In math, we have been examining multiples charts. We have highlighted multiples of all numbers 2-12. Students have observed multiples charts that have relationships such as 3, 6, and 12 (see below).

In class we have discussed the following types of questions:

How many groups of 3 does it take to make 30? ( _____ x 3 = 30)

How many groups of 6 does it take to make 30? ( _____ x 6 = 30)

What happens to the number of groups? Why?

Is 100 a multiple of 3? Is 100 a multiple of 6? Is 100 a multiple of 12?

Below is an example of the work that students completed in class as part of their multiples study.

I like this this persons work because the paper has lots of explaining on it and also because he used quick and easy pictures.

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