Presentation on theme: "Warm Up 1.____ groups of 8 make 72 2.____ x 8 = 72 Draw array: 3.____ groups of 8 make 24 4.____ x 8 = 24 Draw array: 567 746 - 79+ 365 Complete fact family:"— Presentation transcript:
Warm Up 1.____ groups of 8 make 72 2.____ x 8 = 72 Draw array: 3.____ groups of 8 make 24 4.____ x 8 = 24 Draw array: Complete fact family: 4 x 5 = 20
Target the Question Derek collects baseball cards. He has 728 cards of rookies. For players past their rookie year, he has 386 cards of catchers, 870 cards of pitchers, 907 cards of outfielders, and 100 cards of infielders. He paid between $3 and $5 for each card. Derek stores his cards in boxes that hold 1,000 cards each. Exactly how many baseball cards does Derek have that are NOT rookie cards?
Ten Minute Math Quick Images Show image for 3 seconds Write several different equations to find the total number of dots Try to look for groups of patterns in the image First View…
Ten Minute Math Quick Images Take a couple of minutes to write down equations. You may find it helpful to draw the image, jot down information about what you saw or write equations. Second view…
Ten Minute Math Quick Images You may want to revise your drawings, notes, or equations on the basis of the second viewing. After a few minutes, show the image again for the third time, but leave the image displayed. Would anyone like to explain how they saw the image (including any revisions they made)? How were you able to remember this image after seeing it briefly? What did you notice in the image that helped you?
Combinations We are Still Working On Work with your group to create a list of five multiplication combinations that you all do not know and that you think will be the most difficult to learn. Continue to work together to use multiplication combinations you know to help you learn the combinations you do not know.
Discussion What multiplication combinations did your groups find the most difficult to learn? Let’s choose one multiplication combination and discuss strategies to learn the combination. How could we START the combination? What would the next step be?
T-Chart Multiple each number by 9 Or Skip count by 9s List numbers 0 to X 9
Independent Practice EnVision p (13-35 odd) Begin Cutting out Multiplication Cards