# Explore 5 Joe, By The Numbers and more!

Here's a set of 3 posters that give examples of multi-digit multiplication strategies, including the traditional algorithm, partial products, and lattice.

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Counting by 5's... Have the students write addition and subtraction sentences using the numbers given.

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A fun way to practice making 5. Put two-sided manipulatives in a cup, have the kids shake and pour them out. They dab or color the way they made 5.

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Flip books for the numbers 1-20. Review number words, base 10, ten frame, tally marks, and pictorial representation all with one piece of paper! Photocopier friendly!

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Kindergarten Back to School Math & Literacy Worksheets and Activities. 135 pages. A page from the unit: Number match cut and paste Numbers 1-5 by Marina Parker

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7. Your birth path is where you add you month, year, and day you were born on all together. Divide it into single digits and add those together and then whatever it equals is your birth path. Ex. 4/3/2003 = 2010= 2+0+1+0= 3 your birth path would be 3.

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PreK- Put an appropriate number of dots on the numbers. I like that this is something a kid can review later and "read" the numbers (as well as their associated words)

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This is a really cute spring activity for preschoolers. They would be able to construct their own project. They should be able to recognize the number and colors as well as what animal it is.

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Multiplying and Dividing by Powers of Ten. Free "place value sliders" that students can use to help visualize and understand the concept.

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