Tag Archives: Learning to Multiply

Learning Division Facts: Numbers that are Products of Two 1-digit Numbers

In this video, 7-year old Autumn and I show an activity that helps students learn the division facts if they already know the multiplication facts. Continue reading

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But Honey, You do know the Multiplication Table!

In this video, 7-year-old Autumn proves to herself that she knows the entire multiplication table. Along the way, she summarizes lots of great strategies for learning the facts. Continue reading

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Fraction Multiplication via Skip Counting!

In this video, 7-year-old Autumn shows how to use skip counting to do fraction multiplication and division. Watch as she calculates 7 x 2/3 as well as 4 4/5 ÷ 2/5 in her head! Continue reading

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Growing up with Eureka Live: Mathematical reasons for introducing a different solution method

In this video, 7 year old Autumn answers math questions in front of a live audience! Watch her win everyone’s heart. Continue reading

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Holiday Math Special: In the 12 Days of Christmas song, which of the presents do you get the most?

In this holiday math special video, Autumn asks the question, “In the 12 days of Christmas, which of the presents do you get the most?” Enjoy the singing! Continue reading

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Multiplying by 25

In this video, 7-year-old(!) Autumn shows how easy it is to multiply a number by 25. The accompanying article explains why teaching this method is important for preparing children for Algebra. Continue reading

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Variables made easy

In this video, 6-year-old Autumn explains that a variable in an expression can be thought of as a “slot” that a number can be inserted into. Watch her do arithmetic with “slots” (i.e., variables)! Continue reading

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Powers of 2

In this video, 6-year-old Autumn explains the meaning of “2 to the power of 4.” Continue reading

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What is the sum 1+2+3+4+…+24+25?

In this video, 6-year-old Autumn shows how she found the sum 1+2+3+4+….+24+25. Continue reading

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A Quick Comparison of a State Assessment and Eureka Math

We compare types of problems expected on new state assessments with examples from the Eureka Math curriculum. Continue reading

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Fluency without Equivocation

What is the difference between fluency and blind memorization, and how does the EngageNY math curriculum achieve automaticity? Read on to find out! Continue reading

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Multiplying by 9

In this video, 6-year-old Autumn shows how easy it is to multiply by 9. Watch her multiply 18×9 in her head and explain how she did it! Continue reading

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Learning to Multiply, Part III

In the grand finale and Part III of a three part series, we put the two skills learned in Part I and Part II together to show an easy way to start to learn the basics of multiplying. Continue reading

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Learning to Multiply, Part II

In this video on learning to multiply, Autumn shows how skip count by 10s, 3s, 5s, and 4s. In the grand finale, Part III, we put the skills learned from Part I and Part II together! Continue reading

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Learning to Multiply, Part I

Intended Audience: Teachers and parents of K-5 students This Growing Up With Eureka video is Part I of a three part series on how to start the process of learning to multiply with your child/students. By “start the process” I mean we … Continue reading

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