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Multiplying by 5 and 10!. By: Katy Richwalski (06/01). Audience. 3 rd -4 th Graders Any Socioeconomic Level Any Type Of Learner (Visual, Auditory, or Kinesthetic) Students who have existing knowledge of adding numbers by grouping and counting by fives and tens. Objectives.

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Multiplying by 5 and 10

Multiplying by 5 and 10!

By: Katy Richwalski (06/01)


Audience
Audience

  • 3rd-4th Graders

  • Any Socioeconomic Level

  • Any Type Of Learner (Visual, Auditory, or Kinesthetic)

  • Students who have existing knowledge of adding numbers by grouping and counting by fives and tens


Objectives
Objectives

Indiana State Standards

  • 3.2.2

  • 3.2.4

  • 3.2.5

  • 3.3.5


Objectives1
Objectives

  • Given the provided information in the presentation, students will answer all of the questions correctly

  • They will extend number patterns using multiplication

  • They will learn the inverse relationship between multiplication facts

  • After viewing the videos they will see the concept of multiplication as repeated addition

  • They will then show mastery of multiplication facts for 5 and 10.


Objectives2
Objectives

  • Students will be able to compute ten multiplication problems using the numbers five and ten

  • Given these problems in a PowerPoint presentation, they will get 100% correct using the information and tips that will be presented to them throughout the lesson


Learning environment
Learning Environment

  • At a computer

  • Individually

  • With headphones

  • Students will use mouse to answer questions

  • Encourages students to practice aloud and with hands, so students should feel comfortable speaking and stretching at their computer station


Motivation
Motivation

  • Through the use of bright colors, eye-catching graphics, and fun videos, this presentation will motivate students to learn multiplication

  • There are easy instructions along with simple multiplication problems

  • The quiz is also very encouraging and not difficult for students to follow



Hello, today we are going to learn how to multiply using the numbers 5 and 10! Try really hard to pay attention because there will be a quiz at the end!


What to do
What to do… numbers 5 and 10! Try really hard to pay attention because there will be a quiz at the end!

If this is your first visit, click here to learn what all of the buttons mean

If you have visited before and you remember what the buttons mean, click here to continue


Buttons buttons buttons
Buttons, Buttons, Buttons! numbers 5 and 10! Try really hard to pay attention because there will be a quiz at the end!

Click to go to the menu

Click to go to the next slide

Click to go back one slide

Click to go back to the beginning

Click to exit

Click to go to the quiz

Click to see “Ready or Not, Here I Come!”

Click to see “My Hero, Zero”


Where would you like to start
Where would you like to start? numbers 5 and 10! Try really hard to pay attention because there will be a quiz at the end!

Multiply By

5

Multiply By

10

QUIZ ME!


There are many tricks and tips to use when multiplying by the numbers 5 and 10. Let’s learn how easy it is to use them! Remember, there will be a quiz!

Hint: If you know how to count up by fives and tens, you’ll do just fine!


Directions
Directions the numbers 5 and 10. Let’s learn how easy it is to use them! Remember, there will be a quiz!

  • Read through the tips on every slide

  • Click to see an example of a problem on the next slide

  • Review slides as many times as you would like

  • Click to go to the quiz

  • Have fun!!!


Multiplying by the numbers 5 and 10. Let’s learn how easy it is to use them! Remember, there will be a quiz!

5!


Let s count
Let’s Count! the numbers 5 and 10. Let’s learn how easy it is to use them! Remember, there will be a quiz!

  • Multiplying by the number 5 is just as easy as counting! If you can count up by fives, you should have no problem multiplying!

  • Using your fingers, count up to 100 by fives

  • Now say the numbers out loud as you count

    5101520253035404550

    556065707580859095 100


Great Job! the numbers 5 and 10. Let’s learn how easy it is to use them! Remember, there will be a quiz!

  • If you want to multiply 5 by 7, you can count up by fives seven times and you get 35

  • Here is how it is done:


Watch this School House Rock video “Ready or Not, Here I Come!” to help you understand how counting up by fives is really the same thing as multiplying by the number five!

CLICK HERE


Here are some more examples
Here Are Some More Examples! Come!” to help you understand how counting up by fives is really the same thing as multiplying by the number five!

5x9=45

5x3=15

Isn’t it Easy?

*(Count up by fives, three times)


Multiplying by Come!” to help you understand how counting up by fives is really the same thing as multiplying by the number five!

10!


Let s count1
Let’s Count Come!” to help you understand how counting up by fives is really the same thing as multiplying by the number five!

  • If you want to multiply a number by 10, just take the number you are using and add a zero!

  • You can also count up by tens, like you already did with the number 5.

  • Let’s count up to 100 out loud by tens!

    10203040506070

    8090100


Great Job! Come!” to help you understand how counting up by fives is really the same thing as multiplying by the number five!

  • If you want to multiply 4 by 10, you can count up by tens, four times…or you could just add a zero to 4, and you get 40

  • Here is an example:

    10x8=80


Watch this School House Rock video “My Hero, Zero” to help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

CLICK HERE


Here are some more examples1
Here Are Some More Examples! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

10x3=30

10x10=100

Isn’t

This

Easy?


Times tables
Times Tables! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

  • You can also multiply easily by using multiplication charts!

  • Just line up the two numbers you want to multiply together and you’ll get your answer!


Let s try it
Let’s Try It! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

5

5x10= ?

  • Put one finger on the number 5 on the left side. Using your other hand, put one finger on the number 10 on the top of the graph.

  • Slide both fingers together until they meet.

  • Click the correct number at the top!

15

50


Oops! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

Remember to line up your fingers!


50! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

Great Job!

This is so much

FUN!


Let s try another one
Let’s Try Another One! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

5x3= ?

20

15

53


Oops! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

Remember to line up your fingers!


15! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

Great Job!

How Easy!


Here s another one
Here’s Another One! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

10x8= ?

800

18

80


Oops! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

Remember to line up your fingers!


80! help you understand how adding a zero to a number is really multiplying it by 10!

Great Job!

You’re Doing

So Good!


Now it’s time to quiz what you know! Good luck and have fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!


Quiz directions
Quiz Directions fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

  • Read each problem carefully

  • Choose the correct answer to the problem by clicking the number in the blue square

  • If you get one wrong, it’s okay, just try it again

  • Some problems will have a times table you can use!

    *Remember, practice makes perfect!


5x2=___ fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5

10

15


Oops! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5x2=10

Remember:

Let’s Try

It Again!


Very Good! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5x2 does equal 10!


10x6=___ fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

20

70

60


Oops! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

10x6=60

Remember:

You can add a

to 6!

Let’s Try

It Again!


Very Good! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

10x6 does equal 60!


5x8=___ fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

40

35

15


Oops! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5x8=40

Remember:

Line up your fingers

on 5 and 8

Let’s Try

It Again!


Very Good! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5x8 does equal 40!


10x9=___ fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

35

29

90


Oops! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

10x9=90

Remember:

You can add a

to 9!

Let’s Try

It Again!


Very Good! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

10x9 does equal 90!


5x5=___ fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

25

27

100


Oops! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5x5=25

Remember:

Let’s Try

It Again!


Very Good! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5x5 does equal 25!


10x3=___ fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

40

30

32


Oops! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

10x3=30

Remember:

Line up your fingers

on 10 and 3

Let’s Try

It Again!


Very Good! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

10x3 does equal 30!


5x4=___ fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

40

20

55


Oops! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5x4=20

Remember:

Let’s Try

It Again!


Very Good! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5x4 does equal 20!


10x1=___ fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

1

100

10


Oops! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

10x1=10

Remember:

You can add a

to 1!

Let’s Try

It Again!


Very Good! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

10x1 does equal 10!


5x0=___ fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5

0

50


Oops! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5x0=0

Remember:

Line up your fingers

on 5 and 0

Let’s Try

It Again!


Very Good! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

5x0 does equal 0!


10x10=___ fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

100

10

1100


Oops! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

10x10=100

Remember:

You can add a

to 10!

Let’s Try

It Again!


Very Good! fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

10x10 does equal 100!


You’re done! Great Job Learning How To Multiply By fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!5 And 10!


References
References fun! If you need to review, you can always go back!

  • Graphics from:

  • Clip Art

  • http://code.arc.cmu.edu/home-2020/upload/zero.0.jpg

  • http://www.mathteacherstore.com/middle/midlpost/5-8/140118.jpg

  • http://www.schoolspecialtypublishing.com/assets/items/0768214904.jpg

  • http://edweb.sdsu.edu/courses/edtec670/cardboard/Board/G/GeoMultiplex5.gif

  • http://imagecache2.allposters.com/images/pic/BLQ/MM830~Schoolhouse-Rock-Posters.jpg

  • http://www.mrsvandyke.com/pics/girl5-stick-figure.jpg

  • http://blogs.zdnet.com/open-source/images/discovery-dot-com-stick-figure-schoolchild.gif

  • http://www.gardenofpraise.com/images/m2hand10.jpg

  • http://gardenofpraise.com/mulhan8.htm

  • School House Rock (1973) Retrieved February 22, 2008, from:

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8_csLwnc20

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s8E4Iw8nEGc


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