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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 equal-size 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 equal-size 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 single-digit multiplication and division facts.

This resource includes both student and teacher materials.

Number of Lessons: 21 and 1 optional

Lesson 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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This unit is designed to build on unit 1 as student explore the concept of area and relate the area of rectangles to multiplication as well as solving area problems. Students also learn some standard unit of area such as square inches, square centimeters, square feet and square meters as they solve real-world problems! By the end of the unit, students find the area and missing side lengths of figures composed on non-overlapping rectangles.

This resource includes both student and teacher materials.

Number of Lessons: 13 and 2 optional
Lesson 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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This unit is designed to help students learn multiplication by gaining an understanding through the use of picture and bar graphs. Material is presented so that students learn multiplication means finding the total number of objects in groups of objects and can be represented by a x b. Students will work with arrays to learn and understand multiplication expressions before beginning to write the equations. By the end of the unit, problems with a missing factor offers the student a preview to division.

This resource includes both student and teacher materials.

Number of Lessons: 20 and 1 optional
Lesson 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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Your students will love practicing their ability to multiply and divide creating fact families on these fun, Christmas-themed pages! This product includes 10 different no prep worksheets, ready to print and go!

Each worksheet has a fun holiday, Christmas themed border. Answer Keys included!

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This February NO PREP packet is everything you’ll need for an entire month of Math review for 2nd and 3rd grades! This Valentine’s Day themed resource is jam packed with a variety of activities to get your students practicing and reinforcing important Math skills: addition, subtraction, multiplication, word problems, critical thinking, geometry, measurement, time, fractions and more.

Read the description below for more details of the skills covered in this resource or view a complete flipbook preview here!

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Students love playing games! Have them practice their multiplication knowledge and reinforce those Math facts with this FUN card game! It is themed for February – Valentine’s Day but can be used anytime of the year because students will love the hearts and penguins. Multiplication facts 0-10 are included.

Game Pieces

• – 96 math cards
• – 2 wild cards
• – Cover for the back of each card

Detailed game ‘HOW TO PLAY’ instructions included!

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This resource can be used for hours of Math learning, reinforcement and practice during December and give lessons a Christmas holiday twist!

What you get:

• * Nutcracker themed number cards 1 – 120
• * Extra blank cards
• * 100s chart poster and handout
• * Multiplication table
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Give your students a fun way to practice their multiplication facts! Your students will love this fast paced math game with included fun twists such as: the ‘Green Horn‘, ‘Stampede!’, ‘Playing in the Mud‘, ‘Stomped‘ and ‘Growing Herd‘. Your students are going to want to play this game again and again!

Includes:

• – Game instructions
• – Game Cards (all facts 0-12 PLUS fun ‘twist’ game cards)
• – (Optional) Card backs
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OVER 1,800 problems, your students will have the practice they need to understand and learn their multiplication facts 0 to 10!

The resource begins with repeated addition (to reinforce the concept of addition in relation to multiplication) and ends with students completing all multiplication facts.

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Multiplication worksheets designed to help 2nd and 3rd grade students learn multiplication! Your students will love completing the single digit multiplication problems wrapped in valentine designs. These pages will help students…understand multiplication as well as practice and reinforce their knowledge of facts. (See more in the description below)

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Christmas Math for 2nd and 3rd Grades is a large download with 76 student pages! Great for math centers, seat work, cooperative learning and/or fun holiday related homework. (Although this unit was designed for 2nd and 3rd grades, it would work wonderful for advanced 1st grade or remedial 4th grade!)

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Help students learn and practice the basic concept behind multiplication with these 280 visual model problems. Designed for 2nd – 3rd Grades, students will demonstrate the ability to…

• – Determine the quantity of shapes shown
• – Create equations from arrays
• – Create arrays from given equations

Why arrays? A multiplication array is simply an arrangement of rows or columns that matches a multiplication equation. Students can more readily develop an understanding of multiplication concepts when they see visual representations of the computation process. Arrays are also the easiest and most logical way to show kids the commutative property of multiplication.

Included: 30 worksheets + answer keys.

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Give your students the practice they need to reinforce and demonstrate fluency in multiplication with factors 0-12. This resource includes 200 problems – 10 worksheets with 20 problems each.

You can use as ‘normal’ worksheets or use in timed drills! Answer keys provided.

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Give to students so they can practice and reinforce multiplication skills and you to assess their knowledge!

Includes 11 spring themed worksheets:

• – Worksheets 1 – 9 are centered around one fact each…
(i.e page 1 covers x1 ; page 2 covers x2 ; page 9 covers x9s)
• – Worksheets 10 – 11 are fact family worksheets where students will address both multiplication and division problems of one fact (see example below)…
___ x 7 = 21
7 x __ = 21
21 ÷ 7 = __
__÷ 3 = 7