January- February Numeracy

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January- February Numeracy

  1. 1. January - February: Numeracy
  2. 2. Learners will focus on using knowledge in multiplication and division facts to multiply 2 digitnumbers. To increase confidence and success in this area students should know theirmultiplication and division facts securely. Continued practice is recommended.Learners will multiply multi-digit numbers by 2 or more numbers using a variety of methodswhich are variations of the traditional multiplication method most adults learned as children.Partial-Products Learners will use knowledge of multiplication and division to solve word problems.
  3. 3. Numeracy January-February 2011Topic Learning Goals1. Multiplication/Division 1. Multiply multidigit numbers by at least 2-digit numbers 2. Find factors of a number 3. Solve extended multiplication facts to hundreds times hundreds 4. Solve equal grouping and equal sharing number stories 5. Interpret remainders in division problems
  4. 4. Do Anytime ActivitiesTo work with your child on the concepts taught in thisunit and in previous units, trythese activities:1. As the class proceeds through the unit, give your child multiplication problems related to the lessons covered, such as 9 23, 3 345, 20 65, and 43 56.2. Continue to work on multiplication and division facts by using Fact Triangles and fact families, or by playing games.3. Practice extended multiplication and division facts such as 3 X 7 = ____, 3 X 70 = __, 3X 700 = __; 18 / 6 = __, 180 /6 = __, and 1,800 / 6 = __.
  5. 5. Links to web based activitiesOnline Multiplication Testing – Remember to scroll down to see options of tests.Multiplication MethodsFactor ActivityDivision PracticeSharing Problems

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