Multiples and Multiplication 3

Angela Kanerva
Pinckney Comm Schools, MI

(50 point max.)

Multiplying with Three Factors     10 points Purple Book 79

Multiplying 2 digit x 1 digit      10 points

Multiplying 3 digit x 1 digit      10 points

Write your own multiplication riddles    10 points

(10 multiplication story problems 2 digit x 1 digit; you must include the story problem with question, a number sentence and answer)

Practice Multiplication Flashcards each day!

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

Monday ____________________________    10 points

Tuesday ____________________________

Wednesday __________________________

Thursday ___________________________

Place Value Practice Sheet       5 points

Subtraction Practice Sheet       5 points

Multiplication Practice Sheet       5 points

(pick at least 2)

Home measuring:  Measure 10 of the following items in inches.  Calculate how long triple the length is of each item.  (a fork, spoon and knife, a cup, a toothbrush, a broom, a lightbulb, a noodle, a DVD case, a phone, a picture, a game, a spice, a pillow, a shoe, a cabinet door or a candle).                  15 points

Born in the wrong decade?                   15 points Using the year that 10 famous or not-so-famous people were born, compute

the year they would have been born if they were born 3 decades earlier.

Computer Lab Craze:  Complete the computer lab activities on multiplication. Record your scores for each computer activity on the sheet provided.      15 points

Pick a recipe!  Choose 3 recipe cards from the recipe box in class.

Write the recipe for making a double batch.  (You can make it if you wish) 15 pts.

Rocks Rock!  Weigh 10 of the rocks at the measuring station.           15 points

Calculate how heavy it would be if it were 4 times that weight.

Should all minerals have the same pricetag? We’ll talk about the           cost of different minerals and where they get their value.

Should a diamond be worth the same as an emerald?   20 points

TOTAL Points          /100

= = required assignment