This video features a rap song which defines/explains multiplication as repeated addition. The factors and product of problems are also defined in the song. The lively video contains the rap song, video of children dancing, and animation of math pr...oblems. ( 2:51)[more]

Learn how to multiply by a one-digit number. The narrator shows examples on a SMART Board as he explains what he doing so that students understand what is happening. (04:21)

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In this segment from Cyberchase, the CyberSquad develops the new Digifizz toy, which sends a tiny burst of sparkles shooting into the air each time it is used. With the toy gaining popularity, the CyberSquad must figure out how many Digifizz toys to ...produce in order to meet the demand. Using what they call "The Multiplier Effect" they find out that the number of Digifizz toys they must make can be calculated by multiplying the number of students in each class by the product of the number of classes and the number of schools. It turns out to be a lot of Digifizz! (3:22)[more]

From discoveryeducation.com, produced by Discovery Education

Students work on multiplying multiply digit numbers by a single digit
number. A pattern is explained that can be used when multiplying numbers that end in a zero.

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