Extending Multiplication and Division Beyond 100 with Leah Dix White - Shared screen with speaker view
Today’s presentation slides:https://www.kentuckymathematics.org/docs/kcm_virtual/KCM_More_Multiplicative_Thinking-LDixWhite-presentation.pdf
Belle Rush, KCM, Bowling Green, KY
Amy Williams, Campbell County, KY, Grants Lick Elem
Excited to learn from Leah!
Rachel Redden, Newport Intermediate MIT
Kimberly Smith, MIT, Inez Elem. Martin Co. Ky
Kathy Hale MIT Newport Primary
One of our favorite books... Developing Number Knowledge
I love the QR code!
Oh.... hop in the number line!
I love using the number line to record multiplication!
I love the over-jump strategy!
Me too! :-)
I wish I would have had that as a student
The Math Learning Center has a new share feature for some of the manipulatives where you can create and share activities.
Love the visual. We can see the 11 rows of 23 or 23 columns of 11.
I think our intermediate students need to use manipulatives more so they can see the numbers. The visuals are great!
Amy - I agree!!!
The visual area model is a great bridge to the numeric one
Love the slider to think about "What if..." My favorite question for students.
Screening! So cool!
It shows how necessary it is for students to have experiences breaking numbers into tens and ones and more prior to being able to use these strategies
Ohh…. I love this! Indeed... screening.
These are awesome!! we forget that older kids need models etc too!!! Thank you
LOVE The PHET area model
Any time we are expanding our range of numbers or what we expect kids to do with numbers, we should give them opportunities to use manipulatives!
I was talking to our math team today about this. Manipulatives aren't just for littles... they're for the big kids, too.
I might start by realizing that I 100 m length would use 500 m2
I did a different method and I doubted mysekf but I got the 172. I just didnt realize it was the answer :)
Like this example! D
I looked at the base ten blocks and just added them back together - the three hundreds, the 9 tens, and the 6 ones.
We are connecting parts of the representations! :-)
Me too Rachel
I think the kids would love being able to move around the manipulatives on the computer!
Great resources Leah!
Thank you, Leah!
Loved showing the manipulatives with the number with the area model!
I'm excited to share these resources with our math team. Especially all of the tech links. Our fifth and sixth grade kids will love this.
So many great resources! And QR codes are awesome! Thank you Leah!
We use our webcams
Thank you, Leah! ( I apologize for multiple re-entry. My internet connection is not the greatest.)
I love all the technology activities! Thank you so much!
Thanks so much Leah! I learned so much today! Working with the older students is a little out of my comfort zone and this helps!