2digit: 23x44 (Opens a modal)
 Multiplying multidigit numbers (Opens a modal)
 Multiply without regrouping 7 questions Practice
 Multiply with regrouping 7 questions Practice
 Multiply 2digit numbers 7 questions Practice
 Multidigit multiplication 4 questions Practice
Relating multiplication and division
 Relating division to multiplication (Opens a modal)
 Multiplication word problem: parking lot (Opens a modal)
 Division word problem: school building (Opens a modal)
 Relate division to multiplication 7 questions Practice
 Relate division to multiplication word problems 4 questions Practice
Division intro
 The idea of division (Opens a modal)
 Intro to division (Opens a modal)
 Ways to represent division (Opens a modal)
 Division with groups of objects 7 questions Practice
 Divide with visuals 7 questions Practice
Division facts
 No videos or articles available in this lesson
 Divide by 1 11 questions Practice
 Divide by 2 10 questions Practice
 Divide by 3 10 questions Practice
 Divide by 4 10 questions Practice
 Divide by 5 10 questions Practice
 Divide by 6 10 questions Practice
 Divide by 7 10 questions Practice
 Divide by 8 10 questions Practice
 Divide by 9 10 questions Practice
 Divide by 10 10 questions Practice
 Basic division 7 questions Practice
Division problems that work out nicely
 Quotients that are multiples of 10 (Opens a modal)
 Canceling zeros when dividing (Opens a modal)
 Divide multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000 by 1digit numbers 7 questions Practice
 Cancel zeros when dividing 7 questions Practice
Division: place value and area
 Division using place value (Opens a modal)
 Division with area models (Opens a modal)
 Divide using place value 4 questions Practice
 Divide by 1digit numbers with area models 4 questions Practice
Multidigit division (no remainders)
 Intro to long division (no remainders) (Opens a modal)
 Long division: 280÷5 (Opens a modal)
 Divide multidigit numbers by 2, 3, 4, and 5 (remainders) 7 questions Practice
 Zeros in the dividend (no remainders) 4 questions Practice
 Zeros in the quotient (no remainders) 4 questions Practice
 Intro to remainders (Opens a modal)
 Understanding remainders (Opens a modal)
 Interpreting remainders (Opens a modal)
 Long division with remainders: 3771÷8 (Opens a modal)
 Long division with remainders: 2292÷4 (Opens a modal)
 Divide with remainders (2digit by 1digit) 4 questions Practice
 Divide multidigit numbers by 6, 7, 8, and 9 (remainders) 4 questions Practice
 Multidigit division 4 questions Practice
Multidigit division (remainders)
 Intro to long division (remainders) (Opens a modal)
 Dividing by 2digits: 6250÷25 (Opens a modal)
 Dividing by 2digits: 9815÷65 (Opens a modal)
 Dividing by 2digits: 7182÷42 (Opens a modal)
 Partial quotient method of division: introduction (Opens a modal)
 Partial quotient method of division: example using very large numbers (Opens a modal)
 Divide by taking out factors of 10 4 questions Practice
 Basic multidigit division 7 questions Practice
 Division by 2digits 4 questions Practice
Multiplication and division word problems
 Multiplication word problem: carrots (Opens a modal)
 Division word problem: row boat (Opens a modal)
 Multiplication word problem: pizza (Opens a modal)
 Division word problem: field goals (Opens a modal)
 Multiplication, division word problem: pedaling (Opens a modal)
 Multiplication and division word problems 7 questions Practice
 Multistep word problems with whole numbers 4 questions Practice
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CKMath Unit 4: Relating Multiplication to Division
Focus: This unit introduces students to the concept of division and its relationship to multiplication. Previously, students learned that multiplication can be understood in terms of equalsize groups. The expression 5 x 2 can represent the total number of objects when there are 5 groups of 2 objects, or when there are 2 groups of 5 objects. Here, students make sense of division also in terms of equalsize groups. For instance, the expression 30 ÷ 5 can represent putting 30 objects into 5 equal groups, or putting 30 objects into groups of 5. They see that, in general, dividing can mean finding the size of each group, or finding the number of equal groups. Students use the relationship between multiplication and division to develop fluency with singledigit multiplication and division facts. They continue to reason about products of two numbers in terms of the area of rectangles whose side lengths represent the factors, decomposing side lengths and applying properties of operations along the way. As they multiply numbers greater than 10, students see that it is helpful to decompose the twodigit factor into tens and ones and distribute the multiplication. Toward the end of the unit, students solve twostep problems that involve all four operations.
Number of Lessons: 21 and 1 optional
Instruction Time: Approximately 60 minutes (Please note that each lesson is designed for one instructional block, and may be divided into shorter or longer segments based on teacher pacing and student needs.)
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CKMath Teacher Guides include comprehensive lesson plans, assessments and answer keys for the unit, and teacher resources, including instructional masters, family takehome letters, and more.
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40 Creative Ways To Make Teaching Division Easier (and More Fun!)
It’s time to divide and conquer!
Teaching division can be tough, especially when you start tackling larger numbers and long division. These division activities make the process easier. They help kids conceptualize and visualize, driving the concepts home. Plus, they’re a lot of fun!
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1. Introduce division as sharing
When it comes down to it, isn’t division really just sharing? Play this simple game where kids roll dice and share out pompom cherries as equally as possible. It’s a great start to teaching division.
Learn more: JDaniel4’s Mom
2. Continue teaching division by reading a book or two
Kids are never too old for story time. These clever books are the perfect jumpingoff point for teaching division, especially if you have kids use counters like pompoms to act out the story as you go.
 Divide and Ride (Murphy/Ulrich)
 The Doorbell Rang (Hutchins)
 The Multiplying Menace Divides (Calvert/Geehan)
 A Remainder of One (Pinczes/MacKain)
 Bean Thirteen (McElligott)
3. Make a model
Understanding division is much easier when you lay it out as a model first. Kids break numbers into even groups, then write out the number sentence they represent.
Learn more: Tunstall’s Teaching Tidbits
4. Make division anchor charts to support learning
Keep anchor charts handy while you’re teaching division to give students an easy reference when they struggle. Use these charts for inspiration:
 Tricks to Learn Division Vocabulary, The Owl Teacher
 Divisibility Rules, My Math Resources
 Long Division with Sticky Notes, Caffeine Queen Teacher
 Division Strategies, Room 330 Anchor Charts
5. Teach the Divisibility Rules
These tricks make dividing bigger numbers so much easier. Grab a free printable to share with students at the link.
Learn more: Homeschool Giveaways
6. Turn Guess Who? into Guess What?
Pick up an old Guess Who? game at the thrift store and repurpose it to make a totally fun way to practice division facts!
Learn more: Life Between Summers
7. Practice division facts with WrapUps
This division game is a fun alternative to flashcards. Kids wrap yarn around the cards from the problem on the left to the answer on the right. Then they flip over the card to see if they’re right. Buy Learning Wrap Ups Division Keys here.
8. Try teaching division with LEGO bricks
Check out this video for an easy way to introduce division concepts to your students using perennially popular LEGO bricks. (Get more LEGO math ideas here.)
9. Sort jelly beans into an egg carton
As you pave the way for understanding division, try activities where kids divide large groups of objects into smaller equal groups. Sorting jelly beans into an egg carton is one great way to do this.
Learn more: Homeschool Blog
10. Learn with licorice strings and Skittles
Kids always love math games that you can eat at the end! Pass out licorice strings and a bowlful of Skittles, and use them for a lesson on division.
Learn more: Tales from Outside the Classroom
11. Work on different division strategies
For kids who really struggle with the concept, try teaching division strategies using this free printable mat. It gives them a variety of ways to tackle division problems.
Learn more: Teaching With Jennifer Findley
12. Batter up for division facts
Calling all sports fans! Grab this free printable baseball division game and roll the dice as you compete to see who can hit a home run.
Learn more: 123Homeschool4Me/Baseball Division Game
13. Make division flower learning aids
An important part of learning to divide is mastering the basic division facts. These cute flowers give kids a colorful way to quiz themselves.
Learn more: Ofamily Learning Together
14. Put together Popsicle puzzles
Snag these free printable Popsicle puzzles at the link below to give kids another fun way to practice their division facts. ( Plus, find more ways to use wood craft sticks in the classroom here. )
Learn more: 123Homeschool4Me/Popsicle Puzzles
15. Go Fish for division facts
Give “Go Fish” a division spin! Instead of looking for matching pairs, players compete to find pairs of cards that divide evenly into each other. For instance, in the hand shown, the player could lay down the 8 and the 2, because they divide to make 4.
Learn more: Cuppa Cocoa
16. Win the division facts race
If you’ve got a bin full of toy cars, this division practice game is for you. Grab the free printables and learn how to play at the link.
Learn more: Deceptively Educational
17. Assemble division star puzzles
These pretty star puzzles are deceptively tricky! Think of them as dominoes for division . Get a free full printable set at the link.
Learn more: Hojo’s Teaching Adventures
18. Fight the division dragon
Sharpen your sword and get ready to complete The Knight’s Quest! This free printable game is another engaging way to practice your division facts.
Learn more: 123Homeschool4Me/Division Dragon
19. Take a turn at Jenga
It’s so fun to use Jenga in the classroom! Create a set of division facts flashcards using colored paper that matches the Jenga block colors. Kids choose a card, answer the question, and then try to remove a block of that color from the stack.
20. Play a monster board game
Grab this free printable board to give your students practice dividing by threes. If you like it, the rest are available for purchase.
Learn more: Teacher’s Takeout
21. Roll and write number sentences
Dice are a terrific tool for teaching division number sentences. Kids simply roll two dice, then write the multiplication and division number sentences for them. (Tip: Try using diceindice to up the fun factor. Here are other fun diceindice activities too!)
Learn more: Math Geek Mama/Number Sentences
22. Write the room to practice division facts
Write the room activities get kids up and moving, which is terrific for learning. Hang these free printable cards around the room, then give kids a clipboard and answer sheet and send them off to find and solve the division facts.
Learn more: The Applicious Teacher
23. Solve a division puzzle square
These puzzling squares challenge kids to fill in the correct numbers as they try to create a division problem that works in every direction. Grab the printable at the link.
Learn more: Education.com/Puzzle Squares
24. Spin and divide
These free printables offer another way to practice division facts. Use a pencil and paperclip to make the spinner.
Learn more: 3 Dinosaurs
25. Draw Equation Maker games
In the first block, write a series of dividends. Write divisors in the second block and quotients in the third. Kids use markers to cover the numbers that make up a correct equation.
Learn more: Fun Games 4 Learning
26. Solve using the Does McDonald’s Serve Burgers? method
As you start to tackle long division, there are a variety of methods you can use. One popular option is this one, which gives kids a way to remember the steps: divide, multiply, subtract, and bring down.
Learn more: Brittany NollCooper/Pinterest
27. Keep things in line with graph paper
This is such an easy accommodation you can make for kids who have difficulty keeping their columns straight. Simply have them lay the problems out on graph paper. (No graph paper? Turn a sheet of notebook paper sideways and use the lines to make columns.)
Learn more: Caffeine Queen Teacher/Graph Paper
28. Lay out playing cards for long division
Here’s a fun, handson long division game that uses a deck of playing cards. You can start out with equations that don’t require remainders, then get more complicated as kids progress.
Learn more: Middle School Math Man
29. Work on division facts with triangle cards
Triangle flashcards are a simple tool for teaching division and multiplication. You cover one corner with your hand, then divide if the colors don’t match or multiply if they’re the same. You can make a set of your own, or buy them on Amazon here .
30. Go on a treasure hunt
Everything is a little more fun with a treasure map! Students solve the equations and cross off the answers until only one number is left—X marks the spot!
Learn more: Education.com/Treasure Hunt
31. Use the Herding Game for teaching division with remainders
Just when kids think they have division all figured out, along come remainders! Teaching division with remainders can be one of the trickiest tasks, so start by playing this fun and active game. For each round, the teacher calls out different groups of animals for students to form (“Form herds of 5 elephants!”). Any leftover students who don’t fit into the group go into the “holding pen,” introducing the idea of remainders.
Learn more: The Teacher Studio/The Herding Game
32. See remainders in real life with cookies
Buy a couple of bags of cookies and ask your class to find the best way to divide them up fairly. Consider whether remainder cookies can be divided to add fractions into the mix. Now that’s some delicious math!
Learn more: The Teacher Studio/Division Cookies
33. Turn remainders into a good thing
Make teaching remainders more fun with this game that turns them into the most wanted! The goal for each round is to wind up with the highest reminder. You’ll need dice, counters, and the free printable game sheets you can find at the link.
Learn more: Teacher Scout Mom
34. Learn to play Damult Dice Division
Grab three dice and a pencil and paper for this strategy game, named after the teacher who invented it. Roll three dice, and determine the division problem that gives you the highest possible quotient (rounded to the nearest whole number). You get 10 bonus points if there’s no remainder!
Learn more: Math for Love
35. Check your work
This might seem obvious, but teach your kids to check their work by multiplying it back out again. Add in remainders at the end, and you should get the same numbers all over again.
Learn more: StressFree Teaching
36. Create a division house
This is such a creative way of teaching division! Kids answer a series of questions to determine the specifications of their “division house.” For instance, to determine the number of windows in the house, students must divide the day of the month they were born by the number of kids in their family. When they’re done with the math, it’s time to draw their house!
Learn more: Teaching With a Mountain View
37. Batter up for long division baseball
This long division game requires a little strategy, as kids roll dice and try to create problems that give them the highest possible quotient on each turn. Wrong answers count as a strike, so be careful! Learn how to play and get the free printables at the link.
Learn More: You’ve Got This Math
38. Adopt and care for pets
Add this super cute game to your rainyday closet, and kids will learn and practice division without even realizing it! Get it from Amazon here.
39. Pass out play money to make teaching division meaningful
Money activities always grab kids’ attention because they know they can use them someday in the real world. Pull out your stack of play money and learn how to use it for teaching division at the link.
Learn more: Shut the Door and Teach
40. Use Bingo for teaching division as fractions
Division and fractions go hand in hand. This free printable Bingo game helps kids understand the connection between the two.
Learn more: Math Geek Mama/Division Bingo
Love these division activities? You’ll want to check out our roundup of multiplication activities too.
Plus, find out how other teachers tackle multiplication and ask for advice on the weareteachers helpline group on facebook ..
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Place Value  
Place Value  
Read and Write MultiDigit Numbers  
Read and Write MultiDigit Numbers  
Compare Numbers  
Compare Numbers  
Order Numbers  
Order Numbers  
Use Place Value to Round  
Use Place Value to Round  
ProblemSolving Investigation  
ProblemSolving Investigation  
Addition Properties and Subtraction Rules  
Addition Properties and Subtraction Rules  
Addition and Subtraction Patterns  
Addition and Subtraction Patterns  
Add and Subtract Mentally  
Add and Subtract Mentally  
Estimate Sums and Differences  
Estimate Sums and Differences  
Add Whole Numbers  
Add Whole Numbers  
Subtract Whole Numbers  
Subtract Whole Numbers  
Subtract Across Zero  
Subtract Across Zero  
ProblemSolving Investigation Strategy: Draw a Diagram  
ProblemSolving Investigation Strategy: Draw a Diagram  
Solve MultiStep Word Problems  
Solve MultiStep Word Problems  
Relate Multiplication and Division  
Relate Multiplication and Division  
Relate Division and Subtraction  
Relate Division and Subtraction  
Multiplication as Comparison  
Multiplication as Comparison  
Compare to Solve Problems  
Compare to Solve Problems  
Multiplication Properties and Division Rules  
Multiplication Properties and Division Rules  
The Associative Property of Multiplication  
The Associative Property of Multiplication  
Factors and Multiples  
Factors and Multiples  
ProblemSolving Investigation Strategy: Reasonable Answers  
ProblemSolving Investigation Strategy: Reasonable Answers  
Multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000  
Multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000  
Round to Estimate Products  
Round to Estimate Products  
Hands On: Use Place Value to Multiply  
Hands On: Use Place Value to Multiply  
Hands On: Use Models to Multiply  
Hands On: Use Models to Multiply  
Multiply by a TwoDigit Number  
Multiply by a TwoDigit Number  
Hands On: Model Regrouping  
Hands On: Model Regrouping  
The Distributive Property  
The Distributive Property  
Multiply with Regrouping  
Multiply with Regrouping  
Multiply by a MultiDigit Number  
Multiply by a MultiDigit Number  
Problem Solving: Estimate or Exact Answer  
Problem Solving: Estimate or Exact Answer  
Multiply Across Zeros  
Multiply Across Zeros  
Multiply by Tens  
Multiply by Tens  
Estimate Products  
Estimate Products  
Hands On: Use the Distributive Property to Multiply  
Hands On: Use the Distributive Property to Multiply  
Multiply by a TwoDigit Number  
Multiply by a TwoDigit Number  
Solve MultiStep Word Problems  
Solve MultiStep Word Problems  
Problem Solving: Make a Table  
Problem Solving: Make a Table  
Divide Multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000  
Divide Multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000  
Estimate Quotients  
Estimate Quotients  
Hands On: Use Place Value to Divide  
Hands On: Use Place Value to Divide  
Problem Solving: Make a Model  
Problem Solving: Make a Model  
Divide with Remainders  
Divide with Remainders  
Interpret Remainders  
Interpret Remainders  
Place the First Digit  
Place the First Digit  
Hands On: Distributive Property and Partial Quotients  
Hands On: Distributive Property and Partial Quotients  
Divide Greater Numbers  
Divide Greater Numbers  
Quotients with Zeros  
Quotients with Zeros  
Solve MultiStep Word Problems  
Solve MultiStep Word Problems  
Nonnumeric Patterns  
Nonnumeric Patterns  
Numeric Patterns  
Numeric Patterns  
Sequences  
Sequences  
Problem Solving: Look for a Pattern  
Problem Solving: Look for a Pattern  
Addition and Subtraction Rules  
Addition and Subtraction Rules  
Multiplication and Division Rules  
Multiplication and Division Rules  
Order of Operations  
Order of Operations  
Hands On: Equations with Two Operations  
Hands On: Equations with Two Operations  
Equations with Multiple Operations  
Equations with Multiple Operations  
Factors and Multiples  
Factors and Multiples  
Prime and Composite Numbers  
Prime and Composite Numbers  
Hands On: Model Equivalent Fractions  
Hands On: Model Equivalent Fractions  
Equivalent Fractions  
Equivalent Fractions  
Simplest Form  
Simplest Form  
Compare and Order Fractions  
Compare and Order Fractions  
Use Benchmark Fractions to Compare and Order  
Use Benchmark Fractions to Compare and Order  
Problem Solving: Use Logical Reasoning  
Problem Solving: Use Logical Reasoning  
Mixed Numbers  
Mixed Numbers  
Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions  
Mixed Numbers and Improper Fractions  
Hands On: Use Models to Add Like Fractions  
Hands On: Use Models to Add Like Fractions  
Add Like Fractions  
Add Like Fractions  
Hands On: Use Models to Subtract Like Fractions  
Hands On: Use Models to Subtract Like Fractions  
Subtract Like Fractions  
Subtract Like Fractions  
Problem Solving: Work Backward  
Problem Solving: Work Backward  
Add Mixed Numbers  
Add Mixed Numbers  
Subtract Mixed Numbers  
Subtract Mixed Numbers  
Hands On: Model Fractions and Multiplication  
Hands On: Model Fractions and Multiplication  
Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers  
Multiply Fractions by Whole Numbers  
Hands On: Place Value Through Tenths and Hundredths  
Hands On: Place Value Through Tenths and Hundredths  
Tenths  
Tenths  
Hundredths  
Hundredths  
Hands On: Model Decimals and Fractions  
Hands On: Model Decimals and Fractions  
Decimals and Fractions  
Decimals and Fractions  
Use Place Value and Models to Add  
Use Place Value and Models to Add  
Compare and Order Decimals  
Compare and Order Decimals  
Problem Solving: Extra or Missing Information  
Problem Solving: Extra or Missing Information  
Customary Units of Length  
Customary Units of Length  
Convert Customary Units of Length  
Convert Customary Units of Length  
Customary Units of Capacity  
Customary Units of Capacity  
Convert Customary Units of Capacity  
Convert Customary Units of Capacity  
Customary Units of Weight  
Customary Units of Weight  
Convert Customary Units of Weight  
Convert Customary Units of Weight  
Convert Units of Time  
Convert Units of Time  
Display Measurement Data in a Line Plot  
Display Measurement Data in a Line Plot  
Solve Measurement Problems  
Solve Measurement Problems  
Problem Solving: Guess, Check, and Revise  
Problem Solving: Guess, Check, and Revise  
Metric Units of Length  
Metric Units of Length  
Metric Units of Capacity  
Metric Units of Capacity  
Metric Units of Mass  
Metric Units of Mass  
Problem Solving: Make an Organized List  
Problem Solving: Make an Organized List  
Convert Metric Units  
Convert Metric Units  
Solve Measurement Problems  
Solve Measurement Problems  
Measure Perimeter  
Measure Perimeter  
Problem Solving: Solve a Simpler Problem  
Problem Solving: Solve a Simpler Problem  
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Hands On: Model Area  
Measure Area  
Measure Area  
Relate Area and Perimeter  
Relate Area and Perimeter  
Draw Points, Lines, and Rays  
Draw Points, Lines, and Rays  
Draw Parallel and Perpendicular Lines  
Draw Parallel and Perpendicular Lines  
Hands On: Model Angles  
Hands On: Model Angles  
Classify Angles  
Classify Angles  
Measure Angles  
Measure Angles  
Draw Angles  
Draw Angles  
Solve Problems with Angles  
Solve Problems with Angles  
Triangles  
Triangles  
Quadrilaterals  
Quadrilaterals  
Draw Lines of Symmetry  
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Relate Multiplication and Division for Groups Worksheet
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Struggles with multiplication and division can easily be overcome if students practice the concept in a fun and engaging way! The worksheet requires students to recall concepts related to multiplication and division and find the related facts to move towards mastery in the topic. This worksheet seeks to improve students’ understanding of the topic as they work with numbers within 20.
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Lesson 4 Hands On: Relate Division and Multiplication Homework Helper Find 32 ÷ 4. Model 32 counters divided into 4 equal groups. There are 8 counters in each group. Write a division sentence. Write a multiplication sentence. So, 32 ÷ 4 = 8. Practice Write a related division and multiplication sentence for each. 1. 2. 32 ÷ 4 = 8
Lesson 2: Relate Division and Subtraction; Lesson 3: Multiplication as Comparison; Lesson 4: Compare to Solve Problems; Lesson 5: Multiplication Properties and Division Rules; Lesson 6: The Associative Property of Multiplication; Lesson 7: Factors and Multiples; Chapter 4: Multiply with OneDigit Numbers. Lesson 1: Multiples of 10, 100, and ...
You can use stickynote flags to cover the answers while kids use the arrays for help too. 29. Teach multiplication facts with a paper plate wheel. Creative Family Fun/multiplication wheel via creativefamilyfun.net. All it takes is paper plates, glue, and a marker to help your students learn their multiplication tables.
Lesson 4 Hands On: Relate Division and Multiplication Homework Helper Find 32 ÷ 4. Model 32 counters divided into 4 equal groups. There are 8 counters in each group. Write a division sentence. Write a multiplication sentence. So, 32 ÷ 4 = 8. Practice Write a related division and multiplication sentence for each. 1. 2. 32 ÷ 4 = 8
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The topic starts with 1digit multiplication and division and goes through multidigit problems. We will cover regrouping, remainders, and word problems. ... Relate division to multiplication word problems. 4 questions. Practice. Division intro. Learn. The idea of division ... No videos or articles available in this lesson; Practice. Divide by ...
In this interactive lesson, students become detectives as they solve subtraction word problems. They will learn to identify clues, use partpartwhole models, write equations, and find solutions. Through engaging activities and discussions, students will develop their problemsolving skills and gain confidence in solving subtraction word problems.
Teachers, Use for Free. 4413+. 4567+. Struggles with division can easily be overcome if students practice the concept in a fun and engaging way! The worksheet invites learners to work with a set of problems to write multiplication and division sentences, thereby relating the concept of multiplication and division.
This interactive math lesson is designed to help students visualize the concepts and develop a strong foundation in multiplication. Through engaging tasks, students will learn how to use the finger model, skip count by multiples, and discover the facts of 4 and 6. By the end of the lesson, students will be able to confidently solve ...
CKMath Unit 4: Relating Multiplication to Division. This unit introduces students to the concept of division and its relationship to multiplication. Previously, students learned that multiplication can be understood in terms of equalsize groups. The expression 5 x 2 can represent the total number of objects when there are 5 groups of 2 objects ...
21. Roll and write number sentences. Dice are a terrific tool for teaching division number sentences. Kids simply roll two dice, then write the multiplication and division number sentences for them. (Tip: Try using diceindice to up the fun factor. Here are other fun diceindice activities too!)
4.8. (98) $3.00. PDF. Great resource for practicing relationships between multiplication and division! These turn around fact worksheets are great for math centers, morning work, and extra practice for students studying fact families. These interactive worksheets provide a lot of extra practice with writing and identifying related facts with ...
Lesson 4 Hands On: Relate Division and ... Write a multiplication sentence. So, 32 ÷ 4 = 8. Practice Write a related division and multiplication sentence for each. 1. 2. 32 ÷ 4 = 8 ... number of number in all groups Program: GMH CCM Component: SE PDF Pass Vendor: Quad Graphics Grade: 3 Lesson 4 My Homework!269 eHelp 0269_0270_Gr3_S_C05L4HW ...
My Math, Grade 4 . Chapter Lesson My Math Descriptor Math in Practice Module Chapter 1: Place Value . 1 . ... Understand how multiplication and division are related . Grade 3, Module 1: Understanding Multiplication and Division . 3 . Lesson 2 . Relate division and subtraction .
Make teaching multiplication and division fun with this 4th grade handson math unit! This 4th grade math unit covers standards 4.NBT.1, 4.NBT.5, 4.NBT.6, and 4.OA.4. Your student
Relate multiplication and division: up to 100. Lesson 1: Relate Multiplication and Division. Relate multiplication and division for arrays. Relate multiplication and division: up to 100. Lesson 2: Relate Division and Subtraction. Divide using repeated subtraction. Lesson 2: Relate Division and Subtraction.
Use the table below to find videos, mobile apps, worksheets and lessons that supplement My Math 4 Volume 1 Common Core. My Math 4 Volume 1 Common Core grade 4 workbook & answers help online. Grade: 4, Title: My Math 4 Volume 1 Common Core, Publisher: McGrawHill, ISBN: 21150230.
In today's lesson, the students learn to relate multiplication and division. This aligns with 4.NBT.B6 because the students f ind wholenumber quotients and remainders with up to fourdigit dividends and onedigit divisors, using strategies based the relationship between multiplication and division. The students also illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays ...
Teachers, Use for Free. 4413+. 4567+. Struggles with multiplication and division can easily be overcome if students practice the concept in a fun and engaging way! The worksheet requires students to recall concepts related to multiplication and division and find the related facts to move towards mastery in the topic.
7. After the introduction lesson begin the video lesson for 81. Point out the words to know and ask students what the words dividend, divisor, and quotient mean. 8. During lesson 81 ask students have multiplication and division relate and allow time for students to turn and talk to discuss answers. (Bloom: Analysis Gardner: Interpersonal) 9.
This is a worksheet with a review of the lesson 3.1 in the 4th grade My Math series: Relate Multiplication and Division Can be used as a quiz, formative assessment, review, extra help, or homework. ... review, extra help, or homework. Answer Key is included. My Math 4th Grade  Chapter 3  3.1  Relate Multiplication and Division. Rated 5 out ...
Relate Multiplication and division Relate Multiplication and division. SalmaElhusseiny Member for 3 years 8 months Age: 710. Level: 4. Language: English (en) ID: 402989. 06/10/2020. Country code: AE. Country: United Arab Emirates. School subject: Math (1061955) ...
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