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This 129-page pack has everything you need to introduce, teach, and reinforce multiplication and division concepts. It covers what is multiplication and division, ways to represent multiplication and division, properties of multiplication and division, and more. There are 38 different templates in 3 different formats. Included Anchor Charts:What Is Multiplication?Ways to Represent Multiplication (4 boxes)Ways to Represent Multiplication (6 boxes)Multiplication with Equal GroupsMultiplication with Repeated AdditionMultiplication with ArraysMultiplication with Area ModelsMultiplication with Number LinesMultiplication with Skip CountingMultiplication with a Bar ModelMultiplication and the Commutative PropertyMultiplication and the Associative PropertyMultiplication and the Distributive PropertyMultiplication and the Identity PropertyMultiplication and the Zero PropertyProperties of MultiplicationSkip CountingFactors and MultipliesMultiplication and CompensationPartial ProductsBox MethodHow to Use a Multiplication ChartWhat Is Division?Ways to Represent Division (4 options)Ways to Represent Division (6 options)Division with Equal GroupsDivision with Repeated SubtractionDivision with ArraysDivision with Area ModelsDivision with Number LinesDivision with a Bar ModelDivision by One PropertyDivision by Itself PropertyDividing by Zero PropertyPartial QuotientsLong DivisionHow to Use a Multiplication Chart for DivisionWhat are Fact Families?There are multiple versions of each chart. You will receive: pre-filled posterspartially filled anchor charts (titles, headings, and subheadings)blank anchor charts with title onlyPerfect for Introducing Multiplication and Division ConceptsAnchor charts are powerful tools for learning and understanding new or abstract concepts. By filling out these anchor charts with your students, you will help them gain a deeper understanding of multiplication and division concepts. Help Deeper UnderstandingStudents will feel engaged and motivated as they fill in their own notes. They can use examples and drawings that make sense to them. These anchor charts go well beyond boring worksheets and really get your students involved in their own learning. Ideas for UseThese activities work well in: Math centers Small groups Partner work Whole ClassPrint-and-Go MaterialsAll Create-abilities resources are designed with ease of use in mind. Dont have a color printer? No problem. Pages that do not render well in black-and-white have black-and-white copies included. Be classroom-ready with a quick print.Check out my preview for a closer look at this product!Feedback is greatly appreciated!!You Might Also Like Multiplication Graphing Freebie Factors and Multiples Book and Task Cards Order of Operations Math Game Area and Perimeter Poster and Activity SetEnjoy!

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