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Welcome to Multiplication Foundations!! This research based program was developed to help your student or child understand multiplication concepts. This program is developmentally appropriate for children ages 6 and older.

Week 17: Multiplication Skills Application


Skipping weeks is highly discouraged. Many children already know the concepts covered in this week’s lesson. However, it is critical that they experience these activities, so that the concepts become more firmly rooted in their brains.

Repetition Is Key
Each time your student or child repeats this activity, the pathways in the brain that form understanding for these concepts, become larger and stronger. Your child may already know how to count, but this is not the only goal. Skipping weeks will decrease your child’s opportunity for this important repetition.

Week 17:
Time: 20 minutes each day for five days.
Instructions: Explain to the student that they are going to play a game with baskets of apples. Have the students follow along, and answer the questions in the game above.

Purpose: Students are asked to process the division problem without visual clues. This is a critical step in transferring these skills into real world application.

Transferring Concepts:
Help students by reminding them from where the numbers in the division problem, and solution come. Students should be encouraged to imagine or visualize the apples and baskets inside their heads.

Use Math Vocabulary:
Parents and teachers should not be afraid to use math vocabulary with the student. Words such as “divide” and “equals”, will help prepare the child for success with math.

Encourage students to say the following or a similar sentence out loud with each new math problem. “fourty nine divided by seven equals seven “. Replace the numbers in this sentence with the actual numbers for each problem.

Suggested Follow-Up:
Students should not be allowed to forget the concepts learned. Children should be encouraged to continually practice by using the math flash cards provided on this website.