Everyday Math Grade 4 - Lesson 1.2

Everyday Math Grade 4 - Lesson 1.2

Grade 4 Multiplication Facts Resources: http://www.multiplication.com/quickquizzes.htm http://www.multiplication.com/interactive_games.htm Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Lesson Components:

PowerPoint x1, x11, x 0 PowerPoint x 2 PowerPoint x 5 PowerPoint x 10 PowerPoint x 9 PowerPoint x 3 PowerPoint x 4 PowerPoint x 6

PowerPoint x 7 PowerPoint x 8 PowerPoint x 12 Mixed Practice Copyright 2011 Kelly Mott Part 1: Multiplying by 1,

11, and Zero Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiplying by Zero Zero Property of Multiplication- any number times zero equals ________________. 5x0=

7x0= 8x0= 22 x 0 = 17 x 0 =

10 x 0 = 3x0= 100 x 0 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiplying by One Property of One for Multiplication- any number times one equals _______________. 3 x 1= 3 5 x1= 5

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiplying by One Complete the Problems Below: 5x1= 8x1= 7x1=

22 x 1 = 17 x 1 = 10 x 1 = 3x1=

100 x 1 = 70 x 1 = 9x1= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiplying by Eleven Any number times 11 is times one doubled. 5 x 11 = 7 x 11 = 2 x 11 =

9 x 11 = 8 x 11 = 4 x 11 = 3 x 11 =

6 x 11 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Part 2: Multiplying by 2

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiplication Vocabulary 2 x 3 = 6 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Two Multiplication is repeated ________________. 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = ____ We have ____ groups of ____. 4 x 2 = ____ # of groups

# in each group Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two How many hearts?

2 + 2 + 2 = ____ We have ____ groups of ____. ____ x ____ = ____ # of groups # in each group

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two How many sunflowers? 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = ____ We have ____ groups of ____. ____ x ____ = ____

# of groups # in each group Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two - Skip Counting

You can also think of multiplication as _________________ counting. Use the number line to show the multiplication facts for 2. Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two - Skip Counting

Use the number line to solve: 2 x 1 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 2 x 2= ___ Use the number line to solve: 2 x 2= ___

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two - Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 2 x 3 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 2 x 4= ___

Use the number line to solve: 2 x 2= ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two - Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 2 x 5 = ___

Use the number line to solve: 2 x 6= ___ Use the number line to solve: 2 x 2= ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Two - Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 2 x 7 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 2 x 8= ___ Use the number line to solve: 2 x 2= ___

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two - Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 2 x 9 = ___ Use the number line to solve:

2 x 10= ___ Use the number line to solve: 2 x 2= ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two - Skip Counting Use the number line to solve:

2 x 11 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 2 x 12= ___ Use the number line to solve: 2 x 2= ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Touch Points Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two Touch Points 2

x 1 2 x 2 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two Touch Points

2 x 3 2 x 4 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two Touch Points

2 x 5 2 x 6 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Two Touch Points 2 x 7 2 x 8 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Two Touch Points 2 x 9 2 x 10

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Your Turn - Touch Points Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two Touch Points

2 x 7 2 x 4 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two Touch Points

2 x 3 2 x 8 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Two Touch Points 2 x 5 2 x 2 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Two Touch Points 2 x 10 2 x 6

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Two Touch Points 2 x 9 2

x 1 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Part 3: Multiplying by 5 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiplication Vocabulary 5 x 3 = 15 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five

Multiplication is repeated ________________. 5 + 5 + 5 = ____ We have ____ groups of ____. 3 x 5 = ____ # of groups

# in each group Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five - Skip Counting You can also think of multiplication as _________________ counting. Use the number line to show the

multiplication facts for 5. Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five - Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 5 x 1 = ___

Use the number line to solve: 5 x 2 = ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five - Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 5 x 3 = ___

Use the number line to solve: 5 x 4 = ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five - Skip Counting Use the number line to solve:

5 x 5 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 5 x 6 = ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five - Skip Counting

Use the number line to solve: 5 x 7 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 5 x 8 = ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Five - Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 5 x 9 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 5 x 10 = ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Five - Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 5 x 11 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 5 x 12= ___

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Touch Points Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five Touch Points

5 x 1 5 x 2 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five Touch Points

5 x 3 5 x 4 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Five Touch Points 5 x 5 5 x 6 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Five Touch Points 5 x 7 5 x 8

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five Touch Points 5 x 9 5

x 10 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Your Turn - Touch Points Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five Touch Points

5 x 7 5 x 4 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Five Touch Points 5 x 3 5 x 8 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Five Touch Points 5 x 5 5 x 2

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five Touch Points 5 x 10 5

x 6 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five Touch Points 5 x 9

5 x 1 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Five - PAM Problems Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

1. Ruby has 5 piles of pennies. Each pile has 7 pennies. How many pennies does Ruby have? How do you know? Question: Steps: Solve:

Answer in Words: Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott 2. Jay and 4 friends share some baseball cards equally. Each one got 9 cards. How many cards were there in all? Question:

Steps: Solve: Answer in Words: Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

3. A number sentence has a product of 25 and a factor of 5. What is the missing number ? Question: Steps: Solve:

Answer in Words: Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott 4. A box contains 6 rows. In each row there are 5 cans. How many cans are in all? Question:

Steps: Solve: Answer in Words: Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

5. Lucia wants to buy a notebook that costs $5.85 and a ruler that costs $1.19. How much will Lucia spend? Question: Steps: Solve:

Answer in Words: Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott 6. The workers washed 471 windows on Monday and 364 windows on Tuesday. How many more windows did they wash on Monday? Question:

Steps: Solve: Answer in Words: Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Part 4: Multiplying by 10 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiplication Vocabulary

10 x 3 = 30 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Skip Counting Multiplication is repeated addition. You can also think of multiplication as skip counting. Use the number line to show the

multiplication facts for 10. Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 10 x 1 = ___

Use the number line to solve: 10 x 2 = ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 10 x 3 = ___

Use the number line to solve: 10 x 4= ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Skip Counting Use the number line to solve:

10 x 5 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 10 x 6 = ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Skip Counting

Use the number line to solve: 10 x 7 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 10 x 8 = ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Ten Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 10 x 9 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 10 x 10 = ___ Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Ten Skip Counting Use the number line to solve: 10 x 11 = ___ Use the number line to solve: 10 x 12 = ___

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Touch Points Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Touch Points

10 x 1 10 x 2 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Touch Points

10 x 3 10 x 4 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Ten Touch Points 10 x 5 10 x 6 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Ten Touch Points 10 x 7 10 x 8

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Touch Points 10 x 9 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Ten Touch Points Your Turn Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Touch Points 10

x 1 10 x 8 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Touch Points

10 x 7 10 x 4 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten Touch Points

10 x 2 10 x 6 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Ten Touch Points 10 x 5 10 x 3 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Ten Touch Points 10 x 9 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Ten

PAM Problems Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott 1. Travis has 5 dimes. Mina has 2 quarters. How much money do each have? Do they each have the same amount of money? Question:

Steps: Solve: Answer in Words: Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

2. Juan places 3 groups of 10 counters on his desk. How many counters does Juan have? Question: Steps: Solve:

Answer in Words: Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Part 5: Multiplying by 9 http://www.multiplication.com/lesson

10_nines_fingers.htm Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiplication Vocabulary 9 x 3 = 27

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine The Finger Trick Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine The Finger Trick

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine The Finger Trick Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine The Finger Trick

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine The Finger Trick Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine The Finger Trick

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine The Finger Trick Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine The Finger Trick

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine The Finger Trick Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Your Turn Multiply by Nine

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine 9 x 1

9 x 2 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine 9 x 3

9 x 4 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine 9

x 5 9 x 6 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine

9 x 7 9 x 8 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Nine

9 x 9 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Part 6: Multiplying by 3

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiplication Vocabulary 2 x 3 = 6 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Three 3x1= 3x2= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Three 3x3= 3x4= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Three

3x5= 3x6= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Three

3x7= 3x8= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Three 3x9=

3 x 10 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Three 3 x 11 =

3 x 12 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Part 7: Multiplying by 4 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiplication Vocabulary 4 x 3 = 12 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Four

4x1= 4x2= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Four

4x3= 4x4= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Four 4x5=

4x6= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Four 4x7=

4x8= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Four 4x9= 4 x 10 =

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Four 4 x 11 = 4 x 12 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Part 8: Multiplying by 6 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiplication Vocabulary

6 x 2 = 12 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Six 6x1=

6x2= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Six 6x3=

6x4= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Six 6x5= 6x6=

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Six 6x7= 6x8= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Six 6x9= 6 x 10 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Six 6 x 11 = 6 x 12 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Part 9: Multiplying by 7 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiplication Vocabulary 7 x 2 = 14

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Seven 7x1= 7x2=

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Seven 7x3= 7x4= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Seven 7x5= 7x6= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Seven 7x7= 7x8= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Seven

7x9= 7 x 10 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Seven

7 x 11 = 7 x 12 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Part 10: Multiplying by 8

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiplication Vocabulary 8 x 3 = 24 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Eight 8x1= 8x2= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Eight 8x3= 8x4= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Eight

8x5= 8x6= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Eight

8x7= 8x8= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Eight 8x9=

8 x 10 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Eight 8 x 11 =

8 x 12 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Part 11: Multiplying by 12 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Multiplication Vocabulary 12 x 1 = 12 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Twelve

12 x 1 = 12 x 2 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Twelve

12 x 3 = 12 x 4 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Twelve 12 x 5 =

12 x 6 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Twelve 12 x 7 =

12 x 8 = Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Twelve 12 x 9 = 12 x 10=

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Multiply by Twelve 12 x 11= 12 x 12= Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Part 12: Mixed Practice Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott Mixed

1 with a 10 Unit 4 Lesson 9 : Practice Multiplying SOLVE: X 3

SOLVE: X 4 1

7 5 0 9

3 6 4 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

Mixed 2 with a 10 Unit 4 Lesson 9 : Practice Multiplying SOLVE: SOLVE:

8 6 7 x10

x5 4 3 3 5

9 Copyright 2010 Kelly Mott

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