Learning to Multiply, Part II

Intended Audience: Teachers and parents of K-5 students

This video is Part II of a three part series on how to start the process of learning to multiply with your child/students.  See Part I here.

The three videos only show the major “lampposts” along the way towards learning to multiply with these methods. To reach each lamppost takes lots of joyful counting and visual activities that we embedded into the Eureka Math/EngageNY Curriculum in grades K-2.

The major lamppost we see in this video is skip counting. Again, the Eureka Math curriculum has many activities designed to help your child (or students) learn how to skip count easily in fun ways.

Since this video only shows what it looks like when your students/child has reached the lamppost, I also encourage viewers to make and reply to comments about their experiences in the comment section below.

CHANNEL: Growing Up With Eureka
© 2015 Autumn Baldridge and Scott Baldridge
Supported by NSF CAREER grant DMS-0748636

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About Scott Baldridge

Distinguished Professor of Mathematics, LSU. Geometric topologist: gauge theory, exotic 4-manifolds, knot theory. Author: Elementary Mathematics for Teachers.
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3 Responses to Learning to Multiply, Part II

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