Multiplication 2

This guided lesson builds upon third graders' understanding of multiplication in order to further develop fluency with this operation. The lesson first reinforces the various strategies for doing multiplication (for example, repeated addition), then teaches kids to apply those strategies within practical exercises. Designed by our team of teachers and curriculum experts, the goal is to provide numerous ways to conceptualize multiplication problems.
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities
One Digit Multiplication with Missing Factors
If students are missing one digit in a multiplication problem, this exercise will help them walk through any challenges.
One-Digit Multiplication Word Problems
If students are new to word problems, this exercise provides great one digit multiplication introductory tasks.
Multiplication and the Distributive Property
As students grow more comfortable with the order of operations, they’ll need this exercise to introduce them to working with one digit distributive properties.
Associative Property of Multiplication
Help your third grader master multiplication and the associative property with these exercises that walk through problems step by step.
Multiplication and Two-Step Word Problems
Help your third grader apply their knowledge of math to real life situations with these exercises that include multi-step math problems.
Multiply by 3
Help students take their first steps into multiplication with this exercise on facts about multiplying 3s.
Multiply by 4
When students are ready to take on a new challenge, this exercise on facts regarding multiplying 4s will stretch their skills.
Multiply by 5
Students will love studying their times tables once they have learned these facts about multiplying 5s.
Multiply by 6
Multiplying 6s will be much easier after students have learned some basic rules through this exercise.
Multiply by 7
Luckily for your students, they have this easy to use Education.com exercise on multiplying 7s.
Multiply by 8
Multiplying 8s is no longer a mystery to students who learn the facts taught in this exercise.
Multiply by 9
You can teach your students the hand trick in conjunction with these facts about multiplying 9s.

How likely are you to recommend Education.com to your friends and colleagues?

Not at all likely
Extremely likely