## Multiplication 3 by 3 Digit (In Grid)

#### Aligned To Common Core Standard:

**Grade 4 Numbers** - 4.NBT.B.5

How to Multiple 3 by 3 Digit Numbers? There are four basic arithmetic operations including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Out of these four, almost every kid has problem in grasping the concept of multiplication and division. When its about multiplying singe digital numbers, a very few kids find it tough. However, when its about multiplying two- and three-digit numbers, things get pretty challenging. These worksheets and lessons will help students learn how to multiply two values that are composed of three digits each with the backdrop of a grid.

### Printable Worksheets And Lessons

- Place Setting Step-by-Step Lesson- I work you through each number, just remember the place value of the bottom numbers.
- Guided Lesson - I put the zero in the second problem on purpose, it helps beginners.
- Guided Lesson Explanation - Three problems, three pages of answers.
- Matching Sheet - I left the commas out to make it slightly more difficult.
- Practice Worksheet - I didn't give space above the numbers, sorry I couldn't fit it.
- Triple Times Triple Digit Multiplication 5 Pack - Work you right through this pack to mastery of the skill.

#### Homework Sheets

There are a great number of steps for these problems. Take it slow and stick with it.

- Homework 1 - First we multiply 9 by 896 . Then we multiply 6 by 896. Then we multiply 2 by 896.
- Homework 2 - You can use place value holder when ever you need it.
- Homework 3 - The tens place value is a single variable and the hundreds is a double variable.

#### Practice Worksheets

The grid really makes aligning the numbers a cinch.

- Practice 1 - You can use the double variable xx to represent a 00 holding the hundreds place.
- Practice 2 - You will need to extend a column over or even more.
- Practice 3 - Space your work out here.

#### Math Skill Quizzes

This is definitely a section that gets a lot of people fired up! Some people love the grid and others think that it makes kids lazy.