Reflection: Checks for Understanding Multiplication War (Day 2) - Section 2: Guided Practice


Using white boards, or a piece of paper if you don’t have white boards, is a great way to check for students understanding. Students who still need additional support in solving multiplication problems will be grouped together by me so that we can talk about the strategies they are choosing. Students are free to use whichever tools work best for them, but I don’t want to pair a student who has their facts memorized with a student who still needs to draw out their groups to find the product.

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Multiplication War (Day 2)

Unit 16: Fun with Multiplying and Dividing
Lesson 4 of 8

Objective: SWBAT solve multiplication problems with fluency and accuracy.

Big Idea: A competition can make multiplication facts exciting for young learners.

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Math, multiplication, Fluency (Math), division
  55 minutes
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