Lesson Plan - Math (multiplication and division)

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Lesson Plan - Math (multiplication and division)

  1. 1. Multiplication and Division Quiz<br />Ms. Cabrera<br />
  2. 2. Instructions <br />Read the questions carefully. <br />Choose the answer that best fits the corresponding question. <br />If you pick the wrong answer, you will click ‘Try Again’ and re-read the question.<br />If you pick the correct answer, you will move on to the next question. <br />Good luck! <br />
  3. 3. Question #1<br />The Cookie Monster has four jars of cookies with eight cookies in each jar. How many cookies does the Cookie Monster have in total? <br />12 cookies<br />4 cookies <br />32 cookies <br />2 cookies <br />Next Question<br />
  4. 4. Question #2<br />Kevin has seven baseball cards. Tatyana has seven times as many. How many baseball cards does Tatyana have? <br />0 baseball cards<br />49 baseball cards<br />14 baseball cards <br />7 baseball cards <br />Next Question<br />
  5. 5. Question #3 <br />A classroom has four rows of desks with seven students in each row. How many students are in the classroom? <br />28 students <br />11 students<br />3 students <br />24 students <br />Next Question<br />
  6. 6. Question #4<br />Austin is getting dressed for school. He has blue, red, yellow, and green shirts. He has blue, tan, and black shorts. How many combinations of a shirt and a pair of shorts can he make?<br />12 combinations <br />8 combinations <br />9 combinations <br />7 combinations <br />Next Question <br />
  7. 7. Question #5<br />There are 35 lightning bugs. You will put five in each jar. How many jars will you need for the lightning bugs? <br />30 jars<br />7 jars<br />40 jars <br />6 jars <br />Next Question <br />
  8. 8. Question #6<br />You have 72 gumballs and 9 party bags for your guests. If you want to place an equal number of gumballs in each party bag, how many gumballs will you put in each bag?<br />9 gumballs<br />81 gumballs<br />8 gumballs <br />63 gumballs <br />Next Question <br />
  9. 9. Good Job!<br />Continue <br />
  10. 10. Incorrect<br />Try Again!<br />
  11. 11. You’re finished!<br />

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