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Here's an interactive math lesson you can use with your fifth grade students to help them practice basic multiplication and division facts from zero through twelve. Math problems are presented in a drill-style format: all math facts are written horizontally. Should students need to use the hint to help them solve the multiplication fact or division fact, they will be shown an array, such as 21 objects in 7 equal groups. If students answer questions in this multiplication and division drill lesson incorrectly, a detailed explanation complete with custom graphics will show students how to answer the question correctly.

As with all our lessons on "I Know It," this multiplication and division practice lesson include several features that help students make the most out of their practice time. A score-tracker tells them how many questions they've answered correctly as they move through the lesson, and a progress-tracker tells them how many questions they have left to answer. In addition, a speaker icon indicates a helpful "read-aloud" feature, ideal for ESL/ELL students or students who excel at auditory learning.

We hope when you give this basic multiplication and division facts math lesson a try, you and your students will enjoy the kid-friendly lesson format, bright and colorful icons, and cute animated characters. We encourage you to explore the hundreds of other math topics available on "I Know It."

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There are so many benefits to an iKnowIt.com membership! Your administrative features will allow you to create a class roster and add your students to it, create and assign individual student user names and passwords, and assign specific lessons to individual students. You can also track student progress and lesson scores, print, send, and download student progress reports, and change the lesson settings (such as limiting the amount of hints students may use per lesson).

Your students will view a kid-friendly version of the I Know It homepage when they log in with their unique user name and password. They will easily find the lessons you've assigned them under the "My Assignments" heading on their homepage. They will also have the option to try out other math lessons at their grade level, or ability level, if you choose.

Grade levels in the student interface appear as "Level A," "Level B," and "Level C," instead "Grade 1," "Grade 2," and "Grade 3," making it easier for you to assign lessons based on ability level and not necessarily grade level.

This Level E multiplication and division facts lesson may be ideal for fourth or fifth grade students.

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