I can understand multiplication as repeated addition.
I can read and write multiplication sentences.
I can multiply by 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10.
I can multiply a 1-digit number by 6, 7, 8, or 9.
I can complete multiplication tables.
I can solve problems involving multiplication
I can multiply by 0 and 1.
I can solve problems involving multiplication.
I can understand interesting multiplication.
I can understand division as equal sharing.
I can divide a set of objects into equal groups.
I can divide a set of objects into equal shares.
I can understand the relationship between multiplication and division.
WAYS TO SUPPORT AT HOME:
Help your child understand that multiplication means repeating the same group over and over.
Use Legos or buttons or other objects at home to create different groups and practice counting them by skip counting with the amount in each group.
Help your child understand that division means equal sharing or equal groups.
Use Legos or buttons or other objects at home and share them among a number of groups and turn this into a division and multiplication sentence.
Use real life scenarios to describe division in a relevant way.
Practice using the multiplication chart to find answers to multiplication and division questions.
Notice patterns in the multiplication chart and help your child try to memorize some of the times tables.
Download:Animated Multiplication Table 1. Save the file somewhere you'll be able to find it again. 2. To use you must first clear the chart by clicking on the "x" in the top left corner. 3. Select the two numbers being multiplied and the product (answer) will be highlighted.