By 10, by 9, by 5, by 3, and by chunks. This unit contains tricks for multiplication and for checking your work. A playful (and very useful) approach to multiplication. This unit is presented at three levels of varying complexity.
A poster about the Properties of Equality includes: Addition Property of Equality, Multiplication Property of Equality, Reflexive Property of Equality, Symmetric Property of Equality, and the Transitive Property of Equality.
"Eddie can pick and clean ten pumpkins per hour. How many can he do in four hours? How many in five? How many in six?" Five Thanksgiving-themed skip counting (by tens) word problems.
Cody had nineteen pieces of candy. He gave five away. Then he ate six pieces. He traded four pieces for a baseball card. How many pieces of candy does he have left? Six word problems.
"Cowboy Jake is afraid of rattlesnakes. He sees a lot of them on the ranch where he lives. In fact, he sees an average of thirty every year. About how many has he seen in the nine years he has lived on the ranch?"
By 10, by 9, by 5, by 3, and by chunks. This unit contains tricks for multiplication and for checking your work. A playful (and very useful) approach to multiplication. This unit is presented at three levels of varying complexity.
[member-created using abctools] Write a multiplication equation with prime numbers that equals the given number. (answers included) Common Core: 6.NS.4
[member-created with abctools] Trace and cut out. This train-shaped shapebook is a fun way for students to learn to count to 100 by 10s. Makes a great shapebook or bulletin board decoration.
All the word problems from sets A-U, unnumbered and unformatted; these can be cut into strips and glued into math journals for daily practice. Answers are provided.
A one page math lesson on the Properties of Equality includes: Addition Property of Equality, Multiplication Property of Equality, Reflexive Property of Equality, Symmetric Property of Equality, and the Transitive Property of Equality. It is followed by two pages of equations for practice.
Amanda had $3.00. She bought a hot dog for $1.35, chips for 35 cents, and a drink for 85 cents. Did she have enough money? Did she have money left over? If so, how much? Six word problems.
This lesson is designed to help students practice multiplication skills. Combine groups of threes and fives with ones to complete a chart; includes teaching suggestions and answer sheets.
Book comprehension and vocabulary enhancement for this installment of Marc Brown's popular "Arthur" series. Arthur has trouble with truth in advertising.