 Solving the 10 times table

# Solving the 10 times table

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## General

Students will learn multiplication strategies for the times 10 facts. Students will use the identity property to do a times 10 fact. Instruction and practice will cover skip counting and multiples.

## Standards

CCSS.Math.Content.3.OA.B.5

## Learning objective

Students will be able to solve times 10 multiplication facts.

## Introduction

Students will be completing problems that use a pattern. This will be related to the pattern of 1 time 3 = 3, so 10 times 3 equals 30.

## Instruction

Students will work with the strategy of using the identity property (times 1) and apply it to times 10 facts. For example 1 x 5 = 5, so 10 x 5 = 50. They will practice matching the times one fact to the times 10 fact, followed by two slides to drill them on the times 10 facts. Next, the students practice skip counting by tens. A suggested activity for this is jump rope rhymes or hopscotch. Students will practice the facts after writing the multiples. Students are introduced to writing the facts vertically. They will listen to 3 facts, write them down, and solve them. The lesson concludes with several story problems using the times 10 facts.

## Quiz

Students respond to ten multiple-choice and true/false questions.

## Closing

Students will be “shopping” in a store where everything is priced at ten cents or ten dollars. They will multiply and then add up a list of items. They will also make their own list to add. The Gynzy money tool will allow them to count the money. 