Students review the identity, zero, and commutative properties of multiplication. They will match expressions that show the commutative property. Continuing on, students will practice writing and saying the multiples of 7, reviewing the method of adding seven each time you write a multiple of 7. Students will again practice with a set of the times 7 facts. Instruction will follow on the use of rhymes and chants such as “Don’t let this one make you blue, 6 times 7 is 42." Students then solve facts by answering and dragging the fact through a tunnel to reveal the answer. Students will also apply strategies they've learned to solve word problems.