Multiples and Multiplication 1

Angela Kanerva
Pinckney Comm Schools, MI

Things that come in Groups      10 points

Student Sheet 1

Pictures of Things that some in Groups:

Draw 10 pictures! Student Sheet 2    10 points

Riddle with Riddles!  Write Riddles

for your 10 pictures!  Student Sheet 3    10 points

Purple Book Page 59       10 points

Practice Multiplication Flashcards each day!

Study Buddy Sign each day.   Show your flashcards to the teacher.

Monday ____________________________    10 points

Tuesday ____________________________

Wednesday __________________________

Thursday ___________________________

Subtraction Practice Sheet        5 points

Home Scavenger Hunt:  Find as many arrays in your home continuing from the list we started in class Student Sheets 1-3.  Sketch them on paper then write the dimensions beside them.        15 points

Grocery Store Goldmine:  Visit a grocery store with a pad of paper.   15 points

How are groceries arranged in arrays?  For instance milk is

lined up in the case maybe 4 shelves high and 3 jugs across.

You can also check the yogurts, the butter, the bread and more!

TOYS & Wheelies!  Bring in sets of toys like vehicles (cars, trucks, airplanes, tricycles, bicycles, etc.)  Figure out how many wheels each set has total. Show and Tell your findings. For instance:  3 cars with 4 wheels each have a total of 12 wheels or 6 Funkeys each have 2 arms for a total of 12 Funkey arms!  (5 sets)

3 x 4 = 12    15 points

Yum! Yum!  Glue pieces of food in arrays.  You can in up

and give their total.  (10 different food arrays)      15 points

Is it better to line objects up in rows to count them or put them in a jar?

Write three reasons why putting objects in rows is good.

Write three reasons why putting objects in a jar is good (think contests at the fair)

Write your opinion on which is better?      20 points

TOTAL Points          /100