## Reflection: Checks for Understanding Making Conjectures about the Multiples of 0-4 - Section 3: Student Practice

During this lesson, I learned so much about the way my students think about numbers! It was great to be able to provide on the spot questioning and guidance! Here are two examples of student conjectures that are almost correct! Again, in order to encourage precision, I would ask students probing questions to help them improve upon their conjectures!

Conjecture 1.png: This student provided beautiful evidence to support her conjecture. At the same time, she incorrectly identified all even numbers are multiples of 4. It should read, "All multiples of 4 are even."

Conjecture 2.png: This student wrote that all multiples of 4 are multiples of 8. He is almost there! He just needs to switch his words around: All multiples of 8 are multiples of 4.

Checks for Understanding: Reflection

# Making Conjectures about the Multiples of 0-4

Unit 6: Factors & Multiples
Lesson 7 of 11

## Big Idea: Students will use a Powerpoint Presentation to identify the multiples of single digit numbers.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Factoring (Number Sense), multiples, factors, technology, conjecture, hundreds chart
110 minutes

### Kara Nelson

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