# Multiplication Activities

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Teaching multiplication means having students use objects to make equal groupings, arrays & use number lines. Learn how to develop multiplicative reasoning.

Here's my year-long plan for learning multiplication in my third grade class. Students learn the concept, tables and strategies to attain fact fluency.

Here's my year-long plan for learning multiplication in my third grade class. Students learn the concept, tables and strategies to attain fact fluency.

Teaching multiplication means having students use objects to make equal groupings, arrays & use number lines. Learn how to develop multiplicative reasoning.

Why don't students know their multiplication facts? There's lots of reasons, but get them fluent by teaching them multiplication fluency strategies.

Here's my year-long plan for learning multiplication in my third grade class. Students learn the concept, tables and strategies to attain fact fluency.

Teaching multiplication means having students use objects to make equal groupings, arrays & use number lines. Learn how to develop multiplicative reasoning.

When your third grade students are learning the Distributive Property of Multiplication, do you break it down? Check out my two day lesson to break it down.

Multiplication fact fluency can be elusive. Not all students can memorize all the facts. Instead, they should rely on strategies for multiplication fluency.

When your third grade students are learning the Distributive Property of Multiplication, do you break it down? Check out my two day lesson to break it down.

When your third grade students are learning the Distributive Property of Multiplication, do you break it down? Check out my two day lesson to break it down.

For fluency with the multiplication facts, begin with teaching the foundation strategies of which include learning the squares and the 2s, 5s, and 10s.

Why don't students know their multiplication facts? There's lots of reasons, but get them fluent by teaching them multiplication fluency strategies.

For fluency with the multiplication facts, begin with teaching the foundation strategies of which include learning the squares and the 2s, 5s, and 10s.

For fluency with the multiplication facts, begin with teaching the foundation strategies of which include learning the squares and the 2s, 5s, and 10s.

When your third grade students are learning the Distributive Property of Multiplication, do you break it down? Check out my two day lesson to break it down.