Lattice Multiplication

Lattice Multiplication

<p>Lattice multiplication was introduced to Europe in 1202 in Fibonacci’s Liber Abaci. It is a method of multiplying large numbers using a grid. This method breaks the multiplication process into smaller steps, which some students find easier. Digits to be carried are written within the grid, making them harder to miss.</p>
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Number Puzzles

Number Puzzles

Great handouts. Use in Math Activity Centre or as an enrichment break!
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Multiplication Methods

Multiplication Methods

Multiply 43 x 92 To solve this problem, we use the Long Multiplication Method. Multiply the multiplicand by each digit of the multiplier then add the results. There are alternative algorithms that allow many students to find other methods that are appealing and easier to navigate. Occasionally students prefer them to the traditional long multiplication method.
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Word Mask

Word Mask

A word mask is a reading tool that helps students find small words in bigger words. These words are found in a "word wall" which is a collection of words displayed in large letters on a wall or other large display area in the classroom
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Predict your day of birth

Predict your day of birth

Show the participant a set of cards. Ask whether or not the participant can see his/her number on the any of the cards. Ask the participant to reveal which letter (A, B, C, D, E) has his/her birth date. Magically reveal the date of birth to the participant.
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Wordcipher

Wordcipher

Wordcipher is new crytic word puzzle. Wordcipher develops spelling and vocabulary skills. Wordcipher combines Crosswords and Hangman.
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Lesson Plans To Go

Lesson Plans To Go

Quick lesson plans to go Fun activities for students, teachers, homeschoolers and parents. Multiple lesson categories available.
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One To Seven

One To Seven

Challenge: Insert numbers 1 to 7. The total of each line and each circle must be the same.
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Genius Test

Genius Test

Challenge: Connect all red dots using 7 straight lines. The lines must start where the last line ends
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