• teaching multiplication

• Math Coach's Corner: Multiplication arrays

• Math Coach's Corner: Array Models for Multiplication. For multiplication facts to make sense to children, they have to have lots of concrete and representational experiences with the idea of multiplication prior to trying to achieve automaticity with the facts. Students need to move from addition to multiplicative thinking to understand the difference between 4 + 3 and 4 x 3. This little activity is another one from Van de Walle.

• Classroom Freebies: Apple Arrays

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