Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Multiplication Stories ~ Summer Bloggin' Week #5

Today I am sharing a Multiplication Stories worksheet. Once students have a conceptual understanding of multiplication, they then are ready to create their own multiplication "stories" using data from a table. But here is the twist. The answer has to fulfill certain criteria. For example, the answer has to be a product that is even or a product that is greater than 20 and less than 35. In this way, students have to think about the type of "story" they will create based on the criteria given.

Each students multiplication stories will be different. Students then can share their math stories with a classmate and have them solve! This gives student an authentic audience to share their work. Just a different way to reinforce and recycle the skill of multiplication and mathematical vocabulary. Click on the image above to download your FREEBIE.

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  1. Wow this is a great resource. I love how it requires a higher level of thinking. Thanks so much for the freebie!

    Fourth Grade Lemonade

  2. You are welcome! I am glad you found this resource to be helpful!!