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…
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.
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(Designed for 4th-6th Grades) Students will enjoy this engaging Easter resource that is centered around Faberge eggs! It begins with a fun story about a boy named, Neil and his ‘trip in time to Russia’. After reading students will complete several worksheets:
1. Reading comprehension (short answer)
2. Math word problems
4. Timed writing with prompts
5. Story vocabulary (sentence writing)
6. Geography – map work
Answer keys provided
Help students practice and reinforce their knowledge of identifying coordinate graph values with this fun exercise. Students will be given a map of Africa with several animals scattered throughout the graph. They will be asked to identify the coordinate value where each animal can be found!
Students will learn both the history and math of roman numerals as they create a lasting project. Students are given informational text (a brief history) of this numerical system as well as an explanation of the numbers and how they are used (counted – will require students to ‘identify’ given numbers – i.e. CDLX). Students will also learn how roman numerals are used now in every day life.
This Winter & Christmas Pattern Block Unit will be a perfect addition to your classroom activities! Create a fun, themed differentiated Math activity (or center) using this unit because I have provided 3 different types of pattern mats to accommodate different learning levels: