Third grade is such a critical year for developing the concepts of multiplication and division. It’s important that students get lots of concrete experience making equal groups and representing them with multiplication number sentences.
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This little freebie using dominoes combines a pictorial representation with fact families to provide students with meaningful practice. It’s a great follow-up activity for students who have been working with concrete objects to create equal groups and arrays. Grab yours here.
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