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This 8-page Complete Lesson Packet uses an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication. This is an excellent way to build conceptual understanding that the standard algorithm for multiplication does not provide. What's included? ✔ Instructional Guide✔ Teacher Lead Problem-Set✔ Partner Pract

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Also included in: 5th Grade Multiplication Bundle: Multiplying with Area Models (5th Grade Unit)

This 8-page Complete Lesson Packet uses an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication. This is an excellent way to build conceptual understanding that the standard algorithm for multiplication does not provide. And best of all it requires NO PREP! Just PRINT and TEACH.What's included? ✔Ins

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Also included in: 5th Grade Multiplication Bundle: Multiplying with Area Models (5th Grade Unit)

Making Sense of Multiplication Set 4 focuses on 3 x 2 digit numbers. Students will learn to multiply 3 x 2 digit numbers in four different ways: making groups, distributive property, area model, and traditional method. Through these activities, students will find the method that makes sense to them

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This 8-page Lesson Packet uses an area model, or box model, to teach 2 x 1 digit multiplication.What's included? ✔Instructional Guide✔Teacher Lead Problem-Set✔Partner Practice✔3-page Independent Practice✔Challenge Page for Early Finishers✔Exit Quiz✔Answer KeyTry it before you buy it with this FREE S

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Also included in: 5th Grade Multiplication Bundle: Multiplying with Area Models (5th Grade Unit)

This 8-page Lesson Packet uses an area model, or box model, to teach 2 x 1 digit multiplication. And best of all it requires NO PREP! Just PRINT and TEACH.What's included? ✔Instructional Guide✔Teacher Lead Problem-Set✔Partner Practice✔3-page Independent Practice✔Challenge Page for Early Finishers✔E

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Also included in: 5th Grade Multiplication Bundle: Multiplying with Area Models (5th Grade Unit)

This 8-page Complete Lesson Packet uses an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication 2 x 2 digit multiplication word problems. And best of all it requires NO PREP! Just PRINT and TEACH.What's included? ✔ Instructional Guide✔ Teacher Lead Problem-Set✔ Partner Practice✔ 3-page Independent Pra

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Also included in: 5th Grade Multiplication Bundle: Multiplying with Area Models (5th Grade Unit)

This 8-PAGE COMPLETE LESSON PACKET focuses on solving 2 x 1 Multiplication Problems in real-life situations using an area model to build conceptual understanding. Best of all, it requires no prep! Just print and teach! What's included? ✔ Instructional Guide✔ Teacher Lead Problem-Set✔ Partner Pract

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Also included in: 5th Grade Multiplication Bundle: Multiplying with Area Models (5th Grade Unit)

I noticed that my 4-5th grade students needed some more experience with multiplication arrays or area models, and since I had a wide range of learners I created this set of 32 array task cards to start at a beginning level and then slowly working up to an advanced level so I could have different stu

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Also included in: Multiplication and Arrays Bundle

Watch as Farmer Maslow takes us on a tour of his farm by the sea as he plants his new crops. As he plants a field of green beans, he'll be showing us how to multiply two-digits by two-digits using the area model.
Area Model Multiplication: Animated Video, Activities, Worksheets, Game and More
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Are you looking for a great way to assess student understanding of the area model of multiplication, develop valuable writing skills, and cultivate critical thinking skills?
Error analysis problems are a great way to check your students' understanding of a concept. Instead of just solving the same

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This is a series of letters written to parents of my fourth grade students explaining how to do the area model of multiplication. It is very detailed and uses pictures to model. The first letter explains how to find simple area and then how to use this model to find the answer to 1 x 1 digit, 1 x

This is a set of matching cards with 2-digit x 2-digit multiplication problems and their answers. There are three sets of cards, with 12 problems in each set (24 cards each set). Students complete the problems and match with the correct answer. Answer keys are included. A recording sheet is also inc

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Area Model Multiplication Worksheets-Instructions on how to do Area Models. -Times Tables - 50 mixed multiplication problems at different levels to prepare.-Multiplication Strategies - Decompose using distributive property to make harder math facts easier. Ex. 6x9 = (3x9) + (3x9).-Third grade: area

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This Smartboard (PDF) and 2 sided "Toy Shop" worksheet familiarize students with using 3 methods to multiply: the open array, area model, and traditional method to multiply 2-3 digits x 1 digit. Students also solve word problems incorporating money amounts.
This slideshow gives guided practice a

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Why have one set when you can purchase a full set of partial quotient AND area model multiplication task cards?! Here is what's included in this bundle of joy:
Partial Quotient Task Cards:
*** The standard for division requires students to find both whole number quotients and remainders up to four

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There is nothing worse then finding a really great resource with one little thing you want to change so that it works for your class and you find out it's not editable. That's why I stand firm on making all of my resources editable!Engage your students in a fun and exciting activity! This Google Sli

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***The standard for multiplication requires students to multiply whole numbers up to four digits by a one-digit number using equations and illustrations, such as area models.***
These task cards allow students to solve equations by requiring the use of an area model, then writing the equations base

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Included are: 24 Math Printable Task Cards—to reinforce students’ practice and mastery of 4.NBT.5: Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply 2 two digit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explai

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Making Sense of Multiplication Set 3 focuses on 2 x 2 digit numbers. Students will learn to multiply 2 x 2 digit numbers in four different ways: making groups, distributive property, area model, and traditional method. Through these activities, students will find the method that makes sense to them

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This printable includes 6 pages of Area Model Multiplication practice along with detailed answer keys for you. I have also included 6 blank templates for you to make extra practice for your students if needed. This resource includes:2 x 1 Area Model Worksheet3 x 1 Area Model Worksheet4 x 1 Area Mode

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Also included in: Multiplication Math Worksheet Bundle (area model, lattice, & standard algorithm)

This is a great resource to help students understanding multi-digit multiplication by using number bonds and the area model to solve multiplication problems. I copy these on card stock and place in sheet protectors. Students can use expo pens and erasers. They love it!
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Making Sense of Multiplication Set 2 focuses on 3 x 1 digit numbers. Students will learn to multiply 3 x 1 digit numbers in four different ways: making groups, distributive property, area model, and traditional method. Through these activities, students will find the method that makes sense to the

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Set of 24 Task cards for 3 digit X 2 digit multiplication using the area model.

Making Sense of Multiplication is a fun way for students to learn that multiplying numbers can be done in a variety of ways: making groups, distributive property, area model, and traditional method. These activities are great for grades 3, 4, 5, and 6 and support Common Core. You can purchase indiv

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