 ### Multiplication Lesson Plans

• Around the World with Multiplication- This is a fun and exciting game that reviews the multiplication facts.
• At War With Multiplication- Many children may have played War with cards before, but this lesson adds a little twist. The children will be practicing their recall of the multiplication facts while playing cards!
• Beat the Wheel- This lesson provides an opportunity for students to practice multiplication facts in a large group setting.
• Don't Eat the Crayons: Real-Life Multiplication- Students use items which come in sets to look for real-life multiples and write multiplication problems.
• Dragon Math- This activity allows students to master multiplication facts in a fun and competitive manner.
• Face the Facts to Remember- Students use manipulatives, drawings, and story problems to learn the two's multiplication tables. After learning how to find answers, they participate in a memory game to match facts and answers.
1. 2x1 digit multiplication -
2. Introduction-Multiplying Fractions - The learner will solve real world (word) problems by using multiplication of fractions.
3. Making Multiplication Tables - Construct a multiplication grid on cardboard paper to use a reference while learning the multiplication table.
4. Math Match Up!- Students solve problems using multiplication and repeated addition.
5. Matrix Multiplication - Identify matrix dimensions and determine whether the product is defined and if so, what the matrix product dimensions will be.
6. Multiplication and Division - Students will be able to multiply and divide facts through 10 using a variety of strategies learned.
7. Multiplication & Division Word Problems Made Easy- This lesson helps students determine when to multiply or divide when solving real-world problems. The student will explore why they multiply or divide.
8. Multiplication Discovery - Students will discover multiplication facts using manipulatives and drawing models.
9. Multiplication Grouping - The goal for this lesson is for students to understand how addition and multiplication go hand and hand.
10. Multiplication Illustration- Engage students using literature and art to apply the principals of multiplication with three or more factors.
11. Multiplication in the Classroom - Children will be able to relate skip counting to multiply.
12. Multiplication: It's in the Cards- By playing card games and using the The Product Game applet, students practice the multiplication facts. As students continue to master their facts, the teacher closely monitors their progress.
13. Multiplication Mania- The student will learn to multiply by one-digit whole numbers.
14. Multiplication Facts in 7 Days - Students will be able to complete a 5 minute timed test over basic multiplication facts at the end of the seven days with an 80% or higher.
15. Multiplication Through Practice - Explain that we will be working on multiplication and that multiplication is really just repeated addition.
16. Multiplication with 2s and 3s - Students will be able to identify situations in which multiplication can be used to join sets.
17. Multiplicity - Mastery skills thinking structure Rationale: best structure to aide in learning math facts and the class is used to this kind of learning structure.
18. Multiplying 2-Digit Numbers - Each fact must be broken apart into simpler/friendlier numbers and facts.
19. Multiplying and Dividing Radicals - To teach students how to multiply and divide radical expressions.
20. Multiplying Integers between 0 and 6- se their knowledge about multiplication to give examples of when multiplication is more practical than addition.
21. Multiplying Variables with Exponents - Students will learn that when variables are the same and being multiplied, the exponents should be added.
22. Multiplying With Style - This lesson is intended for students who already understand the concept of multiplication and how it relates to addition
23. Multiplying by 3- The students practice the multiples of three as an introduction to multiplying by three.
24. Munchy Multiplication- Students will learn the concept of multiplication by putting goldfish crackers into groups, adding them up, and writing multiplication sentences to show what they have done.
25. Prime Real Estate- This is a hands-on procedure that utilizes the Sieve of Eratosthenes to identify prime numbers from 1-100. Eliminating all the multiples of the first four prime numbers identifies primes. The 25 numbers that remain are all primes!
26. Roll a Fact- Students will write multiplication and division fact families for two given numbers.
27. Six and Seven as Factors- Students create multiplication stories where one factor is 6 or 7, and play a multiplication game to help them master their multiplication facts.
28. Ten Pins- Students use computer-based and hands-on activities to discover and explore patterns of multiplication using multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000.
29. Which Way Am I Walking?- Students learn the concept of inverses through a real-world example, then relate it specifically to multiplication and division.