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Finding 5 - Multiplying by 5
Visualize multiplication facts using rectangular arrays. Scholars multiply single-digit factors by five and represent each number sentence using sets of dots. They circle the groups of five and fill in missing parts of the equations. There are six problems and one example.
2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed
Double Your Flavor
Knowing your times tables in one thing understanding them is another. The class demonstrates their understanding of multiplication by skip counting, arrays, and moving manipulatives for the 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4 times tables. They watch a PowerPoint presentation, watch a teacher demonstration, construct a visual image for math facts, and fill in a multiplication chart.
2nd - 3rd Math
Solar Arrays for the Space Station
Students explore the challenges that are faced when transporting materials into space. They review the various forms of energy, including solar arrays, that are used on the International Space Station and how generating this energy calls for collaboration between researches on earth and in space.
K - 4th Science
Arranging Chairs (Arrays)
The creation of arrays is the focus of this mathematics lesson plan. Pupils consider a situation for a theater stage performance: different amounts of people are coming to the show, and they must arrange the seats in rows of equal numbers. A worksheet that goes along with the lesson plan is embedded in the plan.
Multiplication as Repeated Addition
Here is an excellent teaching tool! This presentation would be terrific to use when teaching your young learners about the relationship between multiplication, repeated addition, and arrays. Excellent examples are given, and the text questions are very good.
2nd - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Grade 3: Making Arrays
You will love this resource! Using a problem involving a farmer planting pumpkins, third graders create arrays to show the various maps the farmer needs to make to determine the number of pumpkins he'll be planting. The kids get to explore the concept of arrays in a real-life context.
Writing Task 3.OA.1 Item 3
Enhance and support your pupils' thinking about multiplication with two tasks centered around arrays. This worksheet provides opportunities for learners to use numbers and words to explain their thinking. It can be used as a part of a homework assignment, in-class assignment, or exit ticket.
3rd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed
Relating Multiplication and Division
Help the class determine missing factors in equations by creating arrays. Through modeling and practice, they come to see the inverse relationship between multiplication and division. As an assessment, individuals build their own array and write corresponding equations.
3rd - 4th Math
Basic Multiplication Facts - MathKeys Software
Students explore multiplication concepts. In this multiplication lesson, students define "array" and draw several arrays to represent multiplication number sentences. Students construct arrays on the computer using MathKeys software.
3rd - 4th 21st Century Skills
Pumpkin Patch Math
Going to the pumpkin patch? Start with this multiplication lesson plan using pumpkin arrays and factors between 1 and 10. As you project a hundred chart, learners use their own (handout included) to map out a farmer's field. First, he plants three rows with ten pumpkins in each.
1st - 4th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Find the 9th Shape for a Geometric Pattern Using a Table
Use geometric shapes to identify patterns and deepen number sense with video four of this nine-part series. Looking at different configurations of square tiles, learners use tables to describe patterns with regard to both the number of pieces and the shapes they make.
5 mins 3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Exploring Prime Numbers
Elementary schoolers explore prime and composite numbers. They use tiles to create arrays and work with a partner to find as many array combinations as possible from their assigned numbers. Pupils create a t-chart of prime and composite numbers and construct a 100's chart to tell if a number is prime or composite.
3rd - 5th Math