Title: Introduction to Multiplication as Repeated Addition and Basic Multiplication Tables

Grade Level: 3rd Grade Duration: 10 minutes

Lesson Objectives: 1. Students will understand the concept of multiplication as repeated addition. 2. Students will practice basic multiplication facts through interactive activities. 3. Students will connect multiplication to real-life scenarios.

Materials Needed: - Whiteboard or chart paper - Markers or colored pencils - Internet access for video resources - Printable worksheets (links provided below)

Lesson Layout: I. Present (2 minutes) a. Begin the lesson by asking students if they know what multiplication is. b. Explain that multiplication is a way of adding numbers together multiple times. c. Introduce the concept of multiplication as repeated addition using the following example: - Write on the whiteboard: 3 + 3 + 3 = ? - Explain that instead of writing the addition repeatedly, we can use multiplication: 3 x 3 = ? - Emphasize that 3 x 3 means adding 3 three times.

II. Model (3 minutes) a. Show a short video to reinforce the concept of multiplication as repeated addition: - Video resource: â€śMultiplication as Repeated Additionâ€ť (https://youtu.be/7CqJlxBYj-M) b. Discuss the video with the students, asking questions to ensure understanding. c. Write a few simple multiplication equations on the whiteboard, such as 2 x 4, 3 x 2, and 5 x 1. d. Model how to solve these equations using repeated addition, emphasizing the connection between multiplication and addition.

III. Practice (3 minutes) a. Provide students with a printable worksheet to practice multiplication as repeated addition: - Worksheet resource: â€śMultiplication as Repeated Additionâ€ť (link: [insert link to printable worksheet]) b. Instruct students to solve the equations by using repeated addition. c. Encourage students to show their work and write the final answer.

IV. Connect (2 minutes) a. Discuss real-life scenarios where multiplication is used, such as counting objects in equal groups or calculating the total cost of multiple items. b. Ask students to share any examples they can think of where multiplication is used in their daily lives. c. Summarize the lesson by emphasizing that multiplication is a useful tool for solving problems involving equal groups or repeated addition.

Additional Resources: 1. Video Resource: â€śMultiplication as Repeated Additionâ€ť (https://youtu.be/7CqJlxBYj-M) 2. Worksheet Resource: â€śMultiplication as Repeated Additionâ€ť (insert link to printable worksheet)

Note: The worksheet resource link should be inserted with an actual link to a printable worksheet that aligns with the lesson objectives.