Arrays for multiplication facts developing distributive property

Arrays for multiplication facts developing distributive property
Arrays for multiplication facts developing distributive property
Arrays for multiplication facts developing distributive property
Arrays for multiplication facts developing distributive property
Arrays for multiplication facts developing distributive property
Arrays for multiplication facts developing distributive property
Arrays for multiplication facts developing distributive property
Arrays for multiplication facts developing distributive property
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Most problems with multiplication facts are with facts beyond 5 X 5

Memorization becomes an issue for some students

They are not able to relate the process to memory alone

Using the break apart method, (distributive property), students can associate the advanced fact to a set of facts they have already learned.

The break apart also develops the distributive property of math.

Eg.
6 X 7 =
5 7's + 1 7 = 35 + 7 = 42
(5 + 1) X 7
(5+1)7
students know facts up to the fives and can add together

Eventually the fact is incorporated into memory and students learn the distributive property
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93 pages
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