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Multiplication Repeated Addition Mats with Cubes x8

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Grade 2, 3, 4





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Multiplication Repeated Addition Mats with Cubes x8: An Instrumental Teaching Resource

This teaching resource is designed for educators who strive to simplify multiplication learning for students in grades 2 through 4. It helps present the abstract concept of multiplication using physical cubes arranged to illustrate repeated addition, facilitating easier understanding of essential mathematics concepts.

Availability and Versatility

The resource is provided in a PDF format, making it easy to print and use during class or study periods. It comes in three versions, giving teachers the flexibility to adapt instruction according to different student abilities.

A Comprehensive Document at Your Disposal

  • This extensive 38-page document ensures you have plenty of materials that can be revisited over time for reinforcement or tackled section by section according to your lesson plan.
  • The repeat addition mats can be projected onto whiteboards or screens during group discussions, manipulated by students for focussed learning, or added into student notebooks as reusable references.
  • They also make eye-catching additions on bulletin boards stimulating visual appeal and active mathematical learning engagement among students.

Reap Multiplication Proficiency Gains Through Active Learning!

The use of these mats give learners hands-on experience counting cubes then gradually shifting towards automatic multiplication processes. Adoption of this approach serves as a key strategy not just within regular classroom settings but also proves advantageous for parents homeschooling their children - keen on effective math teaching tools focusing on greater proficiency over early-period math curriculum topics like multiplication fundamentals.

What's Included

38-page PDF

Resource Tags

Multiplication Repeated Addition Manipulatives Visuals Math Teaching

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