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**Build Foundation for Multiplication **

- Understand equal groups
- Understand arrays

**Formal Introduction to Multiplication**

- Write multiplication sentences for equal groups
- Write multiplication sentences for arrays
- Use repeated addition to multiply
- Use skip counting to multiply

**Multiplication Facts of 2, 3 & 5**

- Multiplication facts of 2
- Multiplication facts of 3
- Multiplication facts of 5

**Properties of Multiplication**

- Multiply by 0 and 1
- Commutative property of multiplication
- Distributive property of multiplication
- Associative property of multiplication

**Multiply on a Number Line**

- Visualize multiplication on number lines
- Multiplication facts of 2,3,5,10 on number lines

**Multiplication Facts of 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10**

- Multiplication facts of 4
- Multiplication facts of 6
- Multiplication facts of 7
- Multiplication facts of 8
- Multiplication facts of 9
- Multiplication facts of 10

**Multiply using Place Value Understanding**

- Multiply 1-digit numbers by a multiple of 10
- Estimate products by rounding numbers
- Multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers in different arrangements.

**Understand Multiplicative Comparison**

- Solve problems involving multiplicative comparison
- Word problems on multiplication

**Multiply 2-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Multiplication facts of 11
- Multiplication facts of 12
- Multiply by 1-digit numbers using area models
- Multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers using place value understanding
- Fluently multiply 2-digit numbers by 1-digit number

**Multiply 3-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers using place value understanding
- Fluently multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit number

**Multiply 4-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Multiply 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers using place value understanding
- Fluently multiply 4-digit numbers by a 1-digit number

**Multiply Two 2-digit Numbers**

- Multiply Two 2-digit numbers using area models
- Multiply Two 2-digit numbers using place value understanding
- Fluently Multiply Two 2-digit numbers

**Multiply Multi-digit Whole Numbers**

- Multiply by multiples of 10
- Multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers
- Multiply 3-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers
- Estimate products of multi-digit whole numbers

**Build Foundation for Division**

- Dividing into equal groups
- Represent equal sharing scenarios in division
- Find the quotient using visual models
- Understand "divide by" term
- Represent equal grouping scenarios in division
- Relate equal sharing and equal grouping models of division

**Relate Multiplication & Division**

**Divide on a Number Line**

**Division Facts within 100**

- Divide by 2
- Divide by 5
- Divide by 10
- Divide by 3
- Divide by 4
- Divide by 6
- Divide by 7
- Divide by 8
- Divide by 9
- Word problems on division

**Divide using Place Value Understanding**

- Divide multiples of 10 by 1-digit numbers.

**Divide Multiples of 10 or 100**

- Divide multiples of 10 by 1-digit numbers
- Divide multiples of 100 by 1-digit numbers
- Use long division to divide a multiple of 10 without remainder

**Divide 2-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Use long division to divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder
- Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder
- Divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainder
- Use long division to divide 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainder

**Divide 3-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder
- Use long division to divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder
- Divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainder
- Use long division to divide 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainder

**Divide 4-digit by 1-digit Numbers**

- Divide 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers without remainder
- Divide 4-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers with remainder

**Divide Multi-digit Whole Numbers**

- Divide using estimation strategies
- Division using long division without remainders
- Division using long division with remainders
- Solve problem involving division

**Understand & Represent Fractions**

- Understand fractions
- Identify unit fractions
- Identify non-unit fractions
- Model fractions
- Understand and identify fractions on number lines
- Place fractions on number lines
- Write whole numbers as fractions

**Compare Fractions**

- Compare unit fractions
- Compare fractions with same denominators using visuals
- Compare fractions with same denominators without visuals
- Compare fractions with same numerators using visuals
- Compare fractions with same numerators without visuals
- Compare fractions on number lines
- Compare fractions with benchmark fractions; half and one
- Compare fractions using benchmark fractions; half and one
- Compare unlike fractions

**Equivalent Fractions**

- Find equivalent fractions using fraction strips
- Find equivalent fractions using visual models
- Find equivalent fractions on number lines
- Find equivalent fractions without using visual models
- Learn to generate equivalent fractions
- Generate and identify equivalent fractions

**Represent Fractions Greater than 1**

- Represent fractions greater than one
- Represent mixed numbers
- Convert mixed numbers to fractions
- Convert fractions to mixed numbers

**Add & Subtract Fractions**

- Add fraction with sums within 1
- Subtract fractions
- Add fractions with sums greater than 1
- Add fractions greater than 1

Subtract fractions greater than 1 - Add mixed numbers using visual models
- Add mixed numbers without using models
- Subtract mixed numbers using models
- Subtract mixed numbers without using models
- Estimate the sum of two fractions
- Estimate the difference of two fractions
- Word problems on addition and subtraction of fractions

**Multiplication with Fractions**

- Multiply unit fractions by whole numbers
- Multiply fractions by whole numbers
- Word problems on multiplication of fractions
- Multiply whole numbers by fractions
- Multiply fractions
- Multiply mixed numbers
- Application of multiplication of fractions
- Understand multiplication as scaling

**Division with Fractions**

- Divide unit fractions by whole numbers
- Divide whole numbers by unit fractions

**Factors, Multiples & Prime Numbers**

- Find multiples of numbers within 100
- Find factors of numbers within 100
- Identify prime and composite numbers

**Generate & Analyze Number Patterns**

- Create and extend number patterns using the given rule
- Identify rules and extend number patterns
- Generate number patterns
- Analyze number patterns

**Write & Interpret Numerical and Algebraic Expressions**

- Simplify and evaluate numerical expressions
- Simplify and evaluate numerical expressions with brackets
- Write numerical expressions
- Evaluate algebraic expressions

**Fractions with Denominators 10 & 100**

- Identify and model tenths
- Identify and model hundredths
- Relate tenths and hundredths
- Add tenths and hundredths

**Understand Decimal Notations**

- Decimal notation for tenths
- Decimal notation for hundredths
- Relate tenths and hundredths
- Decimal notation for mixed numbers

**Read & Write Decimals to Hundredths**

- Place value of decimals less than 1
- Place value of decimals greater than 1
- Compose and decompose decimals less than 1
- Compose and decompose decimals greater than 1
- Represent decimals less than 1 on a number line
- Represent decimals greater than 1 on a number line

**Compare & Order Decimals**

- Compare decimals less than 1
- Order decimals less than 1
- Compare decimals greater than 1
- Order decimals greater than 1

**Add & Subtract Decimals**

- Add decimals
- Subtract decimals

**Multiply Decimals**

- Multiply decimals by powers of 10
- Multiply decimals by whole numbers
- Multiply two decimals numbers

**Divide Decimals**

- Divide decimals by powers of 10
- Divide decimals by whole numbers
- Divide decimals by decimals

**Metric Units of Measurement**

- Measure length in centimeters using rulers
- Measure and estimate weights in metric units
- Measure and estimate capacities in metric units

**Customary Units of Measurement**

- Measure lengths in inches using rulers
- Measure and estimate weights in customary units
- Measure and estimate capacities in customary units

**Relative Sizes of Metric**

- Relate units of length and estimate lengths
- Relate units of weight and estimate weights
- Relate units of capacity and estimate capacities

**Relative Sizes of Customary Units**

- Relate units of length and estimate lengths
- Relate units of weight and estimate weights
- Relate units of capacity and estimate capacities

**Conversion of Measurement Units**

- Convert quantities in one metric unit to another unit
- Convert quantities in one metric unit to another unit involving decimal conversions
- Convert quantities in one customary unit to another unit
- Multi-step, real world problems involving conversion of units

**Read, Analyze & Represent Data**

- Analyze and represent data on bar graphs
- Analyze and represent data on line plots
- Analyze and represent scaled data on picture graphs

**Identify & Classify Shapes**

- Understand two dimensional shapes on the basis of their defining attributes
- Understand two dimensional shapes as closed shapes
- Sides and vertices of two dimensional shapes
- Understand three dimensional shapes
- Recognize two dimensional shapes by their names
- Recognize two dimensional shapes by their attributes
- Types of triangles
- Understand attributes of quadrilaterals
- Identify quadrilaterals
- Identify quadrilaterals in different orientations
- Understand that shapes in different categories may share attributes

**Partition Two Dimensional Shapes**

- Partition shapes into halves, thirds and fourths
- Describe a whole by the number of equal parts
- Recognize that equal shares of identical wholes may have different shapes

**Perimeter of Shapes**

- Understand the concept of perimeter
- Perimeter of regular shapes
- Perimeter of irregular shapes
- Find perimeter of shapes with unknown side lengths
- Find unknown side lengths given the perimeter of shapes

**Area of Shapes**

- Understand the concept of area
- Find area of shapes
- Understand that area is additive

**Classify Shapes based on Angles & Lines**

- Recognize points, lines, line segments, rays, angles
- Types of angles
- Classify shapes based on types of angles
- Types of triangles
- Parallel and perpendicular lines
- Classify shapes based on parallel sides

**Recognize Lines of Symmetry**

- Draw lines of symmetry

**Measure Area & Perimeter of Shapes**

- Find perimeter of shapes
- Find area of shapes

**Measure & Classify Angles**

- Understand the parts of an angle
- Measure angles using a protractor
- Use degree measure to classify angles
- Draw angles using a protractor

**Coordinate Planes**

- Identify coordinates for points marked on the coordinate plane
- Plot points on the coordinate plane

**Classify Two Dimensional Shapes**

- Classify two dimensional shapes into categories based on properties
- Hierarchies of two dimensional shapes

**Understand the Concept of Volume**

**Measure Volume of Solids**

- Find volumes of solids
- Understand that volume is additive

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Multiplication facts are very helpful in learning times tables. Kids can learn multiplications facts of numbers upto 10 to learn times tables easily. You can also explore multiplication games and times table games on SplashLearn and let your child learn and apply times tables in a fun manner.

Multiplication is the repeated addition of equal groups. When you multiply two numbers x and y, you can think of it as repeatedly adding groups of x objects y number of times or vice versa. It is one of the four basic mathematical operations.

The kids need to understand how to perform addition and be comfortable adding two numbers before introducing multiplication.

Multiplication is one of the foundational mathematical operations that kids will need to use in their day-to-day life when they grow up. It helps them understand numbers better and is also the basis for many other concepts they learn in the higher grades, such as division, LCM, fractions, etc.

Multiplication means repeated addition. It gives the result of combining groups of equal sizes. For instance- Take the numbers 4 and 3. Multiplying them gives us: 4x3 = 12. It may seem simple enough for adults, but helping kids reach that level of comfort with multiplication is important.

Ensuring that they have a good introduction to multiplication that helps them understand the concept rather than intimidate them is crucial to ensure that kids don't grow up hating mathematics.

Learning all the multiplication tables by rote was how multiplication might have been introduced to you. However, rote learning is a tiresome endeavor that can make something as interesting as multiplication seem boring.

Interactive and educational online multiplication games such as the ones mentioned below can make multiplication simple and easy to understand for your child.

**Journey: **Journey helps kids understand how grouping numbers work and how they can express multiplication by grouping objects. It gives them a sense of what multiplication is all about.

**Sky Lands: **Sky land is another great interactive game to introduce multiplication to kids. Rather than showing the multiplication table, this educational online game asks kids to pick the next number in the multiplication table to help the character cross the valley.

**Wilda's Wonders: **The game asks kids to helps Wilda, the witch, brew wonderful potions. They will have to drag the correctly numbered ingredient to the pot the specified number of times. It reinforces the basic concept that multiplication is the repeated addition of numbers.

**Repeated Addition With Equal Groups: **This fun online game shows the objects in a group and asks them to select the product of multiplication.

Kids often struggle with learning multiplication because they are shown the multiplication tables straight away without having a good understanding of multiplication relates to addition. The kids end up thinking of multiplication as something they have to learn by heart, making it seem like a chore.

Another common reason for kids struggling with multiplication is that they are not fluent and confident in addition and number lines when introduced to multiplication. Without the right foundation, multiplication starts to look more challenging than it actually is.

As parents, it is hard to watch your kids struggle with something. Understandably, you want to do everything in your power to help them. You can try modeling multiplication while putting away fruits or vegetables in the fridge or while folding laundry. You can also use multiplication songs that take the boredom away from learning multiplication tables.

Online multiplication games such as the ones from SplashLearn are the best way to introduce your kids to new mathematical concepts such as multiplication properties and multiplication facts. These curriculum-oriented multiplication games follow common core standards, making any concept enjoyable and pique their interest in learning.