About Building Multiplicative Strategies (Complete):
Learn about the whole Building Multiplicative Strategies package
Multiplicative thinking has many facets which include strategies, representations and contexts. This package covers this topic comprehensively, even though many of the components can be used separately when the teacher sees a need for a particular aspect that needs attention. The package consists of the following modules:
- Strategy lessons – covering: Flexible Thinking, Double, Number Splitting, Using 10s Facts, Landmark Numbers, Factors
- Mental routines
- Problematized situations
- Word problems
- Number talk
- Calculator challenges
The material is also set within the context of an inquiry that will enable the teacher to show where the students started from and where they have reached in their exploration of multiplicative thinking.
The download for this product is a .zip compressed folder that contains 6 sub-folders, one for each of the above modules. Within a module you will find lesson plans and support materials.
Each Lesson Plan file is accompanied by Teacher Slides for use during the lesson. There are also Student files that give the problem statements for easy display to students.
The modules can also be purchased separately.
This download is intended for personal use and should not be shared with other teachers.
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Price: Individual price - $55.00 each
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