Apiliasi Koroi

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Rounding Numbers | Google Classroom Ideas | Google Classroom for Elementary | Rounding for 4th grade | Rounding Interactive practice for Google Classroom is engaging for all students.

Rounding Numbers | Google Classroom Ideas | Google Classroom for Elementary | Rounding for 4th grade | Rounding Interactive practice for Google Classroom is engaging for all students.

Arrays 2nd grade and 3rd grade ideas your students will love! This blog post has SO many great ideas for teaching arrays and repeated addition.  This is a great visual skill for teaching students with special learning needs.  Read more at:  http://missgiraffesclass.blogspot.com/2015/07/how-to-teach-arrays.html

I love learning about arrays because they are so visual which allows for a lot of really fun rectangular arrays activities and practice!

Math Coachs Corner: Demystifying the Distributive Property. Okay, raise your hand if you're an elementary teacher and just the mention of the distributive property makes you break out in a cold sweat.  Go ahead...no one can see you. As with any other math concept, it's important to take this skill through the concrete (manipulatives) and representational (drawing) stages before the abstract (purely symbolic) stage.

Great visual for decomposing Classroom Freebies: Hands-On Distributive Property. The distributive property won't seem so mysterious with this easy hands-on activity and game.

More Time 2 Teach: Distributive Property of Multiplication

For many years I dreaded having to teach my graders the Distributive Property of Multiplication . They just always seemed to struggle!

Distributive Property!

Distributive Property!

Talking about the distributive property. Used arrays to show how the numbers break apart.

Talking about the distributive property. Used arrays to show how the numbers break apart.

How To Break Down the Distributive Property of Multiplication so that even third graders can understand it!  I use a 2 day lesson to break down the distributive property of multiplication.  I use manipulatives, guided inquiry and direct instruction.  It's important to slow down, break it down so that the concept of breaking apart and adding it back makes sense.  Check out my blog post!

Teaching the distributive property of multiplication should be done over several days and the process broken down into steps. Also, using manipulatives helps students understand why we break apart, then add.

Teaching Multiplication With the Distributive Property | Scholastic

The distributive property is logical, empowering, and perfect for making sure that kids actually understand multiplication!

Distributive Property Anchor Chart

Distributive Property Anchor Chart