## Reflection: Finding Patterns using a Multiplication Chart - Section 3: Group or Partner Activity

I really enjoyed this lesson myself because the students were engaged in the lesson.  I have found that when the students can interact with each other, they enjoy doing math more.  I feel that this lesson gave the students the chance to use a tool to further their understanding.  Using the multiplication chart to find patterns, I feel, was a little more challenging for the students than using the hundreds chart especially when comparing the patterns of more than one number.

Using a Multiplication Chart to Find Patterns
Using a Multiplication Chart to Find Patterns

# Finding Patterns using a Multiplication Chart

Unit 9: Multiplication and Division Meanings
Lesson 7 of 15

## Objective: SWBAT identify patterns using a multiplication chart.

### Rose Monroe

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, multiplication, pattern, multiplication chart, Operations
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