# Multiplication Facts 5 - Lesson for Grade 3, Chapter - Multiplication Facts

In the "Multiplication Facts 5" lesson, designed for Grade 3 students as part of the Multiplication and Division unit, learners will engage with the concept of multiplying by 5 through a variety of practical and engaging activities. This lesson includes worksheets such as "Multiplying 5’s: Telling Temperature," "Multiplying 5’s: Telling Temperature Part 2," and "Multiplying Invertebrates," each designed to reinforce the understanding of multiplication facts related to the number 5.

Students will learn how to efficiently multiply numbers by 5, a foundational skill crucial for their mathematical development. The "Telling Temperature" worksheets integrate real-world applications of multiplication by 5, helping students understand how multiplication is used in everyday scenarios, such as reading temperatures. This connection between mathematics and real-life situations is vital for developing critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

The "Multiplying Invertebrates" worksheet provides a fun, engaging way to practice multiplication facts, using invertebrates as a thematic element to capture students' interest. This activity not only reinforces multiplication skills but also encourages students to explore and apply these concepts in diverse contexts.

Estimated classroom time: 9 min
Chapter: Multiplication Facts
Unit: Multiplication and Division
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1st
3:00 min
Multiplying 5’s: Telling Temperature Worksheet
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2nd
3:00 min
Multiplying 5’s: Telling Temperature Part 2 Worksheet
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3rd
3:00 min
Multiplying Invertebrates Worksheet
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• ### Activity 1 / Multiplying 5’s: Telling Temperature Worksheet

Multiplication problems are quite easily solved if you know some of the simple tricks and tips. For example, when multiplying 10’s the product always ends in a 0. That is just one trick you can teach your child. Another one, which they will learn in this worksheet, is that when you multiply by 5, the product will always end in a 0 or 5. Look at the problems in this printout. Help them multiply to find the product. Then, check the thermometer with the correct product.

• ### Activity 2 / Multiplying 5’s: Telling Temperature Part 2 Worksheet

Multiplication problems are quite easily solved if you know some of the simple tricks and tips. For example, when multiplying 10’s the product always ends in a 0. That is just one trick you can teach your child. Another one, which they will learn in this worksheet, is that when you multiply by 5, the product will always end in a 0 or 5. Look at the problems in this printout. Help them multiply to find the product. Then, check the thermometer with the correct product.

• ### Activity 3 / Multiplying Invertebrates Worksheet

Before beginning this worksheet, take the time to explain to your kids what an invertebrate is. An invertebrate is an animal that does not have a backbone. Most animals and human beings have a backbone. Give your kids some common examples of an invertebrate such as the squid, jellyfish, and octopus. Now, look at the starfish in this picture with 5 arms. Help your kids circle the facts that have the correct products.