## Reflection: Patterns for Facts - Section 3: Group Activity

Using a hundreds chart to help find multiples of a number was very helpful to the students.  They could skip count to find their numbers.  Once they listed their numbers, they studied the numbers to find the pattern.

This lesson provided students the opportunity to visually see the concept.  They were able to work with a partner which provided them the chance to hear the thoughts of others.

As I monitored and questioned the students, this gave me a clear view of the students that I would pull into groups for further instruction.

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# Patterns for Facts

Unit 9: Multiplication and Division Meanings
Lesson 2 of 15

## Objective: SWBAT use patterns to find products.

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