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Ch 5: 3rd Grade Math: Multiplication & Division

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Show your 3rd graders how to perform multiplication and division with these entertaining lessons. Each lesson provides step-by-step guides as well as tips and tricks for solving problems, which means your students can get the homework or test prep help they need in one easy-to-navigate location.

3rd Grade Math: Multiplication & Division - Chapter Summary

If your 3rd grade students need some assistance when it comes to multiplication and division, this chapter can help. Each lesson is clearly labeled and focuses on one key topic. So for example, if your student is having problems performing multiplication with mental math, using skip counting and finger tricks, or dividing numbers with a remainder, you can look at the chapter menu and easily point your students in the right direction. All of the lessons include a corresponding quiz to assess students' understanding and help reinforce the lesson topics.

Chapter Topics

  • Steps for performing multiplication
  • Input-output tables for multiplication
  • Multiplying by 10
  • Whole number multiplication with and without regrouping
  • Multiplying 3 or more numbers
  • Using the expanded notation method
  • Connections between multiplication and division
  • Methods for division problems
  • Dividing numbers by 1
  • Steps for performing division and long division

15 Lessons in Chapter 5: 3rd Grade Math: Multiplication & Division
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How to Perform Multiplication: Steps & Examples

1. How to Perform Multiplication: Steps & Examples

Multiplication, one of the basic operations of math, is important not just in elementary math but also in higher math. Watch this video lesson to learn how you can multiply with ease.

Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Skip Counting

2. Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Skip Counting

Multiplication facts might not be your favorite thing to learn in math class, but they are super important to know! In this lesson, we will use skip counting as a method for learning your multiplication facts zero through 10.

Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Finger Tricks

3. Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Finger Tricks

When it comes to multiplication, finger tricks are very useful tools, and they're fun! This trick is for multiplication tables of 6, 7, 8, and 9. When you need to find an answer quickly, finger tricks can save the day.

Working with Multiplication Input-Output Tables

4. Working with Multiplication Input-Output Tables

In this lesson, we will find patterns in input-output tables, and use those patterns to find missing data in the tables. We will use the four operations: multiplication, division, addition and subtraction for these tables.

How to Multiply by 10

5. How to Multiply by 10

In this lesson, you will practice multiplying whole numbers and decimals by 10. You will learn the rules that make it very easy to solve all multiplication by 10 problems.

Multiplying Whole Numbers With & Without Regrouping: Lesson for Kids

6. Multiplying Whole Numbers With & Without Regrouping: Lesson for Kids

Solve 2 x 8 without using paper and pencil. Now, try to solve 28 x 8; it's a little harder, right? As you get older, you can't always solve a multiplication problem in your head. Let's take a look at how to multiply with and without regrouping.

How to Multiply Three or More Numbers

7. How to Multiply Three or More Numbers

We use multiplication all the time in life, but have you ever wondered how to multiply more than two numbers together quickly? In this lesson, you will learn how to multiply three or more numbers together.

Expanded Notation Method for Multiplication

8. Expanded Notation Method for Multiplication

Expanded notation allows you to create simpler multiplication problems and add them together by breaking down one of the factors into smaller numbers. In this video, you'll learn how to use expanded notation and organize the information through the box method.

Using Mental Math for Multiplication

9. Using Mental Math for Multiplication

Do you want to impress your friends and family with your amazing brain? You can when you learn a really easy way to multiply single digits by multiples of 10 and 100 in this lesson.

The Relationship Between Multiplication & Division

10. The Relationship Between Multiplication & Division

Did you know that you use multiplication and division when you are sharing food, such as cookies? In this lesson, you will learn about how multiplication and division go together.

Division Lesson for Kids: Definition & Method

11. Division Lesson for Kids: Definition & Method

Traditionally people believed that they had to know how to multiply before they could divide, but there are more strategies. Strategies such as drawing pictures or using objects, skip counting, and subtracting are all ways we'll look at using in this lesson about division.

How to Divide by 1

12. How to Divide by 1

Watch this video lesson to learn how you can divide any number by 1. Learn the rule that will allow you to solve any division by 1 problem in an instant.

How to Perform Division: Steps & Examples

13. How to Perform Division: Steps & Examples

Watch this video lesson to learn how you can divide. Division is one of the basic operations of math. It is one of the fundamental operations that all higher mathematics depends upon.

Long Division Steps: Lesson for Kids

14. Long Division Steps: Lesson for Kids

This lesson shows the process for completing long division equations, which involves division, multiplication, and subtraction. We'll look at equations with and without remainders and equations.

Dividing With a Remainder

15. Dividing With a Remainder

In this lesson you will learn what to do when you are dividing and you have a number leftover. We will be using basic division steps and learning all about remainders.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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