In this math lesson for 3rd or 4th grade, we first find different factors of 60 and 36. Then, we look at an interesting multiplication pattern and fill it in using logical thinking. Lastly, PAUSE the video to solve two multiplication puzzles - actually with two unknowns. But, we will not use algebra to solve them but simple guess and check. Have fun!
Check out also my videos on the multiplication tables. This lesson is the 2nd half of my lesson on the table of 12 - found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZIxitur59qE
Tagged under: multiplication pattern, unknowns,multiplication puzzle,3rd grade,4th grade,math,missing factors,factor,number
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