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If you're looking for an opportunity to practice basic multiplication skills with your fourth grade students, then try out this multiplication lesson! Your students will practice multiplication with factors from zero to ten. Multiplication problems are presented in a variety of formats: vertical multiplication problems, horizontal multiplication problems, and word problems. When students finish this interactive math game, they will be more confident and proficient in their basic multiplication skills.

Many of the math problems in this interactive multiplication lesson include visual aids, like multiplication arrays. When students need a little extra help solving the math problem, a hint button is available for them to click. For example, if students are given a word problem: "Lorenzo is filling candy bags for his 3 friends. If he puts 4 lollipops in each bag, how many lollipops will he have in all?" students can click the hint button, which will show them "3 x 4 = ?" If students answer the math problem incorrectly, a detailed explanation will appear to show them how the multiplication problem should be solved. When they move through the lesson, they will learn from past mistakes.

In addition to the availability of hints and detailed explanations, this interactive multiplication game offers several other features to help students make the most out of their math practice session. For example, a progress-tracker on the right-hand side of the practice screen lets students know how many questions are left to answer in the math lesson. A score-tracker beneath that tells students how many questions they've answered correctly so far in the lesson. A speaker icon in the upper-left corner of the screen provides a read-aloud option for ESL/ELL students, and for students who prefer auditory learning.

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This Level D multiplication lesson may be ideal for third or fourth grade students.

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Use The Four Operations With Whole Numbers To Solve Problems.

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