3rd Grade Math Multiplications:Distributive Property & Multiplication Comparison

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1. This is the 3rd Unit in a collection of lessons designed for teaching an Introduction to Understanding Multiplication in 3rd Grade that is aligned with the TEKS. It is packed with over 420 pages of fun for your students! This is definitely one of our favorite units in 3rd Grade!!Included:Engaging H
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This 3rd Grade Math Multiplication Lesson helps to introduce the topics of:

• Introduction to the Distributive Property (up to 10 x 10)
• Introduction to Multiplication as a Comparison (up to 10 x 10)

These hands-on lesson ideas have problems solving embedded into the introduction of each activity. Your students will LOVE these engaging activities as they learn to understand multiplication. Dr. Distributive was definitely a highlight for our students!!

This is set of lessons is included as a part of the 3rd Grade Math "Understanding Multiplication" BUNDLE.

If you have questions, please email me.

Thank you,

Erica

topoftxteacher@gmail.com

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