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  1. Splash Screen

  2. Are You Ready for Chapter 15? • Lesson 1: Multiplication Stories • Lesson 2: Equal Groups • Lesson 3: Problem-Solving Strategy: Draw a Picture • Lesson 4: Repeated Addition • Lesson 5: Arrays • Lesson 6: Division Stories • Lesson 7: Find Equal Groups • Lesson 8: Problem-Solving Investigation: Choose a Strategy • Chapter 15 Review Select a hyperlink to go to the corresponding slides. Chapter Menu

  3. Introduction—Are You Ready 1

  4. Introduction—Are You Ready 2

  5. Introduction—Are You Ready 3

  6. Introduction—Are You Ready 4

  7. Introduction—Are You Ready 5

  8. Introduction—End

  9. I will model and create multiplication stories. Lesson 1—Get Ready 1

  10. multiplication Lesson 1—Get Ready 2

  11. Lesson 1—Get Ready 3

  12. Use counters to model this multiplication story: • I have 3 different flavors of ice cream. There are 5 scoops of each flavor. How many scoops of ice cream are there in all? Lesson 1—Teach

  13. There are 3 flavors, so there are 3 groups. There are 5 scoops in each group. Lesson 1—Teach

  14. How many scoops are there in all? 15 scoops Lesson 1—Teach

  15. There are 3 bird feeders. 2 birds are on each bird feeder. How many birds are there in all? 6 birds Lesson 1—Check

  16. Lesson 1—End

  17. I will model skip counting to find the total in equal groups. Lesson 2—Get Ready 1

  18. equal groups Lesson 2—Get Ready 2

  19. Lesson 2—Get Ready 3

  20. Lesson 2—Get Ready 3

  21. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 How many equal groups of 2 counters can you make? 10 equal groups Lesson 2—Teach

  22. 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 • Find the total number of counters by skip counting by twos. 20 total counters Lesson 2—Teach

  23. 1 2 3 4 5 • How many equal groups of 4 counters can you make? 5 equal groups Lesson 2—Teach

  24. 12 16 20 4 8 • Find the total number of counters by skip counting by fours. 20 total counters Lesson 2—Teach

  25. How many equal groups of 3 are there? 4 groups of 3 Lesson 2—Check

  26. Skip count. Write how many hearts in all. 12 hearts Lesson 2—Check

  27. How many equal groups of 2 are there? 5 groups of 2 Lesson 2—Check

  28. Skip count. Write how many suns in all. 10 suns Lesson 2—Check

  29. Lesson 2—End

  30. I will draw a picture to solve a problem. Lesson 3—Get Ready 1

  31. Lesson 3—Get Ready 2

  32. Lesson 3—Teach

  33. What do I know? Underline what you know. Lesson 3—Teach

  34. What do I need to find? Circle the question. Lesson 3—Teach

  35. How will I solve the problem? I will draw a picture. Lesson 3—Teach

  36. Draw a picture. 5 wreaths 4 8 4 pinecones per wreath Brenda needs 20 pinecones in all. 12 16 20 Lesson 3—Teach

  37. Look back.Is my answer reasonable? yes Lesson 3—Teach

  38. Draw a picture to solve. • Teagan bought 4 bags of apples. Each bag had 4 apples in it. How many apples did Teagan buy in all? 16 apples Lesson 3—Check

  39. Lesson 3—End

  40. I will add and multiply equal groups. Lesson 4—Get Ready 1

  41. multiplication sentence • product Lesson 4—Get Ready 2

  42. Lesson 4—Get Ready 3

  43. How many equal groups of boxes are shown? 2 equal groups Lesson 4—Teach

  44. How many boxes are in each group? 5 boxes Lesson 4—Teach

  45. What repeated addition problem can we make from the picture? 5 + 5 = 10 Lesson 4—Teach

  46. How would you write this repeated addition problem as a multiplication sentence? 2 × 5 = 10 Lesson 4—Teach

  47. How many equal groups of boxes are shown? 3 equal groups Lesson 4—Teach

  48. Write the repeated addition problem to show the picture. 4 + 4 + 4 = 12 Lesson 4—Teach

  49. Write the multiplication sentence to show the picture. 3 × 4 = 12 Lesson 4—Teach

  50. The first number tells how many groups there are. 3 × 4 = 12 Lesson 4—Teach