Reflection: Joy Practicing Multiplication with Hot Dots - Section 4: Closure


From the reading the students paragraph, I feel that they have mastered multiplication and its meaning.  Some responses that I received in the paragraphs are:  multiplication is repeated addition, you can draw an array to show the multiplication problem, you can count the x's in an array to get the answer to the multiplication problem.  

From their responses, the students really enjoyed doing centers for this lesson.  The got a chance to go to the computers.  Students love being on computers.  They did not have to work from a math book.  They were very happy.

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Practicing Multiplication with Hot Dots

Unit 9: Multiplication and Division Meanings
Lesson 9 of 15

Objective: SWBAT practice their multiplication skills using Hot Dots

Big Idea: Tools such as Hot Dots can help students practice their multiplication skills.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, multiplication, Hot Dots, Operations
  60 minutes
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