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In my class, learners will be introduced to multiplication (1 digit times 1 digit) and how to multiply using arrays. Learners will make their own arrays using M&Ms or any other same sized objects you have around your house (cereal, macaroni noodles, beans, skittles...) I do not have activities specific to M&Ms. We will talk about what multiplication is and I will teach how to set up and use an array with my own M&Ms and slides to solve a multiplication problem. Students will then work...
Students will learn how to set up and use an array to solve 1 digit x 1 digit multiplication problems. (3x4=)
Teach someone in your family how to solve a multiplication problem using an array.
1 file available upon enrollmentM&Ms or any other easily item that can be moved that you have around your house. Cereal, beans, macaroni noodles, skittles or something similar in size. You will need 24 M&Ms, more if you decide to eat some. A tray, bowl or a bag to help keep your pieces from rolling away from you. White board and marker OR paper and marker(marker is easier to see on camera than a pencil). Print the grid I attached (to help keep your pieces in straight lines).
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Learners are assessed through informal assessment and observation by the teacher in class. Students will use an array to solve multiplication problems by themselves.
45 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Math is FUN!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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Hello! My name is Natalie! I am a former Special Education Resource Teacher of 4 years. I have taught grades K-6 reading, writing and math small groups. I taught students with learning disabilities for 30 to 45 minutes a day, then they would go...