# Ch 7: 5th Grade Math: Multiplication

If your 5th grader could use a little help with whole number multiplication, check out the engaging videos and short quizzes included in this chapter. Lessons cover everything from multiplication facts to input-output tables.

## 5th Grade Math: Multiplication - Chapter Summary

Help your 5th grade student memorize multiplication facts and learn to multiply three or more numbers. This chapter includes fun video lessons on rectangular array, skip counting, finger tricks and many other techniques your 5th grader can use to develop his or her multiplication skills. You'll also find multiple-choice quizzes designed to help students do well on their math homework or prepare for a test.

## Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
How to Perform Multiplication: Steps & Examples Students learn the steps involved in multiplying whole numbers.
How to Multiply One-digit Numbers This lesson gives students extra practice multiplying one-digit numbers.
Using Mental Math for Multiplication Students learn to multiply one-digit numbers by tens or one hundreds.
Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Commutative Property Instructors show how the commutative property can be used to memorize multiplication facts up to ten.
Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Rectangular Array Students use rectangular arrays to learn multiplication facts.
Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Skip Counting This lesson demonstrates the skip counting method for memorizing multiplication facts.
Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Doubling Students try their hand at using doubling to memorize multiplication facts.
Learning Multiplication Facts to 10 Using Finger Tricks This lesson covers the use of finger tricks to learn multiplication facts.
Multiplying a Two-digit Number by a One-digit Number Students build their arithmetic skills by learning to multiply two-digit numbers.
How to Multiply Three or More Numbers Instructors show students the steps involved in multiplying more than two numbers.
How to Multiply Numbers Ending in Zeroes Students learn strategies for multiplying numbers that end in zero.
How to Complete the Multiplication Sentence This lesson covers multiplication sentences and the methods used to complete them.
Finding the Missing Factor Instructors show what it takes to find a missing factor.
Working with Multiplication Input-Output Tables Students learn to complete input-output tables and identify the patterns found within them.
The Relationship Between Multiplication & Division Instructors demonstrate the connection between multiplication and division facts.

15 Lessons in Chapter 7: 5th Grade Math: Multiplication
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