Mrs. Houston's Math News
December 4, 2015
At the end of the week, we will begin Chapter 7, which is mental multiplication. I do not think we will make a dent in the chapter since the week before break is very busy with different events. We will most likely start Chapter 7 again after Winter Break.
An array is formed by arranging a set of objects into rows and columns. Each column must contain the same number of objects as the other columns, and each row must have the same number as the other rows.
To build students' speed and fluency in Multiplication, at the beginning of each class they will complete a Mad Minute worksheet. They will have 60 seconds to answer as many multiplication questions as possible. If you would like your child to practice this at home, here is a great website: