Multiplicative Comparisons Digital Puzzles {4.OA.1} | 4th Grade Math

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  1. Use these 4th-grade math puzzles for differentiated practice on ANY DEVICE with an internet connection and students will become experts on the 4th-grade math standards. You get 3 standards-aligned puzzles (easy, medium, and hard) for EVERY standard (84 puzzles total) to engage your students in pract
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Use these differentiated multiplicative comparison puzzles (4.OA.1) on ANY DEVICE with an internet connection and students will become experts on multiplication as comparison! You get 3 standards-aligned puzzles (easy, medium, and hard) to engage your students in practicing this important skill in a fun way!

Be sure to watch the video preview to see a quick overview of this resource.

With 12 problems in each puzzle and 3 levels of puzzles, you can get a real feel for how your students are grasping this standard. Have them start with the easiest puzzle and level them up once they prove mastery to challenge them even more with this standard.

Try a FREE Math Facts Sampler Puzzle by clicking here.

Features of this resource:

  • Digital (no printing)
  • Works in any browser
  • Works on any device
  • Self-checking
  • Immediate feedback
  • Academically engaging
  • Easy access

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What is included?

  • 3 self-checking puzzles practicing 4.OA.1 (see the preview for types of problems)
    • Puzzle 1: (Easy) Students will determine how many times one number is than another number to get the given number
    • Puzzle 2: (Medium) Students will match the words of comparison with the numbers
    • Puzzle 3: (Hard) Students will be given a word problem and they need to solve it using a comparison

  • Recording Sheet: Accountability piece for students
  • Teacher's Manual: Everything you need to know about this resource and MORE!
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    • Options for use
    • Accountability ideas
    • Video overview of the resource
    • Teacher & Students Instructions
    • Answer Key
    • Email Support

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  • Partner Work
  • Small Groups
  • Centers
  • Early Finishers
  • Independent Practice
  • 1:1 Classrooms
  • Distance Learning

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  • Teachers who want students to become comfortable with interacting with digital resources
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Total Pages
16 pages
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 hour
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison, e.g., interpret 35 = 5 × 7 as a statement that 35 is 5 times as many as 7 and 7 times as many as 5. Represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparisons as multiplication equations.


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