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Multiplication and Partial Products**

Multi-Digit Multiplication and Partial Products 1

Exercise

Multi-Digit Multiplication and Partial Products 1

Break down multi-digit multiplication with these exercises that lead students step-by-step through the partial product method.

5th grade

Math

Exercise

Multiplication and Division

Guided Lesson

Multiplication and Division

There are many strategies that can be employed to multiply and divide larger numbers. Students will deepen their conceptual knowledge of multiplication and division, starting with visual models like arrays and diagrams.Then students will then move to more abstract calculation methods like partial products, the distributive property and standard algorithms.

4th grade

Math

Guided Lesson

Area Model Multiplication

Worksheet

Area Model Multiplication

The area model visual allows children to see the layers of computation within a multi-digit multiplication problem.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Word Problem Assessment: Flying Through Fourth Grade

Worksheet

Word Problem Assessment: Flying Through Fourth Grade

In this assessment, your students will flex their math muscles as they use all four operations to solve a series of word problems.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Multiplication 3

Guided Lesson

Multiplication 3

Multiplication is essentially repeated addition, or growing numbers by doubling, tripling, quadrupling, and so on. This unit presents mental models and strategies that help students learn and review the concept of multiplication. Students explore multiplication using arrays, partial products, doubling methods and the standard algorithm to solve numerical and word problems. Students will multiply whole numbers and simple decimals by base ten exponents (i.e. .3 x 103).

5th grade

Math

Guided Lesson

Ninja Multiplication

Workbook

Ninja Multiplication

Take a crack at multiplication from a different angle! This book supplies a series of sheets looking at multiplying numbers with flashcards, lattice grids and times tables.

4th grade

Math

Workbook

Winter Multiplication Strategies

Workbook

Winter Multiplication Strategies

Mastering the multiplication tables is a big step for kids! Help your student nail down his times tables with this round-up of helpful strategies, cool shortcuts and practice pages.

3rd grade

Math

Workbook

Three Ways to Multiply

Worksheet

Three Ways to Multiply

Use this exercise to teach your students concrete strategies to multiply two-digit factors: base ten arrays, area models, and partial products.

5th grade

Math

Worksheet

Math Review Part 1: Let's Soar in Grade 4

Worksheet

Math Review Part 1: Let's Soar in Grade 4

In this review assessment, students will demonstrate their grasp on math facts, multi-digit multiplication, and division.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Eye See... Multiplicity

Lesson Plan

Eye See... Multiplicity

This comprehensive multiplication lesson gives your students an overview of three different methods for finding products. It features a colorful slideshow and is sure to keep young learners engaged.

5th grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Lattice Multiplication

Worksheet

Lattice Multiplication

Lattice multiplication worksheets are great for visual learners working on two-digit multiplication. Try this lattice multiplication worksheet with your child.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Multi-Digit Multiplication and Partial Products 2

Exercise

Multi-Digit Multiplication and Partial Products 2

For students just learning how to deal with partial products, this exercise will make the job less complicated.

5th grade

Math

Exercise

Multiplication with Partial Products

Lesson Plan

Multiplication with Partial Products

Teach your students to use partial products as a strategy to multiply multi-digit numbers.

5th grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Math Review Part 2: Fun with Multiplication and Division

Worksheet

Math Review Part 2: Fun with Multiplication and Division

Check students’ understanding of various multiplication and division strategies taught in fourth grade.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Multiplication: Musical Chairs

Lesson Plan

Multiplication: Musical Chairs

In this fun, fast-paced multiplication review lesson, students will play a musical game as they practice their facts while applying different techniques to their problem-solving skills.

4th grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Partial Products Method Part 1

Worksheet

Partial Products Method Part 1

Are your students ready to multiply larger numbers? The partial product method is a foundational part of math instruction in the upper grades.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

The Lattice Method for Multiplication

Lesson Plan

The Lattice Method for Multiplication

Enhance your students' multiplication toolbox by teaching them the lattice strategy for multiplication. Use this lesson as a standalone or as a prelesson to Multiplication Bingo: Two-Digit Numbers.

4th grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Partial Products & Area Models

Worksheet

Partial Products & Area Models

Students are able to see the computations involved in multi-digit multiplication through these visuals models.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Describe the Partial Products Method

Lesson Plan

Describe the Partial Products Method

Have students describe the process for solving multiplication problems and ask clarifying questions while in partnerships. Use this lesson as a standalone lesson or as support to the lesson Eye See... Multiplicity.

5th grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Partial Quotients Method

Lesson Plan

Partial Quotients Method

Refresh students on the relationship between division, multiplication, and place value! They'll use the partial quotients method to solve division problems and discuss the process.

5th grade

Math

Lesson Plan

More Area Model Multiplication

Worksheet

More Area Model Multiplication

Let's get multiplying! Area model visuals allows children to see the layers of computation within a multi-digit multiplication problem.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

The Partial Products Strategy for Multiplication

Lesson Plan

The Partial Products Strategy for Multiplication

The partial products strategy is essential for students to build a foundational understanding of place value as it relates to multiplication. This lesson may be taught on its own or used as a pre-lesson to Multiplying Multiples.

4th grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Partial Products Method Part 2

Worksheet

Partial Products Method Part 2

Are your students ready to multiply larger numbers? The partial product method is a foundational part of math instruction in the upper grades.

4th grade

Math

Worksheet

Partial Quotients with Two-Digit Divisors

Worksheet

Partial Quotients with Two-Digit Divisors

Have students use the partial quotients method to solve long division problems.

5th grade

Math

Worksheet

Multi-Digit Multiplication Strategies

Lesson Plan

Multi-Digit Multiplication Strategies

Facilitate an exploration and comparison of multiplication strategies for your students to see the variety of ways to solve the same problem. Use this lesson on its own or teach it prior to the lesson Multiplication: Musical Chairs.

4th grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Learning how to multiply using partial products? The method is a mouthful, but we can make it a little bit easier. Our array of resources for multiplication help tackles multiplication from many approaches. Lattice, tables, or just some fun characters...chances are, we have a way to learn multiplication that works for you and your student.

Once your student is comfortable with the concept of single digit multiplication, they can move on to multi-digit multiplication. While Common Core has introduced new methods of performing these problems, the classic standard multiplication and partial product algorithms are still valid methods.

The partial product algorithm is by far the simpler method, allowing students to break the larger, multi-digit multiplication problems into multiple single digit multiplication facts with an a addition problem at the end. There are two basic steps to using the partial product algorithm:

First, multiply each digit in the multiplier by each digit in the multiplicand, writing each product in a new row beneath the original problem:

63

__× 9__

27

63

__× 9__

27

540

Then, add the products from the previous two steps to get the final product:

63

__× 9__

27

__+ 540__

567

Depending on the number of digits in the factors involved, the number of steps will increase as well as the corresponding products that will be added in the final step.

When dealing with a multi-digit multiplier, it may be easier for younger students to use the lattice method of the partial product algorithm. This method involves drawing a grid with diagonal lines that bisect each row of cells in the grid, then writing the factors above and to the right side of the grid, each digit corresponding with a row or column of cells. The products of the digits are written in the cells, then added along the diagonals to get the final product.

The partial product algorithm is by far the simpler method, allowing students to break the larger, multi-digit multiplication problems into multiple single digit multiplication facts with an a addition problem at the end. There are two basic steps to using the partial product algorithm:

First, multiply each digit in the multiplier by each digit in the multiplicand, writing each product in a new row beneath the original problem:

27

27

540

Then, add the products from the previous two steps to get the final product:

27

567

Depending on the number of digits in the factors involved, the number of steps will increase as well as the corresponding products that will be added in the final step.

When dealing with a multi-digit multiplier, it may be easier for younger students to use the lattice method of the partial product algorithm. This method involves drawing a grid with diagonal lines that bisect each row of cells in the grid, then writing the factors above and to the right side of the grid, each digit corresponding with a row or column of cells. The products of the digits are written in the cells, then added along the diagonals to get the final product.