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Tubing Tens - Cool Off with an Imaginary River Adventure

Unit 3: Multiplication
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Objective: Students will write skip counting patterns and a simple story multiplication problems in which 10 is a factor. Lesson updated 7/24/15.

Big Idea: If you know how to count by tens, you can solve multiplication problems in which ten is a factor.

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