## Presentation on theme: "Everyday Math Grade 4 – Lesson 3.1 Multiplication Review Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott."— Presentation transcript:

Today, we are going to review the strategies that we have learned so far for multiplication. GOALS: Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Part 1: Vocabulary

2 x 3 = 6 Multiplication Vocabulary Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Part 2: Zeros

Zero Property of Multiplication- any number times zero equals zero. Multiplying by Zero Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott 2 x 0 = 10 x 0 = 350 x 0 =

Complete the Problems Below: Multiplying by One Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott 5 x 1 = 12x 1 = 170 x 1 =

Use the number line to solve: 2 x 8 = ___ Skip Counting Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Use the number line to solve: 5 x 6= ___

Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Part 6: The Tens and the Zeros Trick

10 x 7 Multiply by Ten Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott 10 x 4

10 x 2 Multiply by Ten Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott 10 x 6

Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott Part 7: The Elevens and “Double It”

Any number times 11 is times one doubled. Multiplying by Eleven Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott 5 x 11 = 2 x 11 = 8 x 11 = 3 x 11 =

Multiply by Nine – The Finger Trick Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Nine – The Finger Trick Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Nine – The Finger Trick Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Nine – The Finger Trick Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Nine – The Finger Trick Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Nine – The Finger Trick Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Nine – The Finger Trick Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Nine – The Finger Trick Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Multiply by Nine – The Finger Trick Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott

Part 9: Use What You Already Know

6 x 6 Use What You Already Know Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott 12 x 8 I already know 6 x 5 = 30 I already know 11 x 8 = 88

4 x 6 Use What You Already Know Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott 3 x 12 I already know 4x 5 = 20 I already know 3 x 11= 33

Using a Multiplication Grid Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott 4 x 8 = 6 x 7 =

Using a Multiplication Grid Copyright © 2012 Kelly Mott 3 x 8 = 7 x 4 =