Reflection: Rigor The Product Game - Section 3: Student Practice


When planning this lesson, I wondered if 50 minutes would be too long for student to play this game. Now that I've taught the lesson, I am really grateful that I gave students plenty of time to think deeply about the game. It was wonderful to watch students start out Randomly Placing Chips.MOV and, by the end of this block of time, they were Strategically Thinking.MOV about the placement of both their chips and the paperclips. 

  Rigor: Reflection
Loading resource...

The Product Game

Unit 6: Factors & Multiples
Lesson 9 of 11

Objective: SWBAT determine if a number is a multiple of a given number.

Big Idea: Students will practice identifying the multiples of single digit numbers by playing the Product Game.

  Print Lesson
2 teachers like this lesson
Math, Number Sense and Operations, Factoring (Number Sense), multiples, factors, game, products
  110 minutes
the product game
Similar Lessons
Factors & Multiples
6th Grade Math » Number Sense
Big Idea: Students explore a factory of factors and multiples to build number sense and conceptual understanding.
Jonesboro, GA
Environment: Urban
Michelle Braggs
Farmer John and Farmer Fred Day 2 of 2
7th Grade Math » Equivalent Expressions
Big Idea: Students will use factoring to discover possible dimensions for a given rectangular area and also become familiar with the area model to use in distributive property.
Dixon, CA
Environment: Suburban
Erica Burnison
Subtracting Large Numbers within a Context
4th Grade Math » Place Value
Big Idea: Students will solve subtraction problems within a context using a tape diagram.
Helena, MT
Environment: Suburban
Melissa Romano
Something went wrong. See details for more info
Nothing to upload