Multiplication of Whole Numbers
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 3 Operations - 3.OA.1
Tips for Multiplication of Whole Numbers- Multiplication is probably the only operation in mathematics that has a twin. If that fascinates you to explore more, let's learn a few tips to learn how to multiply whole numbers. First of all, whole numbers are integers. They are numbers without a fraction. Therefore, it is competitively easy to multiply whole numbers. In multiplication, there is a multiplicand and a multiplier. For example, 13 x 26, the number 13 here is the multiplicand, and the number 26 is the multiplier. In learning the tricks, keep in mind that every person thinks differently, so if a trick doesn't work for you, leave that trick. - The twin trick is probably the best tip. If you forget 5 x 4, you probably remember 4 x 5 - Double the number. For example, 2 x 6, add 6 twice like 6 + 6 = 12. The same is the answer for 2 x 6. The double trick is only for two times of any number. - For multiplication of more than one digit, try doing it once from right to left and then left to right. Find out which one you find easy and then follow that trick. Multiply each digit with the other one by one. Other than these, the best tip is to learn the tables. These multiplication worksheets focus on the use of whole numbers. Great to introduce the concept.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Multiplying With
Cars Step-by-step Lesson- Turn a series of rows and columns
of car images into a multiplication sentence.
- Guided Lesson
- We use visuals again and also most to comparing products to repeated
- Guided Lesson Explanation
- We move to word explanation of these guys. The visuals follow
- Practice Worksheet
- Consists of 2 pages. The first page is all visuals and the second
is repeated addition compared to products.
Tables 5-Pack - Complete all the times tables for a great workout.
Associative, and Distributive Properties 5-Pack - Label what's
going on here.
- Matching Worksheet - Match the picture or repeated addition sentences to the products that they represent.
Display the columns and rows of images as both addition and multiplication sentences.
- Homework 1- Write the following as a multiplication sentences.
- Homework 2- You are playing checkers and your side of the board is full. You have 4 rows of 5 checkers each. How many checkers are on your side of the board?
- Homework 3- Think these through.
We now start to advance over to using numbers from previously using images.