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When we divide by 3, we can make three equal groups, or groups that each contain three. There are several strategies that we can use to divide by 3, such as using counters to make equal groups, count back on a number line, you skip-counting to count up, or use related facts and a multiplication table. We end the lesson with a multi-step word problem involving a table of information and division with subtraction.

3rd Grade Math 6.7, Relate Multiplication and Division
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Dividing by 5 means that we are making five equal groups, or that we are making groups that each contain 5. We can divide by 5 using different strategies: count up by fives, count back on a number line, use 10 facts then take half the quotient, divide by 10 then double the quotient, or use a multiplication table. We show examples and discuss each one of these different strategies. We finish by solving a multi-step word problem that involves subtraction and division.

3rd Grade Math 4.2, Multiples & Multiply by 5 and 10
https://youtu.be/0yElGa-Y6b0

3rd Grade Math 4.3, Multiply with 3 and 6, Use a Multiplication Table
https://youtu.be/en1u96WudNo

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There are many strategies that we can use to divide by 10. We can use repeated subtraction, a number line, or a multiplication table to find related facts. When we use a number line to help us divide, we make jumps that go back towards zero, to the left. Counting back on a number line is like using repeated subtraction to divide. We have examples in which we use related multiplication facts to help us find a quotient and a multiplication table to help us divide. We discuss how to find if equations are less than, greater than, or equal to each other by solving each side first, so we can compare their answers.

3rd Grade Math 6.5, Relate Subtraction & Division
https://youtu.be/qecKu7t0U9k

3rd Grade Math 6.8, Write Related Multiplication & Division Facts
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Dividing by 2 can mean that the divisor represents two equal groups, or it represents that the groups each contain two. We can divide by 2 with counters to help us find how many equal groups, or how many are in each group. We write a division equation for a picture of an array. We draw a quick picture to help us find a quotient. We use related facts to help us find an unknown number. We solve a word problem that involves a table of information, multiplication, subtraction, and division.

3rd Grade Math 6.6, Model Division with Arrays
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We learned the Identity Property of Multiplication in lesson 3.7. It states that the product of any number and 1 is that number. The Identity Property of Multiplication can help us divide by 1. We also learned the Zero Property of Multiplication in lesson 3.7. It states that the product of 0 and any number is 0. The Zero Property can help us divide by zero. We talk about why 0 cannot be a divisor. We discuss the two rules for dividing with 1, and the two rules for dividing with 0. We see that we can use multiplication to check if we did our division correctly.

3rd Grade Math 3.7, Multiply with 1 and 0
https://youtu.be/Kyt3GgCD3G0

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June 16, 2019. I found out that Bonnie loves to chew raw carrots! Lola and Betty don't like raw carrots. They'll eat them if they're cooked and there's just a little bit in their food. But, Bonnie loves to hold them between her paws and eat them raw. Chewing raw carrots will help your dogs remove plaque from their teeth.

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Related facts are a set of equations that involve the same numbers. Addition and subtraction equations that involve the same numbers are related facts. Multiplication and division equations that involve the same numbers are related facts. We can use an array as a model to show how multiplication and division are related. The array can help us write the related multiplication and division equations. We can use a triangle to show related facts by putting the factors and product into each corner for multiplication equations, and the dividend, divisor, and quotient into the corners for division equations. There are related facts that only have one multiplication equation and one division equation because they only use two numbers. The product in a multiplication equation is the same amount as the dividend in a related division equation. We write related facts for a set of three given numbers. We solve a word problem that involves a frequency table and division with subtraction.

3rd Grade Math 6.7, Relate Multiplication and Division
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We can use multiplication to help us divided because multiplication and division are opposite operations, they are inverse operations. We discuss inverse relationships such as big and small, long and short, and multiplication and division. We solve a division word problem by using a bar model to help us understand the information, then use a related multiplication fact to help us find the quotient. We use an array to see how multiplication and division are related. We see how the same array can be used to find a product or a quotient. We find a missing quotient by solving one side of an equal sign to solve the other side. We solve a word problem that involves information from a table by using multiplication, subtraction, then division.

3rd Grade Math 4.7, Patterns on the Multiplication Table
https://youtu.be/lG11cl5aebg

3rd Grade Math 5.1, Describe Patterns in a Table
https://youtu.be/InVmRniPrHk

3rd Grade Math 6.5, Relate Subtraction & Division
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We can use arrays to model and solve division problems. We can divide to find the number of equal rows, or the number in each row. We can write a division equation to show how many rows there are, or how many are in each row. We solve a two-step word problem that involves addition and division.

3rd Grade Math 3.5, Model Multiplication with Arrays
https://youtu.be/FX2bByf2szQ

3rd Grade Math 6.2, Size of Equal Groups
https://youtu.be/GlGce1lI6Gw

3rd Grade Math 6.3, Number of Equal Groups
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We use bar model to solve division problems. Each section of the bar model represents a group and will show how many in each group. We talk about the two ways that we can record and write a division equation. We talk about the parts of a division equation as the dividend, divisor, and quotient. We write a division equation to fit a given picture. We solve several division equations to find their quotients. We use a frequency table with given information to help us write two division equations and a subtraction equation to solve a word problem.

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We model division word problems to find the number of equal groups by using counters and putting the same amount into each group. Then we count the groups we have made. We discuss how to know whether we should use division or multiplication to solve a word problem. We find the number of equal groups to complete a table. We talk about the difference between finding "how many in each group" compared to finding "how many equal groups" there are.

3rd Grade Math 6.2, Size of Equal Groups
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We can model a division problem, to find how many in each group, by using counters and making equal groups. When we multiply, we put equal groups together to find how many in all. When we divide, we can separate how many in all into equal groups to find how many in each group. Multiplication is the same as repeated addition, and division is the same as repeated subtraction. We talk about why it's important to put our counters into the groups one at a time. We complete a table, that gives us a number of counters and a number of equal groups, to find how many are in each group.

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We use the strategy "act it out" to solve problems with equal groups. We can use counters, draw circles around equal groups, then count the number of equal groups we have made. We check our answers by skip counting, or by using repeated addition.

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We model multiplying 1-digit whole numbers by multiples of 10 by using base ten blocks, drawing a quick picture, or by using place value and regrouping. A multiple is the product of two counting numbers. If one of the factors is a multiple of 10, the product will be a multiple of 10 and it will have a zero in its ones place. We solve a two-step word problem which involves multiplication and subtraction. We discuss how a multiple is the product of two counting numbers, and how some counting numbers have multiples in common with each other.

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Absolutely nothing happens in this video, except a squirrel chews on a stick underneath the tree in my front yard. It was temporarily visited by another squirrel, who rested on a branch. I tried throwing a cashew to the squirrel, but it preferred the stick.

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We use the strategy "draw a diagram" to multiply with multiples of 10. We use grid paper to make an area model for multiplication. We use the Distributive Property, to break apart a factor into multiplication facts we already know, to find a product. We discuss the steps for solving word problems from reading the problem to checking our answer. We solve several word problems that involve multiples of tens as factors. We break more difficult word problems into smaller parts, solve each part, to find the answer.

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We use an array, or multiplication table, to help us find an unknown factor or a product. We learn the definition of an equation as a number sentence that uses an equal sign to show that two amounts are equal. Both sides of the equal sign will have the same value in an equation. We learn that an unknown factor can be shown as a symbol or a letter of the alphabet. A letter of the alphabet that takes the place of an unknown amount is called a "variable". We use a multiplication table to help us solve a two-step word problem in which we have to work backwards.

3rd Grade Math 3.5, Model Multiplication with Arrays
https://youtu.be/FX2bByf2szQ

3rd Grade Math 4.7, Patterns on the Multiplication Table
https://youtu.be/lG11cl5aebg

3rd Grade Math 5.1, Describe Patterns in a Table
https://youtu.be/InVmRniPrHk

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There are different ways that we can describe a pattern in a table. We can describe a pattern across the rows and add to find the next number. We can describe a pattern in the columns and multiply to find the missing number. A pattern is an ordered set of numbers or objects in which the order helps us predict what will come next. We find the pattern and rule for a table to help us find unknown amounts.

3rd Grade Math 4.10, Multiplication Word Problems, Make a Table
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We use the strategy "make a table" to help us solve several word problems that involve multiplication. A graphic organizer is a tool, such as a table, that we can use to better understand a problem. We review using the Distributive Property with addition, and with subtraction.

3rd Grade Math 4.9, Multiply with 9, and multiplication strategies
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Out of nowhere, I heard a tornado warning being issued on my cell phone and then on the TV. I don't have a basement so the dogs and I were in the bathroom together for 30 minutes waiting until it died down. There's another storm about 20 minutes away that's heading towards us and right now things seem to have calmed down. We'll see what happens. I hope everyone is having a much nicer day of weather than we are!

We can use several strategies to multiply with 9 as a factor. We can use the Distributive Property with multiplication and addition, or with multiplication and subtraction. We can use the number patterns of the 9 facts. We can also use our open hands and fingers to find products of 9.

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We multiply with 8 by using doubles (because 8 is an even number), a number line, the Associative Property of Multiplication, and the Distributive Property. We show examples of using these strategies to find the product when we have a factor of 8. There's more than one way to find a product using doubles when both factors are even numbers. We make Product Pyramids by finding two factors that are equal to the product above them. We find if a multiplication sentence is true or false. We find the value of given shapes in a multiplication sentence.

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We use the Commutative Property of Multiplication and the Distributive Property to explain number patterns on the multiplication table. We shade rows and columns on a multiplication table to help us see the patterns. We talk about the rule for products: when at least one factor is even, the product will be even and when both factors are odd, the product will be odd. Check my JoAnn's School Facebook page for an image of a blank multiplication table that you can copy and print.

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The Associative Property of Multiplication states that when the grouping of the factors change, the product is the same. We can change the grouping so the numbers are easier to multiply or are multiplication facts we already know. We discuss how the multiplication facts in parentheses are multiplied first, and how it doesn't matter how the factors are grouped, the product will be the same. We use the Commutative and Associative Properties together to change the order of the factors and the grouping. We find an unknown factor by regrouping. We use multiplication, addition, and subtraction to solve a word problem with data in a bar graph.

3rd Grade Math 1.5, Use Properties to Add, Commutative & Associative Properties of Addition
https://youtu.be/Fj5mCZq2Ir8

3rd Grade Math 3.6, Commutative Property of Multiplication
https://youtu.be/phocEXLMwvU

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We can multiply with 7 by using the Commutative Property of Multiplication, the Distributive Property, skip count on a number line, or use doubles when at least one factor is even. We discuss examples of each of these. We also use the information from a frequency table to solve a word problem. We see the steps to solve a word problem and to check our answer.

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