Multiplication {Digital Resource}
Multiplication {Digital Resource}
Multiplication {Digital Resource}
Multiplication {Digital Resource}
Multiplication {Digital Resource}
Multiplication {Digital Resource}
Multiplication {Digital Resource}
Multiplication {Digital Resource}
Multiplication {Digital Resource}
Multiplication {Digital Resource}
Multiplication {Digital Resource}

Multiplication {Digital Resource}

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This resource includes everything you need to teach multi-digit multiplication *digitally* using the standard algorithm, area models, and partial products.

Perfect for face to face or virtual learning.

Intended Grade Level: 5th Grade
(can be used for 4th grade enrichment or 6th grade intervention)
Standards included: 5.NBT.5

Included: 3 mini-lessons for teaching multiplication.

Each mini-lesson introduces students to a different multiplication strategy:
  • standard algorithm
  • area model
  • partial products

What You Get

Each of the 3 mini-lessons include the following:
  • detailed notes (Google Slides)
  • the notes have several versions, introducing additional digits each time (slowly introduce each one, or pick and choose which notes to use with your class)
  • whole group practice questions (Google Slides) to go with the notes (perfect for whole group instruction or guided practice)
  • 4 pages for independent practice (Google Slides)
  • 1 page of independent practice with word problems (Google Slides)
  • *the homework pages from my printable version of this resource are added into the practice activities as additional problems (10 problems instead of 6)
  • 4 exit tickets (Google Forms)
  • Task Cards™️ (Google Slides) for a review of all strategies
  • A quiz (Google Slides) to assess mastery.
  • *The quiz does not have instructions to use a specific strategy. This allows students to use the strategy they feel most comfortable with. You can give them specific directions to use a particular strategy if you would like to assess each strategy.*