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- VideoFoundations of Multiplication and Division Mini-AssessmentStudents complete an assessment task using a level 3 multiplication and division strategy to solve and explain their answers.
- VideoGrade 3, Module 1, Lesson 3: Problem SetThe student completes this task using a level 2 multiplication or division strategy known as a count by, or skip counting to solve, and explains her answer.
- VideoGrade 3, Module 1, Lesson 4: Application ProblemThe students solve the Array- Unknown Product problem using a level 1 count all, and level 2 count by multiplication and division strategy.
- VideoGifts From Grandma, Variation 1The student solves the Equal Groups- Group Size Unknown problem with a level 3 multiplication and division strategy to make an easier problem.
- UnitMath / G3 / M3 / topic CMultiplication And Division Using Units Up To 8Order for operations; Using the associative and distributive properties as strategies to multiply using units up to 8.
- UnitMath / G3 / M1 / topic FDistributive Property And Problem Solving: Units Of 2–5 And 10Introduce factors of 5 and 10.
- UnitMath / G3 / M3 / topic EAnalysis Of Patterns And Problem Solving: Units Of 0, 1Study the results of multiplying and dividing using units of 0 and 1.
- ModuleMath / G3 / module 3Multiplication And Division: Units Of 0–9, Multiples Of 10The study of factors extends from 2-5, and 10 to all units from 0 to 10, as well as multiples of 10 within 100.
- UnitMath / G3 / M3 / topic BMultiplication And Division Using Units Of 6 And 7Multiply and divide units of 6 and 7 using number bonds. Use distributive property as a strategy.
- UnitMath / G3 / M3 / topic DMultiplication And Division Using Units Of 9Explore arithmetic patterns in multiplication and division using units of 9.
- ModuleMath / G3 / module 1The Meaning Of Multiplication And Division; Begin Developing FluencyProperties of multiplication and division; solving problems with units of 2–5 and 10.