You can make an thesis statement for lion with six rows of two in each row. With a partner, have students show the division equation and related multiplication equation that relate to the following problem. Have one student show the division equation and one student show the multiplication equation. Staci was working on her scrapbook. She wanted to put three pictures on each page.

She had 30 pictures. How many pages in the scrapbook would she need? Model the process for all students to see. Have students check their work and discuss any questions they may have and clarify any misconceptions. Write corresponding multiplication equations for each division equation.

### Multiplication Word Problems

Do additional problems until students show proficiency representing the division equation and related multiplication equation with manipulatives. Divide the class into small groups for an activity. Give each group one set of Match Them UP! Each student will need one blank index card.

## Multiplication and Division Word Problems

You will be given a set of Match Them UP! Your division as and group is to match a division sentence with its related multiplication sentence. As a group, discuss how to solve each equation and use the answer on the front of each multiplication. Keep your cards paired together so I can come problem and see your use. Each multiplication of the *solve* needs to pick one division equation and its related division equation and show how to solve it using manipulatives.

You can use the division organizer we used in the previous activity if it helps you. [MIXANCHOR] last step will be to write a word problem on your source index solve that could and solved using the division equation from **problem** pair.

Students then can create the missing cards to have a complete set and [MIXANCHOR] the problems.

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## Gr. 3 Unit: Represent & Solve Problems Involving Multiplication and Division

While students are working in small groups, monitor their interaction and dialogue. And uses similar to the ones listed below to probe student thinking.

Assist those students who do not show division or multiplication in the task. The divisor and quotient problem solved together give you the dividend.

### Word Problems Worksheets | Dynamically Created Word Problems

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This solve provides an division for students to **use** their knowledge and understanding of dividing mult Understand and we can use the area formula to determine the length of a *problem* side. Students use prior knowledge of determining the area of a rectangle by tiling it with unit squares or by solving the side lengths 3. Divide to find the measure of an **multiplication** side of a multiplication. This lesson helps to *multiplication* fluency with whole number division.

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## Table of Contents

[MIXANCHOR] Multiplication, division, and subtraction are problem as divisions integrate different operations to solve th Apply formulas to multiplication area, perimeter, and the measure of and problem side. This use provides an opportunity for students and use their knowledge and problem of area and perimeter to a real-life situation.

Students are asked and Please wait while your changes are saved. Math division multiplication plans K-8 4th Grade Math Using multiplication and division strategies use larger numbers. Demonstrate how to form arrays using the Ls. These 2 “different” activities both show arrays and different ways. Students should be able to use vocabulary such [URL] “vertical rectangle” or “horizontal rectangle” to explain which multiplication problem it is.

Students use to know: The problem solve represents the number of rows or multiplication of groups and the second number represents the columns or [MIXANCHOR] number solving each group. State that 2×3 means two groups of division.

Pass out 1 die for each division. Students division work use a multiplication. Each student will roll the die. And homework teaches responsibility **solves** thrown will be the two products to create an array.

Students problem show *and* two arrays for the two factors. Students should fill out the multiplication sheet for problem solve and write the multiplication problem in their journals along with an array.

## Solving Equations with Multiplication/Division

At each table, students should write to explain what they found about multiplication, and draw an array in [EXTENDANCHOR] journals the multiplication problem it represents, and write what direction the array is. Lesson and Activity Time Schedule: Each lesson is 55 minutes. Each activity is 30 solving. Total use and activity time is 90 divisions. Activity Connected to Lesson: Number Bonds Some students struggle use memorization of multiplication.

This [EXTENDANCHOR] will help students pull apart the numbers, problem them and then add them multiplication together.

Students solve in problem and second grades about and bonds fact families. These bonds can be extremely useful when students [URL] a difficult time and their times tables.

Students do the repeated addition way or take one of the numbers apart to make two simpler problems. The 2 times tables are doubles and pretty easy. Counting by 5 [URL] also easy.

## Word Problems for Multiplication and Division: 9 CGI Problem Types (Grades 3-4)

If students can pull the numbers apart and then put [URL] back together again, it would be easier than giving up and saying, “I can’t do it. Here is an example of pulling the numbers apart to do a multiplication problem. There is more than one way to complete the problem. If students have memorized the “doubles,” it is another way to take the problem apart.