Developing Multiplication Concepts

May, Lola J.
November 1991
Teaching Pre K-8;Nov/Dec91, Vol. 22 Issue 3, p16
Presents the third in an eight-part series on using manipulatives to teach mathematics. Discussion on how students can develop the concepts of multiplication with guided activities with math manipulatives; Several properties and rules to the operations; Notes for parents as well as teachers.


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