# Multiplication Facts 10 - Lesson for Grade 3, Chapter - Multiplication Facts

Estimated classroom time: 9 min
Chapter: Multiplication Facts
Unit: Multiplication and Division
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1st
3:00 min
Multiplying 10’s at The Alamo Worksheet
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2nd
3:00 min
Multiplying in the Rainforest Worksheet
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3rd
3:00 min
1s Invertebrates Worksheet
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• ### Activity 1 / Multiplying 10’s at The Alamo Worksheet

If your kids are struggling with their multiplication, you can teach them some simple tricks and tips that will make any multiplication problem seem easy as pie. When you multiply any number by 10, the product will always end in a zero. This is very similar to counting numbers by 10’s. the Texans in this worksheet are fighting for their independence. Help them by drawing a line through all of the correct products to get the soldiers to The Alamo.

• ### Activity 2 / Multiplying in the Rainforest Worksheet

Multiplication can be a bit confusing and difficult to understand for your little ones. However, you can teach them some simple tricks and tips that will make any multiplication problem seem easy as pie. When you multiply any number by 10, the product will always end in a zero. This is very similar to counting numbers by 10’s. give your child some simple examples of multiplying by 10 and then help them solve each fact and check the box with the correct product.

• ### Activity 3 / 1s Invertebrates Worksheet

Invertebrates are animals which don’t have a backbone like human beings and some mammals. Examples of invertebrates are squids, octopi, and jellyfish. Point at the jellyfish in this picture for your child. Now, create a barrier to protect the jellyfish from the hungry sharks in this worksheet. Ask your kids to solve each 10’2 multiplication fact by circling the equations with the correct products.

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