Amber Thomas
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COLOR MULTIPLICATION (Scaffolded standard algorithm)
Do your students have a hard time with the multiple steps involved to solve 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication problems? Help them remember the order of digits to multiply using COLOR! In this activity, children will draw a card with a color coded problem on it. They will use an page of prompts to write down the digits in the order that they need to be multiplied, add them, and before they know it, they will have solved the problem instead of sitting stuck and waiting for help.

This product contains:
✅ 11 multiplication number cards
✅ 1 sample card
✅ Teacher directions page and sample card walk-through to model the process
✅ Prompt page

Teacher preparation:
► Cut out each number card and laminate if desired.
► Make double sided copies of the Multiplication Color Problems prompt page. If you make one per student, each student will be able to solve 4 problems.
► Copy the sample onto a transparency sheet to model for students how to fill out the prompts page.
► Copy the student answer sheet (you only need 1 per every 2 students; this will help conserve paper).

LATTICE MULTIPLICATION
Are you looking for a new way to teach multiplication? Have you started lattice with your students and need a fun way to practice multiplying that doesn't involve worksheets? Often times, kids prefer to use dry erase markers because they don't worry as much about making (and therefore fixing) mistakes. For those students, these lattice multiplication task cards are perfect for learning centers. Just laminate, cut, and provide dry erase markers. Each card has step by step directions for students to refer to as they work.

This product contains:
✅ 1 Sample Card
✅ 1 Process Card to show exactly how to fill out the Sample Card
✅ Recording Sheet (prints 2 per page to save you paper)
✅ Answer Key for the recording sheet

Are you looking for a visual way to teach 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication? Check out these area model multiplication task cards! Also called the box method or the window method, students will practice multiplying the expanded form of the 2 digit numbers before adding the products. They do not need to draw the models; that is already done for them. They simply use the arrows as a guide to write the equations. Detailed directions at the bottom of each card help guide your learners who need the scaffold.

AREA MODEL MULTIPLICATION

This product contains:

✅ Recording Sheet

To prepare:

►Make copies of the recording sheet. You can print in color or gray scale.

►Laminate the cards so students can write the equations and add the products. ►Provide students with dry erase markers to write with.

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Total Pages
20 pages
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Teaching Duration
2 days
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.