Multiplication
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# Multiplication

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## Numeracy

Multiplication
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Having these for each student in the classroom would be a great way to allow the students to self monitor their facts. This would also be good for those early finishers who don't have any more work to do.

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## Multiplication Using Touch Math (3rd Grade)

This was a technology project for my mathematical methods class. The touch math program is highly effective and readily available.
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I really appreciate the scaffolding that this teacher went through when thinking of multiplication. Starting with skip counting is something I wouldn't have directly gone to but now I would consider it with the lower achieving students and having them relate it in terms of multiplication. I find Touch Math to be so intresting. It may be a bit extensive to teach students but I think it is a fun way to have students check their own work.

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## education

video how to make and use multiplication cootie catcher (Maybe these will stop all the crude and rude comments being used on these in my classroom)
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What an awesome idea while mastering facts! Students can create a fortune teller for facts of 6 and above or whichever the have most trouble with, and repeat the fortune teller process with a partner until they've memorized all of the facts! SEE MATH CAN BE FUN :)

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## For Teachers: Mathematics

Multiplication Strategies ... http://media-cache-ec3.pinimg.com/originals/7a/02/cb/7a02cb1ecfbfeda7c1f6fa16f4917428.jpg
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Setting up these rules right off the bat, for children to see within the classroom will better help them to master their facts. Patterns are so crucial to mathematics and using them within multiplication is a great way to intertwine concepts.

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## Fun in First

Great idea- change to addition subtraction important words & strategies for solving & number line-- could do one side math & one side ela (handwriting alpha line, dolch lists, etc.) this could eliminate lots of repetitive questions (maybe)...
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I love this set up and it's use of KEY WORDS. Children tend to forget that mathematics has a lot to do with a wording of a problem, so having the list right in front of them will help them to choose the appropriate operation.

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## About FIM - First in Math

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FIM is a website that my Kenilworth Elementary uses schoolwide. Students each have their own username and password and are encouraged to go on the website at home in order to master different areas of mathetmatics. My students have been working on multiplication games and absolutly love it. They are awarded the player of the day at school depending on how many stickers they recieve while playing. Teachers can go on and see which students are playing and how much they are earning.

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## School: Math

Multiplication...math journal entry?
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I absolutly love this set up. My students have learned these different properties of multiplication within their textbooks but haven't used manipulatives such as these. Having one problem focused in the middle with all of the ways in which it can be written/drawn out around it provides students with a keen insight as to how multiplication is broken down and arranged.

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