Enthusiastic ways to teach multiplication and math to students in grades 3, 4 and 5. Using patterns and other learning tip can help elementary school students to learn multiplication faster and allow them to apply it to other problems.
Here are lesson ideas for teaching multiplication and division to the Common Core. This lesson aligns with Common Core Standards: Math.3.OA.5. Use this and other great videos to help your students learn multiplication and division.
Gain some valuable methods for helping young students gain confidence with Math. Here are some subtraction methods that make it easier for students to understand concepts. Covers Common Core Standards for Math, Multiple Methods.
This differentiated math lesson is divided into several videos. The link takes you to the overview, where the teacher describes the lesson for you. When the video is done, click Next to see the next part of the lesson. The videos you will see include: (1) Overview; (2) Warm-up; (3) Focus Lesson; (4); Independent Practice; (5) Rotation 1; (6) Rotation 2; (7) Whole Group; (8) Closure; and (9) Interpreting Data.
One third grade teacher combines think time, partner discussions and an emphasis on students personal strategies to build confidence through mental math. Students use and discuss the strategies of decomposing, splitting and jumps of ten.
The Common Core allows students to get a better understanding of Math concepts and skills, including division. Watch how you can teach reasoning about division in your classroom. Covers CCSS Math.4.NBT.B.6.
In depth look at Kindergarten Math lesson covering counting and cardinality. Using discussion, manipulatives, journals and more, this lesson helps kindergartens to understand the numbers 11-19. Covers Common Core Math Standards.
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