Multiplication Grade 3
There's more than one way to solve a multiplication problem!
Arrays are made up of Rows and Columns. Each row and column have the same quantity.
Notice how each plate has the SAME number of cookies.
Skip Counting on a Number Line
Each move on the number line represents the same quantity, or amount.
Notice that each section of the bar has the same quantity, 8.
How could you rewrite this as a multiplication equation?
Equations always have an EQUAL sign.
Literature Review Assignment
Choose one of the follwing books that we've read that involve multiplication and write a review stating: What book you choose and the author's name, A brief summary of the story and how it involved multiplication, and whether you'd recommend this book to kids your age.
Your finished review is due Wednesday, October 7th and should be typed and well organized. This is also a great way to show all you've learned about formatting a Word document. All parts of the review in school using our new laptops.
Real Life Arrays By Miss DuBose
Commutative Property of Multiplication.wmv