Students match multiplication equations to written multiplicative comparisons. This is a card matching game to introduce and practice Common Core Standard 4.OA.1. Use as enrichment for 3rd grade, or review for 5th grade.
This is a great extension to my product "Multiplication Equations as Comparisons Matching Game - 4.OA.1". Students now can write equations and statements for Multiplication Equations as Comparisons, and now it is time to solve Multiplicative
After students have learned different strategies to solve 1-digit to up to 3-digit multiplication problems (base-ten, area models, and equations), students can apply their knowledge to solving 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication problems. These task
These task cards have three different levels of solving. Great to use during center time for students to practice solving 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems. Students can start off using Base Ten Blocks (green cards), then move to Area
These task cards allow students to practice finding factors and multiple of a given number, as well as determine if the number is a Prime or Composite number. There are a total of 36 task cards, 12 Modified (green), At Level (yellow), Challenge
Have students practice reading multi-digit numbers up to the millions place in Base Ten Numerals, Written Words, and Expanded Form, all while comparing multi-digit numbers. Great to use to prepare for Place Value Assessments, teach/assess 4.NBT.2,
Teach students the Multiplication Structure of Equal Groups. This matching card set game allows students to understand the three types of Equal Groups Multiplication Word Problems (Group Unknown, Group Size Unknown, and Total Unknown), how to write
This is the second part of the 4.NBT.5 Task Cards. Students choose any strategy they want to solve 1-digit by 3-digit, and 1-digit by 4-digit multiplication cards.
- Title Page/Folder Cover
- Directions to 1-digit by 3-digit
These task cards have three different levels of solving. Great to use during center time for studnets to practice solving 2-digit dividend by 1-digit divisor division problems. Students can start off using Base Ten Blocks (green cards), then move