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1. Goal: Improve multiplication fluency Objective: By the end of the IEP period, the student will be able to accurately and fluently multiply numbers up to 100.

2. Goal: Develop division skills Objective: By the end of the IEP period, the student will be able to divide numbers up to 100 with remainders accurately and independently.

3. Goal: Apply multiplication and division in problem-solving Objective: By the end of the IEP period, the student will be able to solve multi-step word problems involving multiplication and division accurately and with understanding.

4. Goal: Understand the relationship between multiplication and division Objective: By the end of the IEP period, the student will be able to demonstrate an understanding of the inverse relationship between multiplication and division by correctly solving related fact families.

5. Goal: Develop strategies for solving multiplication and division problems Objective: By the end of the IEP period, the student will be able to use a variety of strategies (e.g., arrays, repeated addition, skip counting) to solve multiplication and division problems accurately and efficiently.

6. Goal: Apply multiplication and division in real-life situations Objective: By the end of the IEP period, the student will be able to apply multiplication and division skills to solve real-life problems, such as calculating the cost of multiple items or sharing equally among a group.

Note: These goals and objectives should be tailored to the specific needs and abilities of the individual student, as determined through assessment and collaboration with the student, parents, and educational team.