Multiplication Linky Party

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  1. ooh – I'm totally going to do a post – I have a great idea to share – well, I HAD 2, then teacher's chatterbox stole one of them! lol
    The Teachers’ Cauldron

  2. Amber Polk says:

    I loved using the Equal Shares unit in Investigations to teach multiplication. The kids really got the concept down. After I taught the unit, we started drilling facts! Good luck!

    Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher

  3. Emily Brown says:

    I'm linking up with a big ole' post on which I ranted a lot. Yikes. Not sure how much it will help, but I really do love the book I mention – so I hope you at least find something useful about my post!! Math is definitely my favorite subject and I love it especially when I see those little faces light up when they GET IT. Let us know how it goes in your classroom!!
    Emily
    http://circusoflearning.blogspot.com/

  4. 4321teach says:

    I just posted about multiplication this week. It is that time of year I guess! I use Investigations too. I teach skip counting for the 2,5,10s. Then things like repeat addition. I use the array cards last. I LOVE School House Rock, so watch them all. At the beginning of next week I will be posting again about multiplication, feel free to check it out.

    EmilyK

    http://4321teach.blogspot.com/2012/01/multiplication-aint-no-repeated.html

  5. Stacey says:

    Joined you linky party. 🙂 I look forward to seeing some other ideas too. I am also a new follower!

    3rdgradetimesinct.blogspot.com

  6. Kelli Beason says:

    We begin by learning strategies for multiplication. We learn about an array, repeated addition, number lines, double, and lattice multiplication. After we learn our facts 0-5 taught in one chapter in our book we begin daily speed tests 0-5. They have to complete them in 5 minutes. Then we move on to learning about 6-10 and begin time tests on these facts later. Review with flashcards daily, play around the world. Unfortuanetly our book does not teach 11 and 12 but I do teach it to my students. There are a ton of jingles, videos out there to teach tricks for learning the facts. I also do a multiplication banana split party and they earn an item for each part of their banana split. Hope this helps.

  7. meghan says:

    I use Investigations as well, but I really don't like it. I'm all about using games and activities, but I'm not into how they teach things. I'll link up ASAP with some things I've used!

    Meg
    Third Grade in the First State

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