# Multiplication Resource Pack - Digital

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Teach your students how to multiply whole numbers up to 3 digits by 2 digits using this comprehensive digital resource pack.  It has everything you need to teach this standard, including notes, practice, exit tickets, digital task cards, and a quiz.

There are 3 separate mini-lessons to teach each of the following strategies for multiplication:

• standard algorithm
• area models
• partial products

This resource is complete, concise, and straightforward with a clear format.  It is low-prep and easy to assign to a sub, and contains engaging activities using Google Slides and Google Forms.  Tutorial videos are also embedded within the slides for students to refer back to.  If your students are struggling with multiplication using whole numbers, especially with double and triple digit factors, this resource is for you!

Standard: 5.NBT.5

This resource is also part of my 5th Grade Math Year-Long Curriculum Bundle.

How Can You Use This?

Introduce each skill with the detailed set of notes and sample problems in Google Slides.  I suggest doing this in a whole group setting and pulling the slides up on a Smartboard if you’re in person or share the screen online if you’re teaching virtually.

Gradually release students to practice independently using the practice slides.  Check for understanding and mastery after teaching each skill using the exit tickets.

When all skills have been taught, provide a final review using the digital task cards, then assess with the final quiz when you feel students are ready.

## What You Get

The Mini-Lessons Included:

• Multiply Whole Numbers Using the Standard Algorithm
• Multiply Whole Numbers Using Area Models
• Multiply Whole Numbers Using the Partial Products

What You’ll Get in EACH Mini-lesson:

• 5 Practice Pages (1 with word problems) -  (Google Slides)
• 4 Exit Tickets (Google Forms)

*the homework pages from my printable version of this resource are  added into the practice activities as additional problems (10 problems instead of 6)

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