## Reflection: Intervention and Extension What's The Multiple - Section 3: Multiples Everywhere!

When students were discussing multiples of numbers, some students did not list the number itself. Some students emphasize that the smallest multiple is the number itself, or determined that no other factors existed.

I gave students an additional 10 minutes to discuss factor pairs and how they found them. Students soon discovered that other factors existed.

What I Noticed!
Intervention and Extension: What I Noticed!

# What's The Multiple

Unit 1: Back To Understanding the Basics!
Lesson 12 of 16

## Big Idea: Students will learn that multiples are only a matter of skip counting and be able to use factors to help find muliples with ease.

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Math, multiplication, exploring, multiple
50 minutes

### Carol Redfield

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