Check out these great resources for teaching multiplication. You'll find a free webinar recording with strategies for ensuring that your students master their times tables fluently. You'll also find free printables and helpful websites dealing with multiplication.
Take turns with a partner. Read the first problem and circle E if the problem calls for Estimation and C if it calls for exact Computation. Work out the answer in the space and write it on the line. If both partners agree with both answers, check the box at the end.
Take turns with your partner. One person quietly reads the word form to his or her partner and writes the standard form next to it. The other person places a check in the box if it’s correct, or discusses it with you if it doesn’t seem to be correct. You can change your answer if you realize you made a mistake. Switch roles for each problem.
Partner A works the first subtraction problem and checks it with addition while B watches and coaches. Switch roles, and Partner B works the next problem while A watches and coaches. At the end of each row, compare your answers with the other members on your team. Put a check in the box when you all agree on the answers.
Check out these great resources for teaching multiplication. You'll find a free webinar recording with strategies for ensuring that your students master their times tables fluently. You'll also find free printables and helpful websites dealing with multiplication.
Take turns with a partner. Read the first problem and circle E if the problem calls for Estimation and C if it calls for exact Computation. Work out the answer in the space and write it on the line. If both partners agree with both answers, check the box at the end.
Take turns with your partner. One person quietly reads the word form to his or her partner and writes the standard form next to it. The other person places a check in the box if it’s correct, or discusses it with you if it doesn’t seem to be correct. You can change your answer if you realize you made a mistake. Switch roles for each problem.
Partner A works the first subtraction problem and checks it with addition while B watches and coaches. Switch roles, and Partner B works the next problem while A watches and coaches. At the end of each row, compare your answers with the other members on your team. Put a check in the box when you all agree on the answers.