4 edition of **Constructing ideas about multiplication and division (Constructing ideas series)** found in the catalog.

Constructing ideas about multiplication and division (Constructing ideas series)

Julie Pier Brodie

- 67 Want to read
- 16 Currently reading

Published
**1995**
by Creative Publications
.

Written in English

- Division,
- Mathematics,
- Multiplication,
- Study and teaching (Elementary)

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Unknown Binding |

Number of Pages | 104 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL12122818M |

ISBN 10 | 1561078085 |

ISBN 10 | 9781561078080 |

•Multiplication & Use patterns and relationships to develop strategies to remember basic multiplication and division facts ( A, supporting) • Represent multiplication and division situations in picture, word, and number form. ( B, supporting) • Recall and apply multiplication facts through 12 x File Size: 1MB. Books shelved as multiplication: The Best Of Times by Greg Tang, 2 X 2 = Boo!: A Context for Division [With CD-ROM and Overview Manual] (Paperback) by. Antonia Cameron (shelved 1 time as multiplication) Constructing Multiplication and Division (Paperback) by. Catherine Twomey Fosnot.

Books on Division: Math books are great for learning new things. They tell stories that interest the kids and they often do not realize they are learning new facts. This is a great selection of division books that will help your kids grasp the concept better. Children begin to construct the key ideas at somewhat different times in the two continua because multiplication and division key ideas are more complex. With multiplication and division, the child is dealing with relationships of multiple rather than single objects. These two terms provide the organizational backbone of this book.

Multiplication and division are two of the most important elements of maths learning. As skills, they have many practical uses - from paying for shopping to telling the mastering those skills will enable your child to tackle a wide range of other maths topics, including fractions, percentages and, later on, you'll find a collection of home learning resources that will. Introduction to Multiplication and Division Multiplication and Division are two of the four basic arithmetic operations. Operations that can be applied to different math concepts like multiplying and dividing fractions, decimals, rationals, integers etc. These operations form the building blocks for the other math concepts.

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Examines several ways to engage and support children as they construct important strategies and big ideas related to multiplication ; takes a close look at the strategies and big ideas related to division ; defines modeling and provides examples of how learners construct models - with a discussion of the importance of context ; discusses what it means to calculate using number sense and whether or not Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Target Audience: "Grades " Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 28 cm.

Series Title: Constructing. The Best of Times (tier 1) by Greg Tang is a fantastic book. The fun rhymes can help with memorizing the facts, but also include helpful strategies for solving the facts from The Grapes of Math (tier 1) by Greg Tang is another classic.

This does not teach multiplication, but includes fun counting challenges. Young Mathematicians at Work: Constructing Multiplication and Division. In our efforts to reform mathematics education, we've learned a tremendous amount about young students' strategies and the ways they construct knowledge, without fully understanding how to support such development over time.

The Dutch do. A fun way to practice or review multiplication and division facts. Great for a math center. 3 board games included: Multiplication Facts - Division Facts - Mixed Multiplication and Division Facts Instruction for play and all answer key cards included. Provide students with a die and game piece.

Multiplication and Division Math Workbook for 3rd 4th 5th Grades: Everyday Practice Exercises, Basic Concept, Word Problem, Skill-Building practice Paperback – Febru /5(). A solid understanding of math facts is one of the biggest keys to success and confidence in math students.

This book provides clear strategies, teaching tips, and classroom activities to help mastery of multiplication and division facts become a reality for all of your students. Multiplication & Division Partner Word Problems Give your students a chance to practice multiplication and division word problems with a partner.

Use this worksheet with the Stepping Through Multiplication & Division Word Problems lesson. Here are 30 of our favorite fun, hands-on ways to teach multiplication to your elementary school students. Flip bottle caps. SOURCE: Croft’s Classroom. Start with bottle tops and colored dot stickers.

Write a multiplication sentence on one dot and put it on top of the bottlecap. I) Multiplication: Finding the product of segments Given line segments l and m: 1) Construct line l. 2) Construct line m using the same origin point as line l, using an arbitrary angle.

3) Draw a line equal to 1 on line m and connect the endpoint of that line to the line l, creating a triangle. In this Project Based Learning activity, students create one or more games to develop and extend their understanding of multiplication and division. The project encourages student creativity, while also providing guidelines to ensure student accountability of learning and standards.

Welcome to the Multiplication Facts Practice Workbook. It just takes five minutes a day. Your child will practice with the same sheet every day which will give them the chance to improve every day. The practice page is included 60 times in this book. You can print out this whole book or extra pages if needed from where you purchased this on our File Size: KB.

multiplication and division facts that relate in certain ways. Second, students need to understand those relationships. These lessons are designed to assist with the second phase of this process.

If you have students that are not ready, you will need to address the first phase of concept learning. This printable multiplication table is great for young mathematicians. This printable multiplication table helps your child memorize all the way through 13x Ease into division with this worksheet that shows the relationship between multiplication and division.

Double-Digit Multiplication. Double-Digit Multiplication. Teaching Multiplication and Division. Key ideas in Multiplication and Division Multiplication is a binary (two number) operation involving a copied set (multiplicand) and the number of times it is copied (multiplier).File Size: 1MB.

Grade 3 Multiplication and Division Unit of Study This is a progressive unit of instruction beginning with students exploring multiplication as a set through the literature Amanda Bean’s Amazing Dream.

Students then explore multiplication as an array which takes them to File Size: 92KB. Skill-building activities X 2. These fun, interactive multiplication and division mini-books boost both math and reading skills. Learners read the booklets, featuring word problems, equations, times tables, puzzles, and riddles, and follow the directions to solve and practice.

Some books. BUILDING MULTIPLICATION FACT FLUENCY Presented(by(Julie(Joseph Tulare(County(Office(of(Education November(7,( GOALS •Develop all students’ fluency with multiplication and division facts through well orchestrated instructional strategies.

•Learn how students develop understanding and fluency those who focus on big ideas in. Increase learners’ motivation—exponentially—with engaging multiplication and division skills sheets, practice pages, PowerPoint lessons, games, puzzles, and activities involving fact families, times tables, multi-step and multi-digit problems, properties, area, arrays, and pre-algebra.

Division, Factors and Multiples, Multiplication. Our bestselling books and resources cover everything you need to know to teach and master the multiplication facts. Books & Resources Overview. Your book worked wonderfully. Those multiplication facts are now firmly entrenched in his long term memory it really has increased his confidence.

- Sue and Josh, parents. Students begin with small landmark numbers such as five (one hand) or six (a standard die,) and build towards the all-important ten. LEGO bricks are awesome for part-part-total explorations!

As with other popular part-part-total math manipulatives such as dominoes or dice.Multiplication and Division with Rational Numbers Equal Groups Building a Wright Brothers’ Flyer Evaluating Expressions with Rational Numbers Essential Ideas • Multiplication can be thought of as repeated addition.

• Multiplication of integers can be modeled usingFile Size: 3MB. Introducing kids to multiplication and division can be difficult. All kids have known is counting and addition, so helping them make the transition from counting one by one to then adding fluently to then multiplying fluently takes time and patience and lots of practice.