# Math - Multiplication With Regrouping

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Partial-product multiplication steps. This might be a good resource to send home to parents.

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Japanese Multiplication | Take Home Chart & Practice Pages from Selma Dawani Educational Therapy on TeachersNotebook.com (6 pages) - Teach your kids a great way to multiply... The anchor chart explains the HOW and a couple practice pages for your kids to try it out. The final page is just the multiplication grid so your student can practice it with their homework. If you want to know

Whoa, that is interesting. That is how students in Japan learn multiplication I believe right?