Mastering Math: M&M Introduction to Multiplication
In this introduction to multiplication, students are taught the concept of multiplication using candy as a manipulative. This will be followed by looking a patterns found in facts.
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Learners will be introduced to the concept of multiplication using a hands on method. Learners will use arrangements of candy rows to see the connection between repeated addition and multiplication. This hands on approach helps to solidify the understanding of multiplication as facts are memorized. We will begin with multiplying by zero and one before using a multiplication chart to find simple patterns for the easiest facts. The families of twos, fives, and tens will be introduced following...
About 50 pieces of small candy such as M&Ms or Skittles, paper and pencil or a white board and marker.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Cindy CameonLower Elementary School Teacher
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Hi! I am a teacher with 27 years of experience in lower elementary grades, private tutoring and early childhood education. I believe children can achieve much more if we make learning fun and have high expectations. Classroom games are great...