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CREATE YOUR OWN MULTIPLICATION CHART

 

 

Manipulatives

Virtual Manipulatives

Brainpop

Study Island

Math Mayhem

Math Glossary

 

CDB #1 Review
CDB #2 Review
CDB #3 Review

Strip Diagrams for Problem Solving:

Thinking Blocks -  pick either addition/subtraction, multiplication/division, or fractions.  

Decimals:  

Multiplying Decimals from Concrete to Pictorial to Abstract

Multiplying Decimals x Decimals Using Grid Paper

Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers Using Base Ten Blocks

Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers Using Grid Paper

Dividing Decimals by Whole Numbers Drawing Pictorial Model

Decimals on a Number Line

Division of Whole Numbers:

Dividing using Area Model - what does this even mean?

Dividing using the Area Model or Rectangle Model

4 by 2 Division Algorithm

Multiplying Whole Numbers:

Multiplying using Area Model

Fractions:

Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators using Models

Adding Fractions with Unlike Denominators using the Least Common Multiple

Multiplying Fractions Repeated Addition

Multiplying Fractions Visual Model

Multiplying Fractions Bar Model

Dividing with Fractions

Dividing Unit Fractions using a Number Line

 

 

 

 

 

Associative Property of Addition

 

 

 

Associative Property of Multiplication

 

(a + b) + c  =  a + (b + c)  (a × b) × c  =  a × (b × c) 
   

Examples:

This: (2 + 4) + 5  =  6 + 5  =  11
Has the same answer as this: 2 + (4 + 5)  =  2 + 9  =  11
 

Examples:

This: (3 × 4) × 5  =  12 × 5  =  60
Has the same answer as this: 3 × (4 × 5)  =  3 × 20  =  60

 

 

Associative, Commutative and Distributive Properties

 

Pearson Math and Science

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