Multiplication and Division

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  • N-Tiles

  • Jamboard      
  • N-tiles are strips with 2, 3 or 5 dots used to support skip counting and early multiplicative reasoning. This Jamboard includes virtual n-tiles in both vertical and horizontal orientations.    
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  • Last Revised: 8/28/20    
  • Animated N-Tiles

  • Google Slides      
  • Each slide is animated to set out n-tiles or ten frames one-by-one in structured arrangements. N-tiles support skip counting and early multiplicative reasoning.    
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  • Last Revised: 8/28/20    
  • Multiplicative Images

  • Google Slides      
  • This slide deck includes dozens of multiplicative images that can be used for number talks. This is KNP IG activity #M 4425.3    
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  • Last Revised: 9/24/20    
  • 10x10 Array

  • Jamboard      
  • This simple Jamboard can be used by teachers and students to build arrays up to 10x10. Jamboard annotating tools make it easy create chunks within the array, building an understanding of the distributive property and efficient multiplication strategies.    
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  • Last Revised: 11/8/20    
  • Multiplication Match Game

  • Jamboard      
  • In this activity, students match up different multiplication representation. Representations include Equal Groups, Repeated Addition Expression, Multiplication Expression, Verbal description, Array model and Area model. This activity can be conducted as a partner game or adapted for individual practice.    
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  • Last Revised: 11/9/20    
  • Multiplication Match - 3 in a Row

  • Jamboard      
  • This is a 2 person game in which the player matches a multiplicative visual (equal groups, array or area) to an addition or multiplication expression. The first player with 3 in a row wins.    
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  • Last Revised: 10/28/20    
  • Product Game

  • Jamboard      
  • This fun partner game exercises students skill with factors and multiples.    
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  • Last Revised: 10/15/20    
  • Partially Covered Arrays

  • Google Slides      
  • Adapted from KNP IG Task M4443.3  , this slide deck consists of array images that are briefly shown, then partially covered. Student figure out how many items are in the array.    
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  • Last Revised:10/22/20    
  • Multiplication Situations

  • Google Slides      
  • Adapted from KNP IG Task M4443.4  , this slide deck consists of a series of multiplication word problems. Each problem describes a collection arranged in an array. A matching visual starts screened, but can be revealed to students as needed.    
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  • Last Revised: 10/23/20    
  • Division Situations

  • Google Slides      
  • Adapted from KNP IG Task M4443.5  , this slide deck consists of a series of division word problems. Each problem describes a collection arranged in an array or equal groups. A matching visual starts screened, but can be revealed to students as needed.    
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  • Last Revised: 10/23/20    
  • Composite Cookie Company Level 1

  • Jamboard      
  • Adapted from KNP IG Task M4444.1  , this Jamboard has a stack of multiplication and division word problems about cookies on plates. Students can use the virtual plates and cookies to act out the situations.    
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  • Last Revised: 10/23/20    
  • Catch the Counter

  • Jamboard      
  • In this full group activity, the teacher reads and displays a skip counting sequences with an error built in. The students "Catch the Counter" by signaling when they see or hear the error. While this activity also works well verbal only, the Jamboard offers visual support that may be helpful when teaching virtually.    
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  • Last Revised: 11/20/20    
  • Skip Counting: Vanishing Sequences

  • Jamboard      
  • In this independent activity, the student will put the numbers in a skip counting sequence in order, then practice saying the sequence forward and backward while gradually covering more & more numbers in the sequence.     
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  • Last Revised: 11/20/20    
  • Area Tiling

  • Jamboard      
  • In this Jamboard, students work individually or in small groups to tile rectangles of various sizes with square tiles.     
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  • Last Revised: 3/15/21    
  • Area Tiles

  • Google Slides      
  • Jamboard      
  • This activity includes 9 area number talk prompts with 9 corresponding recording pages. Students are looking for efficient ways to determine the number of tiles in each image.     
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  • Last Revised: 3/15/21    
  • Sequenced Quick Looks - Doubling Strategies

  • Google Slides      
  • Inspired by the Math Fact Fluency by Jennifer Bay-Williams and Gina Kling, this slide deck includes sequenced dot images that support doubling strategies when multiplying by 4, 6 or 8.     
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  • Last Revised: 8/25/21    
  • Sequenced Multiplication Stories - Add or subtract a group

  • Google Slides      
  • Inspired by the book "Math Fact Fluency" by Jennifer Bay-Williams and Gina Kling, this slide deck consists of sequenced stories. The first story starts with a basic multiplication fact such as 4x10. The next story involves adding or subtracting a group, encouraging students to use relational reasoning to solve the new non-basic fact such as 4x9 (pictured here).     
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  • Last Revised: 9/28/21