Interpret a multiplication equation as a comparison, e.g., interpret 35 = 5 x 7 as a statement that 35 is 5 times as many as 7 and 7 times as many as 5. Represent verbal statements of multiplicative comparisons as multiplication equations.

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Factor Pairs, Arrays, Patterns and Fun! Building factor pairs to 50

4th Grade Math » Unit: Concepts of Multiplication
4th Grade Math » Unit: Concepts of Multiplication
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Multiplication Array: Part I Measuring It Out

Scottsdale, AZ
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Measurement is the lowest scoring concept on national and state tests - fit it in everywhere!

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4th Grade Math » Unit: Place value
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Bracelet Wrap Up

4th Grade Math » Unit: Multiplication with Whole Numbers
4th Grade Math » Unit: Multiplication with Whole Numbers
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A Quick Quiz: Writing about an Array

4th Grade Math » Unit: Concepts of Multiplication
4th Grade Math » Unit: Concepts of Multiplication
Genoa City, WI
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A Show Me What You Know Quiz: Students show what they know about arrays through writing and explanation.

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4th Grade Math » Unit: Division Unit
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Prime, Composite and Square Numbers

4th Grade Math » Unit: Concepts of Multiplication
4th Grade Math » Unit: Concepts of Multiplication
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Make Much More!

4th Grade Math » Unit: Back To Understanding the Basics!
4th Grade Math » Unit: Back To Understanding the Basics!
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How Many Times!

4th Grade Math » Unit: Back To Understanding the Basics!
4th Grade Math » Unit: Back To Understanding the Basics!
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Count The Times

4th Grade Math » Unit: Back To Understanding the Basics!
4th Grade Math » Unit: Back To Understanding the Basics!
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Do You Know The Difference?

4th Grade Math » Unit: Back To Understanding the Basics!
4th Grade Math » Unit: Back To Understanding the Basics!
Jackson, MS
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In this lesson students will examine word problems to determine the difference between additive and multiplicative reasoning.

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4th Grade Math » Unit: Division Unit
4th Grade Math » Unit: Division Unit
Genoa City, WI
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Students complete differentiated worksheets that help them prepare for the upcoming division test.

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4th Grade Math » Unit: Division Unit
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Testing Multiplication Concepts

4th Grade Math » Unit: Concepts of Multiplication
4th Grade Math » Unit: Concepts of Multiplication
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Multiplication: x0, x1, x2

4th Grade Math » Unit: Multiplication Kick Off
4th Grade Math » Unit: Multiplication Kick Off
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Common Core Math