This bundle contains everything you need to teach and assess students on multiplication! It includes classwork, homework, and quizzes for each 3rd grade multiplication objective, as well as 2 sets of 12 multiplication word problem cards for cooperative group games in class.
The detailed list of every product is listed below:
* Cooperative Group Problem Solving Game:
2 sets: "Multiplication Word Problems" and "Multiplication Word Problems: Multiple Choice" (3.OA.3)
Copy 2 sets of the cards- pass them out, and students meet up with the other person in the class who has the same card they do. The students solve the problem together and record the answer. Repeat as often as you like.
* "Multiplication Word Problems"- classwork, homework, and quiz- all include 1 worksheet page of 4 multiplication word problems.
* "Multiplying with Multiples of Ten"- classwork, homework, study guide, quiz- all include 1 worksheet page of 4 multiplication word problems with multiples of ten. (3.NBT.A.3)
* "Multiplication Meaning and Properties"- classwork, homework, and quiz- includes a variety of fill in the blank and multiple choice questions to practice identifying and using properties of multiplication. (3.OA.5)
* "Missing Values in Equations"- classwork, homework, and quiz- all include 1 worksheet page with 5 multiple choice questions where students must find the value of the letter or the shape. (3.OA.4)
* "Multiplication Pictures"- classwork, homework, and quiz- all include 1 worksheet page with 8 questions that require students to draw pictures to match equations or write equations to match pictures. (3.OA.1)
An answer key is included for all worksheets for easy grading.
This product was designed for use in a 3rd grade classroom, but could also be used as a review in a 4th grade classroom, as it is aligned with the the 4th Grade CC Objective:
CCSS.Math.Content.4.OA.A.2 Multiply or divide to solve word problems involving multiplicative comparison, e.g., by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem, distinguishing multiplicative comparison from additive comparison.