Multiply Unit Fractions by Whole Numbers Roll and Solve Math Center

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  1. Print these pages for students to work together on in partners. Laminate and use dry erase or wet erase markers to make a reusable center. Directions: Roll a pair of 6-sided dice. Solve the problems that line up with the dice. For example: Partner 1 rolls 6 and partner 2 rolls 2. Partner 1 solves th
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Print this page out for students to work together in partners. Laminate and use markers to make a reusable center. A pair of 6-sided dice should be rolled. Students then solve their problem and explain the solution to their partner. They should get the same solution. For example: Partner A rolls a 6 and partner B rolls a 2. Partner A solves the problem located in column 6, row 2. Partner B solves the problem located in column 2, row 6. Both problems will have the same solution.

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Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication to multiply a fraction or whole number by a fraction.
Apply and extend previous understandings of multiplication to multiply a fraction by a whole number.

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