Multi Digit Multiplication Resources

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Vocabulary Cards: Decimal Product Reasonableness
Vocabulary Cards: Decimal Product Reasonableness
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Vocabulary Cards: Decimal Product Reasonableness
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Decimal Product Reasonableness.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Totaling Practice
Totaling Practice
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Totaling Practice
Can your child help determine the total prices to be paid for back-to-school goods? She'll use her multiplication skills to help her out.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Factor Friend or Foe?
Vocabulary Cards: Factor Friend or Foe?
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Factor Friend or Foe?
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Factor Friend or Foe?
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
St. Patrick's Day Multiplication #5
St. Patrick's Day Multiplication #5
Worksheet
St. Patrick's Day Multiplication #5
Can your little leprechaun collect all of these lucky clovers? Give him a challenge this St. Patrick's Day, with a few multiplication problems.
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Practice Estimaplication!
Practice Estimaplication!
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Practice Estimaplication!
Estimaplication--our made-up word for estimating and multiplying--will teach your fourth grader to do determine whether an answer sounds right, or far off.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Glossary: Factor Friend or Foe?
Glossary: Factor Friend or Foe?
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Glossary: Factor Friend or Foe?
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Factor Friend or Foe?
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Multi-Digit Multiplication Strategies
Vocabulary Cards: Multi-Digit Multiplication Strategies
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Vocabulary Cards: Multi-Digit Multiplication Strategies
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Multi-Digit Multiplication Strategies.
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
New Year's Math
New Year's Math
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New Year's Math
Start the new year with this fourth grade math "Calculation Challenge!"
4th grade
Math
Activity
A Mathematical Card Trick
A Mathematical Card Trick
Activity
A Mathematical Card Trick
Teach your kid a fun mathematical magic trick! All you'll need is a deck of cards and basic addition, subtraction, and multiplication skills.
4th grade
Math
Activity
How to Paint like Georgia O'Keeffe
How to Paint like Georgia O'Keeffe
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How to Paint like Georgia O'Keeffe
Show your child how to paint in true Georgia O'Keeffe style. He'll enjoy painting art inspired by a master, and boost his math skills, too.
4th grade
Math
Activity

Multi Digit Multiplication Resources

Multi digit multiplication is made simple with Education.com’s worksheets that clearly outline the proper order of operations, while setting the practice against the backdrop of amusing anecdotes. Stories involving slices of pizza or cake go a long way with students, and you’ll find that whether they are practicing addition, subtraction, division, or multiplication skills, adding more digits won’t prove a problem as long as students are entertained.
After learning one-digit multiplication and becoming comfortable with it, your students will be able to move on to multi-digit multiplication. While this concept may be daunting to early learners, they will soon understand that each multi-digit multiplication problem can break down into a series of single digit and addition problems.
One way to solve multi-digit multiplication problems is the area model. This helps students visualize the problem they are solving by breaking up each part of the problem clearly. The area model method involves drawing a grid, with one column for each of the digits in one of the factors, and rows for each of the digits in the other. For example, if your students are solving 16 x 27, they would have a grid with 4 cells divided between two rows and two columns.
On top of each column, they would write the number represented by each digit in the factor. In our example, they would write 20 over the first column, and 7 over the second. To the left of each row they write each number in the other factor, 10 and 6 in our example. Inside of each cell, have your students write the product of the two numbers that intersect at that cell. Adding all of the resulting products together will give them the final product of the original problem.
Practicing this method using the resources provided by Education.com may help your students enhance their understanding of solving multi-digit multiplication problems using the area model.