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Multiplication - Chapter Summary
Teachers who present the video lessons in this Multiplication chapter to their 3rd grade pupils could increase the students' understanding of multiplication techniques. The engaging lessons teach 3rd graders to multiply three or more numbers and find missing factors. They review the commutative property and the doubling method. Make sure that students are learning multiplication principles by giving quizzes and a chapter examination.
Chapter Lessons and Objectives
|How to Perform Multiplication: Steps and Examples||This lesson teaches 3rd grade students to multiply whole numbers.|
|How to Multiply One-Digit Numbers||Students are presented with techniques for performing basic multiplication.|
|Using Mental Math for Multiplication||Instructors teach students how to multiply by 10s and 100s.|
|Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Commutative Property||In this lesson, students get to demonstrate their knowledge of the commutative property.|
|Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Rectangular Array||Students can apply their knowledge of the rectangular array in this lesson.|
|Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Skip Counting||Instructors teach students to multiply using this method.|
|Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Doubling||Students can practice the use of doubling in this video lesson.|
|Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Finger Tricks||Throughout this lesson, students learn finger tricks for solving multiplication problems.|
|Multiplying a Two-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number||Instructors present 3rd grade students with strategies for multiplying these types of numbers.|
|How to Multiply Three or More Numbers||Teachers show their 3rd grade students how to multiply larger numbers.|
|How to Multiply Numbers Ending in Zeroes||In this lesson, students apply techniques for streamlining the multiplication process when numbers end in zero.|
|How to Complete the Multiplication Sentence||Students are allowed to complete examples of the multiplication sentence.|
|Find the Missing Factor||This lesson teaches 3rd graders to calculate the missing factor.|
|Working with Multiplication Input / Output Tables||By completing examples, students test their knowledge of properties of equations and arithmetic patterns.|
|Relating Multiplication to Division||Students can learn how to distinguish between multiplication and division.|
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.
2. How to Multiply One-Digit Numbers
This lesson discusses the process of multiplying one-digit numbers. It shows you how to find the correct answer using skip counting,, a multiplication table, or flashcards.
3. 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.
4. Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Commutative Property
Maybe you've heard that learning to multiply requires a really good memory. But actually, once you know some multiplication facts, you can easily solve others. In this lesson, you'll learn how the commutative property is a shortcut to make learning multiplication easier.
5. Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Rectangular Array
In this video lesson, you will learn what a rectangular array looks like when it is used to show multiplication. You will also learn how to create your own multiplication array to practice multiplication.
6. 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.
7. Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Doubling
In this lesson, you will learn a strategy called doubling to help multiply facts to ten. You will learn how to use known facts and double the product. Test your knowledge with a quiz at the end of the lesson!
8. 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.
9. Multiplying a Two-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number
In this lesson, you will review what multiplication is and learn two methods for multiplying a two-digit number by a one-digit number: the area model and the traditional method. You can use both to practice your multiplication skills!
10. 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.
11. How to Multiply Numbers Ending in Zeroes
In this lesson, you will learn how to multiply numbers that end in zeroes. You will see that multiplying numbers that end with zeroes is an easy process that requires some counting.
12. How to Complete the Multiplication Sentence
Multiplication is a skill that can help you save time when you're adding large or small groups of numbers together. This lesson will focus on completing multiplication number sentences when different parts are missing.
13. Finding the Missing Factor
In this lesson, you'll learn how to find missing factors in multiplication problems using tools you may already have seen such as multiplication charts, factor trees, area models, and division (with a calculator).
14. 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.
15. 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.
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Other chapters within the 3rd Grade Math: Practice & Review course
- 3rd Grade Math: Number Sense & Arithmetic
- 3rd Grade Math: Number Properties
- 3rd Grade Math: Solving Math Word Problems
- 3rd Grade Math: Estimation & Rounding
- 3rd Grade Math: Addition
- 3rd Grade Math: Subtraction
- 3rd Grade Math: Multiples of Whole Numbers
- 3rd Grade Math: Multiplication Skills Practice
- 3rd Grade Math: Division
- 3rd Grade Math: Division Skills Practice
- 3rd Grade Math: Simplifying Whole Number Expressions
- 3rd Grade Math: Basic Algebraic Expressions
- 3rd Grade Math: Writing Algebraic Expressions
- 3rd Grade Math: Data & Graphs
- 3rd Grade Math: Probability & Statistics
- 3rd Grade Math: Units of Measurement
- 3rd Grade Math: Introduction to Geometric Figures
- 3rd Grade Math: Angles
- 3rd Grade Math: Triangles
- 3rd Grade Math: Quadrilaterals
- 3rd Grade Math: Perimeter, Area & Volume
- 3rd Grade Math: Symmetry, Similarity & Congruence
- 3rd Grade Math: Fractions
- 3rd Grade Math: Decimals
- 3rd Grade Math: Money
- 3rd Grade Math: Time