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NumberNut.com: Multiplication Games

NumberNut.com: Multiplication Games | Elementary School Multiplication | Scoop.it

This website has some great activities for independent practice. All activities are game based. Some activities that can be found here include multiplication story problems, factor/product matching and more.

Most appropriate for: students to use independently at home or at free or math extension time in school.

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Sense-making and Multiplication- Teacher Video

Sense-making and Multiplication- Teacher Video | Elementary School Multiplication | Scoop.it

The video gives teachers a creative way to teach multiplication strategies. Teachers are shown how to multiply multi digit numbers as well as finding patterns in multiplication.

Most appropriate use: For teachers to view to gain lesson ideas.

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Mar Catungal's curator insight, August 23, 2014 1:39 AM

creative way of teaching multiplication,,,

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Harford County Public Library- Music to Multiply By

Harford County Public Library- Music to Multiply By | Elementary School Multiplication | Scoop.it

As posted on: http://library.hcplonline.org/polaris/message.aspx?ctx=1.1033.0.0.1

 

 Format: Book + CD, Audio Books, Nonmusical Sound Recording, Sound Recording, Book

 Author: Caudle, Brad.

 Title: Rock 'n learn multiplication rock [book/CD] / [written and produced by Brad and Richard Caudle].

 Publisher, Date: Conroe, Tex. : Rock 'n Learn, c1991.

 Description: 1 sound disc : digital; 4 3/4 in. + 1 book (24 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.).

 Summary: Uses rock songs to make learning multiplication easy and fun for all ages.

 Most appropriate for: any grade level for teachers to use with students

 

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Julie Price's curator insight, December 15, 2013 11:21 AM

love the idea of using music and songs to help kids learn and practice multiplication. I know that my students in my third grade classroom would benefit greatly from something like this because they love music. I think that this is a good way to add something different to a math lesson and to make math more fun and exciting. If students are enjoying what they are doing then it is going to make learning the material so much easier for them. This type of activity may also work better for students who learn better through creative learning and not from the "drill and kill" method that many teachers use for math facts.

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Baltimore County Public Library- Multiplication Book

Baltimore County Public Library- Multiplication Book | Elementary School Multiplication | Scoop.it

Title: Multiplication Made Fun

Author:  Holly Beaumont

Published: 2011

Most appropriate for: Introducing the skill to 3rd graders

Baltimore County Public Library description: "A beginner's guide with tips, tricks and activities to help you learn the time tables up to ten. Front cover has a built in owl calculator to help you check your answers." This will be an excellent resource for teachers to use to introduce multiplication or students to view independently during an extension or small group time. (http://catalog.bcpl.lib.md.us/polaris/search/title.aspx?pos=4)

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Teacher Resource Material

Teacher Resource Material | Elementary School Multiplication | Scoop.it

This is a resource and idea book that teachers can use to plan and create lessons/activities. It contains multiplication as well as other math topics.

Most appropriate use: This is a teacher resource that could be used with a small group or whole class.  

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Welcome to Math Playground

Welcome to Math Playground | Elementary School Multiplication | Scoop.it

This is an amazing practice website. There are videos that explain basic multiplication procedures. Some of the other practice topics include 1, 2 and 3 digit multiplication, properties, fast fact practice, using multiplication to divide and much, much more! This is an ideal site to use in the classroom as an independent practice tool due to the fact that it allows students to work independently and tracks which programs they have used and rate of success. Parents can also use this for in home practice.

Most appropriate for: independent practice at home or in school.

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BrainPOP | Math | Learn about Multiplication

BrainPOP | Math | Learn about Multiplication | Elementary School Multiplication | Scoop.it

Here a teacher can present a basic video overview of the purpose of multiplication. Students will be introduced to factors, product and other related vocabulary. The video is visually appealing and uses student friendly examples.

Most appropriate use: A teacher could show this video to the entire class before teaching a multiplication unit.  

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Math 5 - Act. 01: Multiplication Strategy Review

Math 5 - Act. 01: Multiplication Strategy Review | Elementary School Multiplication | Scoop.it

This website uses the basics of multiplication to help students practice their skills in a fun game format. Students will use lattice, traditional and partial product strategies in order to refine their skills. Groups will take turns and aid each other when needed. There is a very basic lesson plan included as well as the game cards to download for each group of students. It may also be helpful for teachers to print directions to the game and have students take the materials and directions home to practice with a parent.

Most appropriate for: teachers to use with 3rd-5th grade students

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