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This document consists of the numerous activity sheets aligned to the Common Core Standard 5.NF.4b which pertains to the use of area models to understand fraction multiplication. There are 4 (double-sided) tasks which require students to use the provided fraction square manipulatives. Additional
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This quiz goes with 4.NBT.B.5 (multiplying 2-digit by 2-digit numbers using place value strategies). This goes well with my other 2-digit by 2-digit sheets. Quiz includes 8 equations to solve and one word problem.
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Multiplication! This winter themed multiplication resource contains 4 multiplication area model printables. Each multiplication printable comes with a complete answer key. Having the completed answer key making helping your students find their errors so much easier. With a quick glance you can tell
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In response to buyer feedback, I created a new version of this sheet with more problems, and larger grid areas for the students to show their work and connect the area model concept to multiplication. Students will decompose 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems into smaller problems using pla
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This set of 5 worksheets allows students to construct their own area models for multiplication. This helps build understanding of what multiplication is for beginning multiplication learners. You might also like my Division Area Models Activity Multiplication area model activities, Area model m
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This is a fill-in the blanks type resource. Using the Area Model of Multiplication, students will use reasoning to figure out the missing parts. Using the Area Model can really build a student's mental math capability. There are 5 levels of worksheets. Set A- 1 digit x 1 digit (or 1 digit by 2 d
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Help your students make the connection between the visual area models and the multiplication equation. This resource includes four worksheets with answer keys. The worksheets begin easier and progress to slightly more difficult problems. All of the problems are fairly basic and meant to give stu
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These worksheets are tiered by the supports the they provide. It is scaffolded based upon student level.Students must solve using the expanded form using an area model, then illustrate the product using either place-value coins or base-ten blocks. Low-Tier 1: area model box is made and partially se
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This lesson uses the area model to help students multiply fractions. This visual model encourages reinforces geometry concepts and reviews fraction addition. This is a great alternative to multiplying with improper fractions because the students have less reducing, and more fun.
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Give students cheese its and have them create arrays/area models then complete this worksheet to show the multiplication problems that they are representing with their cheese its! The kids love it!
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Great for kids learning the skill! Includes: 1 Ready to go practice page 1 Blank practice page (for you to complete BY HAND, not editable online)
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Multiplication using the area model (grade 4)
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Help evaluate your student's understanding of the area model with multiplication through this exit ticket! Student's will analyze and explain a completed area model problem and identify the error within the shown work. Error analysis allows students to show a deeper level of understanding about t
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This CCSS aligned multiplication packet includes 14 practice sheets filled with practice multiplication problems, example problems, and step-by-step directions. These can be used to introduce a concept, review a concept, or send home as reinforcement for homework. An answer key is provided. This pr
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Using an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication is an excellent way to build conceptual understanding that the standard algorithm for multiplication does not provide. For the past two years, I have used only area models when teaching multiplication (no standard algorithm) and I have seen
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In this packet you'll find a PowerPoint to show your students and six worksheets that will guide them through understanding this method. Area model multiplication - also called open array multiplication - is an important step in the mastery of the standard algorithm. ----- "What a student-friendly
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This CCSS aligned multiplication packet includes 21 practice sheets filled with practice multiplication problems (for 2-digit factors), example problems, and step-by-step directions. These can be used to introduce a concept, review a concept, or send home as reinforcement for homework. An answer key
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Multiplying fractions is a key part of the fifth grade mathematics curriculum. This ten-page packet focuses on helping students develop a conceptual understanding of what it means to multiply two fractions. The packet provides scaffolded instruction and practice, first by reviewing what it means t
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The area model is a great strategy for students to use to solve multiplication problems. This download includes a brief notes section, and then 10 practice problems.
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Using an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication is an excellent way to build conceptual understanding that the standard algorithm for multiplication does not provide. For the past two years, I have used only area models when teaching multiplication (no standard algorithm) and I have seen
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Using an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication is an excellent way to build conceptual understanding that the standard algorithm for multiplication does not provide. For the past two years, I have used only area models when teaching multiplication (no standard algorithm) and I have seen
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Using an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication is an excellent way to build conceptual understanding that the standard algorithm for multiplication does not provide. For the past two years, I have used only area models when teaching multiplication (no standard algorithm) and I have seen
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Using an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication is an excellent way to build conceptual understanding that the standard algorithm for multiplication does not provide. For the past two years, I have used only area models when teaching multiplication (no standard algorithm) and I have seen
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This unit contains material you can use to help you review, assess, or teach how to find whole number quotients of whole numbers up to 4 digit dividends and 2 digit divisors using strategies based on relating multiplication to division, place value, distributive property, area models, and partial qu
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Using an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication is an excellent way to build conceptual understanding that the standard algorithm for multiplication does not provide. For the past two years, I have used only area models when teaching multiplication (no standard algorithm) and I have seen
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This 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! Using an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication is an excellent way to bu
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This is a 54 page unit I used with my 3rd grade class when teaching multi-digit multiplication. I found this model when searching for Singapore math strategies. I loved the method but could not find any resources, so I created this unit. In this method, students use place value and expanded form to
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Multiplying fractions is a key part of the fifth grade mathematics curriculum. This set of two worksheets focuses on helping students develop a conceptual understanding of what it means to multiply two fractions (answer keys included). Both worksheets include word problems that require students to
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I created these differentiated worksheets to help my students learn the multiplication strategies of partial products and using the area model when multiplying. These worksheets are designed to guide students through this process, in order to more clearly help them understand the steps of finding t
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This zip file contains a POWER POINT and 3 leveled worksheets for extra practice or for differentiation to teach your students how to solve multiplication problems using area models. Teaching your students different strategies is such an important math concept. This product teaches your students o
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Using an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication is an excellent way to build conceptual understanding that the standard algorithm for multiplication does not provide. For the past two years, I have used only area models when teaching multiplication (no standard algorithm) and I have seen
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This mega-bundle includes 12 no-prep lesson packets. Each packet covers area model multiplication building in difficulty and complexity each day. Students will learn computationally what multiplication really means though area models and then apply it to real-life situations in the word problem le
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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 ★ 4
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Area Model for Division Task Cards –Task cards are very versatile and a great alternative to worksheets. These task cards can be used in games, centers, as question cards for a whole class review, morning work, or even flash cards. Games Task cards make great question cards for games. You can p
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This is a two page worksheet for students to practice using the box method or distributive property to solve 2-digit x 2-digit multiplication equations. The worksheet includes the boxes for students to write in. This can be used as homework practice after using the Flip and Multiply game in the clas
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This complete lesson packet focuses only on 3 x 3 Digit Multiplication Word Problems. It offers 7 pages of practice, ample space for students to show their work, and opportunity to practice a problem solving strategy. Best of all it requires NO PREP! Just PRINT and TEACH. Using an area model,
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This five page activity sheet allows for the gradual release of responsibility when teaching the area model of multiplication. The activity starts by reviewing expanded form, a critical skill to being able to use the area model of multiplication. The teacher then guides the students through some e
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Area Model Bundle – This bundle includes two great resources to help teach the division area model: Division Area Model Practice Pack and Area Model Task Cards. Division Area Model Practice Pack – This area model practice pack includes many resources to help you create a fun and engaging learning
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Build your students’ proficiency with multi-digit multiplication with this set of task cards and resource materials that focus on using the area model of multiplication to multiply two two-digit numbers. Your students will be challenged to reason about number relationships as analyze the area model
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Let's face it, as teachers we do not have a million copies. I love half pages because they are printer friendly, a great way to assess students' ability quickly, and students actually think they are doing less work! In these half pages, students must create an area model, use partial product metho
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This bundle is aligned to Common Core Math Standard 4.NBT.5 & 5.NBT.5 Multiplication is a skill that students learn, but often do not understand. Well there is a way to help students make sense of multiplication and therefore hold onto the skill. The first step is to teach students through arr
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Using an area model, or box model, to teach multiplication is an excellent way to build conceptual understanding that the standard algorithm for multiplication does not provide. For the past two years, I have used only area models when teaching multiplication (no standard algorithm) and I have seen
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This Area Model (Also known as the Open Array Model or Box Model) for 2 Digit x 1 Digit Multiplication Problems contains a CLASS PRESENTATION to use on a Smartboard or other projection screen, a worksheet set differentiated and scaffolded, and a reference poster. The Classroom Presentation contains
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This is a guide meant to assist teachers who are trying to teach the multiplication algorithm with understanding. It shows the stages of representations that I have used to help guide my students from area models to the traditional algorithm. Multiple representations are illustrated along with prac
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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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A double-digit area model adventure for your students with green thumbs! The area model strategy is an effective method for cultivating multiplicative reasoning...Watch your students grow in their multiplication skills! "How Does Your Garden Grow?" is an interactive way to engage your math learner
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In this sheet, students decompose arrays into smaller problems using place value. I use this as a stepping stone to the "window" method of 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication, which reinforces the same concept, but the area models are not to scale as they are in this sheet. (See other listings for tha
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This is a complete mini unit focusing on 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication using the area model. Product includes: - guided and independent practice worksheets - a placemat activity for math centres - write on / wipe off task cards for math centers - scaffolded word problems for guided release of
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This Area Model (Also known as the Open Array Model or Box Model) for 2 Digit x 2 Digit Multiplication Problems contains a CLASS PRESENTATION to use on a Smartboard or other projection screen, a worksheet set differentiated and scaffolded, and a reference poster. The Class Presentation contains a s
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This printable includes 3 pages of area model multiplication with decimals practice along with answer key for your students. There is a worksheet on each of the following: Decimal by Whole Number Decimal by Decimal (to the tenths) Decimal by Decimal (to the hundredths) This resource is aligned t
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Use these quizzes to assess student mastery of TEKS 4.4C - represent the product of 2 two-digit numbers using arrays, area models, or equations, including perfect squares through 15 by 15. Also aligns to CCSS 4.NBT.B.2. Mastery assessments are a key part of a data-driven math classroom. You can use
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This is a complete mini unit focusing on 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication using the area model. Product includes: - guided and independent practice worksheets - a placemat activity for math centres - write on / wipe off task cards for math centers - scaffolded word problems for guided release of
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