(Week 4) Multiplication Up to 6 x 10 (3rd Grade)
Math is not about crunching numbers; true math is about pattern recognition. This does not mean that mastering basic calculations is not important. Learning math facts is like learning the alphabet.A child who must sound out words, syllable by syllable is not able to comprehend a reading passage. Likewise, a child who struggles to complete basic computations is not able to recognize new mathematical relationships.
Each "Multiplication Facts up to 6 x 10 for 3rd Grade" Activity Packet contains five calculation practice pages plus an answer key.