Isabella’s Garden

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Create rows and rows of vegetables. Pupils use their knowledge of multiplication to find the number of vegetable shoots planted in a garden and ways to arrange the vegetables in the performance task. Teachers use the suggested unit outline and activities as instructional support for the multiplication and division task.

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Instructional Ideas

  • Provide several opportunities for learners to use area models and arrays to represent multiplication
Classroom Considerations

  • Uses number talks as a daily practice
  • Assumes the class has an understanding of the meaning of multiplication

  • Includes optional literature based activities
  • Provides examples of work for different performance levels

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