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Multiplication and Division: 9 StudyJams! Interactive Math Activities

Help students learn nine underlying concepts of multiplication and division through real-world examples and fun activities.

Grades

3–5, 6–8

Activity Type

  • Interactive Whiteboard Activities

StudyJams! Multiplication

Multiplication

Did you know that multiplication is like addition, but faster? All you have to do is figure out your factors, and you will have your answer in no time.

 

 

StudyJams! Single-Digit Division

Single-Digit Division

You have six cookies and three friends. How many cookies will each friend get? Just use division, and everyone will get their fair share.

 

 

StudyJams! Double-Digit Division

Double-Digit Division

Dividing with a two-digit number can seem tricky, but all you have to do is take it one step at a time.

 

 

StudyJams! Relating Multiplication and Division

Relating Multiplication and Division

As inverse operations, multiplication and division are closely related. That is good news for you, because it makes undoing them easy and fast.

 

 

StudyJams! Prime and Composite Numbers

Prime and Composite Numbers

In the world of factors, there are two kinds of numbers: prime and composite. Do you know how to tell the difference?

 

 

StudyJams! Distributive Property

Distributive Property

There is more than one way to solve a multiplication problem. The distributive property means you can choose your own multiplication adventure!

 

 

StudyJams! Divisibility Rules

Divisibility Rules

Want to know an easy way to divide 2,399? Learn some simple rules that will make your division snappy.

 

 

StudyJams! Multiples

Multiples

Sometimes you have just got to divide. Whether you are baking a cake or sharing a pizza, multiples can make your math life easy.

 

 

StudyJams! Prime Factorization

Prime Factorization

OK, so you know about prime and composite numbers, but did you know that every composite number can be written as the product of prime factors? Read on!

 

 

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