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Relate addition and multiplication

Number Puzzles for Math Stations

Number Puzzles help students match various models and representations of the addition problems , subtraction problems, and other numbers show. These puzzles are a great math station or math center and give students hands-on experience with sorting, classifying and categorizing second grade math concepts.


Part Part Whole - This can also be used to introduce the bar model for solving problems.


Bagels and Blogs

Make arrays by rolling dice. I would adapt this for second grade by having them write the repeated addition instead of the multiplication equations.


Understand Multiplication Task Cards - Third Grade GoMath

Understand Multiplication Task Cards - Third Grade GoMath! / Enjoy these 24 task cards I created to go along with the GoMath curriculum for Grade 3, Chapter 3: Understand Multiplication. These task cards provide practice with the following introductory multiplication strategies: count equal groups, relate addition and multiplication, skip count using number lines, multiplication with bar models, model with arrays, and model with equal groups.


Math Strategies, easy peasy way to post and relate to children....especially ELLs and not-quite-there readers.


I would use this game for teaching the commutative property. This would be awesome for teaching activities, such as that! I would also use it to teach things that are equal/not equal. This could be used starting in Kindergarten and going all the way up to possibly 5th grade.


Lesson to help reinforce concept of volume. 5.MD.5 Relate volume to the operations of multiplication and addition and solve real world and mathematical problems involving volume. b. Apply the formulas V = l × w × h and V = b × h for rectangular prisms to find volumes of right rectangular prisms with whole-number edge lengths in the context of solving real world and mathematical problems.


This FREE fact family triangle game pack includes fact family triangle recording sheets for addition, subtraction, multiplication AND division! Students simply roll two dice to practice fact families. Use the triangle game boards to write the three numbers created from two dice, then use that information to write out four related number sentences for either addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.Example pages are included and triangle game boards come in color or black and white.