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Use arrays to start at 30 and perform the x6 multiplication facts up to 60. This activity shows students how multiplying by 6 is related to repeated addition

A. Skip count by 6

B. Determine multiples of 6 in a multiplication chart

D. Determine products of 6 in a times table

E. Solve division problems with a divisor of 6 based on its relationship to multiplication

F. Solve division problems with a divisor of 6 (Level 1)

G. Solve division problems with a divisor of 6 (Level 2)

H. Skip count by 7

I. Determine multiples of 7 in a multiplication chart

J. Determine products of 7 in a times table with and without an array model

K. Determine products of 7 in a times table

L. Solve division problems with a divisor of 7 based on its relationship to multiplication

M. Solve division problems with a divisor of 7 (Level 1)

N. Solve division problems with a divisor of 7 (Level 2)

O. Solve multiplication equations using the break apart and distribute strategy

P. Solve for an unknown represented by a letter in multiplication equations

Q. Solve for an unknown represented by a letter in division equations

R. Solve a word problem using a tape diagram and the relationship between multiplication and division

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