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Teachers' Lounge Discussion: Multiplication with your ten fingers

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From: Owen <owenbprince@hotmail.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2007102617:33:12
Subject: Re: Re: Chisenbop Tutorial

To:  Andy Harris 

  You said as an example, to multiply two by three, you can add two
three times or three two times and do this on a sheet of paper.  

You will find this information on the DotMath for kids web site.  The
student is taught groups of counters (groups x counters).  The big
number is the group number and the counters go in the circles. they
can get the answer by skip counting or but subtotals.

 

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