Multiply x3 and x9 - Section 3: Mini-Lesson: Multiplying by 3 and 9 (Day 2)

 
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Patterns In Multiplication (Days 1 - 5)

Unit 6: Multiplication 2
Lesson 13 of 13

Objective: SWBAT analyze patterns in multiplication products to explain patterns in multiplication.

Big Idea: As students develop fluency finding and explaining patterns with products helps them make sense of multiplication.

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Math, commutative property of multiplication, multiplication, multiplication rules, pattern, word problems, multiplication models, area model
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