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Repeated Addition and Multiplication
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Students will learn that repeated addition is the same as multiplying. Whenever you have equal groups, you can add to find the sum or multiple to find the product. User clicks through the slides.
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Multiplication, Part 2: The Multiplication Tables  Khan Academy
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In this introduction to the multiplication tables from 29, the instructor emphasizes the importance of knowing the multiplication tables. For third grades through sixth. (15:27)
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Multiply Using Repeated Addition.
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Students will use manipulatives to model multiplication using repeated addition. User clicks through the slides.
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Multiplication Made Easy and Fun
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Sings multiplication facts in a semirap style. Uses catchy rhymes to remember the facts. Gives simple, catchy rules to remember the facts. Created by Better Education Productions. (01:45)
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Multiplication Facts for 6, 7, 8, and 9 Using a Finger Calulator
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This narrated slide show shows a strategy to help remember multiplication facts for 6s, 7s, 8s and 9s. Students use low technology (namely their own hands) to work out the more difficult "Times Tables"! (08:42)
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