Students will LOVE giving this little guy hair, as they explore multiplication! Students will start exploring multiplication by practicing repeated addition and then work on the same math problems, presented as multiplication.
REPEATED ADDITION WORKSHEET:
Students will draw hair on the other boys in the row, so they look the same as the first boy. Then they will write the number of hairs for each boy on each line and count to solve the problem.
The students will draw hair on the other boys in the row again, so they look the same as the first boy, and write the number of hairs that are on each boy on the first line of the math problem. Then they will write the number of boys on the second line. Last, they will write the total number of hairs to solve the problem.
• a blackline student cover to create a mini-workbook
• teacher directions
• 5 different pairs of worksheets (a total of 10 pages) to use
individually or to make a mini-workbook. The 1st page shows the problem as repeated addition and the 2nd shows the same problem as multiplication.
Be sure to check out “Hair is Where it’s At” number and number word edition and the addition edition!
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