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Grade Level: 5 Title: Multiplying Multi-Digit Numbers

Author: Kara Weinstein

**Objectives: • Students will be able to define product,
**

multiplier, and multiplicand

• Students will be able to solve 2-digit by 2-digit

multiplication problems using the standard

algorithm

Math Content Standard(s): Math Practice Standard(s):

**• CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.5 • CCSS.MATH.PRACTICE.MP1 Make sense of
**

.NBT.B.5: Fluently multiply problems and persevere in solving them.

multi-digit whole numbers

using the standard

algorithm.

Materials: Vocabulary:

• Poster Paper • Product

• White Boards • Multiplier

• Dry Erase Markers • Multiplicand

• Erasers

• Decks of Cards

Assessment Strategies

Student understanding will be monitored with informal assessment throughout the lesson. The

launch activity assesses prior knowledge and numerous other strategies monitor understanding

throughout the lesson.

**Instructional Activities & Strategies
**

• Launch – Create a bubble map with students around ‘multi-digit multiplication’. This

will allow students to begin thinking about the topic and will allow me to access their

understanding and the language that they’ve been taught about multiplication. If the

students struggle to come up with information to add to the map use the following

questions to help students: 4 minutes

o What does ‘multi-digit multiplication’ mean?

o Are there multiple ways to solve these problems?

o How is it related to addition?

o Is there a specific way we line up digits?

o What is the name of the answer to a multiplication problem?

o What are the names of the numbers in the problem?

• Instruction- During the instruction component of this lesson each student will need a

white board and a marker. This portion of the lesson allows the students to receive

direct instruction on multi-digit multiplication. Begin by writing 27*3 on the board ask

the students if they can help you complete the problem. Ask questions such as: What

do you need to do first? How do I carry? What do I do next? This will help lead the

discussion and allow you to access student understanding. After you feel that most

students can complete a 2-digit by 1-digit problem, repeat the same process with a 2-

digit by 2-digit multiplication problem. Start by explaining the steps to the students for

the first example, have students walk you through the 2nd example, and then have

students try the problems on their white boards. This will allow you to monitor each

student’s understanding while they work. Complete about 4 example problems

depending on student understanding. 6 minutes

• Activity- To practice solving multi-digit multiplication problems, students will play

multiplication war. Break students into pairs based on their level of understanding.

This allows students to play the game at the correct level. Each pair of students will get

one deck of cards that only has aces through 9s (remove 10s, jacks, queens, and kings).

To play, each student will flip over 4 cards to create a 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication

problem. Each player will then solve their problem. The student with the higher

product wins the battle and takes all the cards. The game continues until one of the

players runs out of cards. Monitor each pair of students, when they seem to have a

strong understanding of the concept increase the difficulty by having them flip 5 cards

and complete 3-digit by 2-digit problems. If students are struggling, have them flip 3

cards and complete 2-digit by 1-digit problems. Each student will receive a

‘multiplication war battleground’ worksheet to complete their multiplication problems

during each battle. Allow students to play for 8 minutes.

• Summarize – Return to the ‘multi-digit multiplication’ bubble map. Ask the students

if there is anything that students would like to add to the map. Also use this time to

give students the opportunity to ask if students have any remaining questions. 2

minutes

**Extension: Send home the ‘Multi-digit Multiplication’ parent letter. This letter will contain
**

information about the concept being taught as well as the rules for this game. Encourage

students to play this game at home with grandparents, parents, siblings, friends, or other

adults. This will give students the opportunity to continue practicing multiplying multi-digit

numbers.

Sources:

• Sample problems are from commoncoresheets.org

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