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Multiplication 4 Digit (In Grid)

5.NBT.B.5
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Aligned To Common Core Standard:

Grade 5 Numbers - 5.NBT.B.5

What Are Commas Used For In Numbers? There are many rules that are applied in the English Language, the most important being punctuation. We place full stops at the end of a sentence. We use quotation marks when we are using quoted text; question marks when there is a question being asked, exclamation for excitement, surprise, and commas when there are things more than one in a sentence. Just like commas align words in sentences, they are used in mathematics to align numbers. We often see in large numbers; there are often commas placed after a few values. For example: 2,254,807 Here, the commas are placed to make the big number easier to understand and read. For every number that is bigger than the 999 value, commas are placed after 3 decimal values in each number. These worksheets will help students learn how to multiply two values that are in the thousands place.

Printable Worksheets And Lessons




Homework Sheets

If students can simply follow the example, they are off to a good start.

  • Homework 1 - You can present this in an expanded form to really make a bold statement at first.
  • Homework 2 - This is a neat method for moving through these quickly.
  • Homework 3 - I like to multiply piece by piece, but that is up to you.



Practice Worksheets

All the problems are set up in horizontal format to see if rewriting helps the skill sink in a bit more.

  • Practice 1 - We encourage students to use placeholders as much as possible.
  • Practice 2 - Having enough space for a single problem is difficult enough.
  • Practice 3 - Which value is important for you?



Math Skill Quizzes

A solid no-nonsense approach is followed with this quiz format.

  • Quiz 1 - I like to proceed from the right to the left.
  • Quiz 2 - Which is your preferred method for completing these problems?
  • Quiz 3 - Let's see how well you grasp this topic with these problems.