Learning Intention:
Students will be able to multiply 2 or 3 digit numbers to create numbers in the 1000â€™s.
Objectives:
By the end of the lesson, students will be able to:
 Identify how to multiply two or three digit numbers to create numbers in the 1000â€™s.
 Solve multiple examples of multiplying two or three digit numbers to create numbers in the 1000â€™s.
 Explain the multiplication process to create numbers in the 1000â€™s.
Materials:
 Whiteboard
 Dry Erase Markers
 Examples of multiplying two or three digit numbers to create numbers in the 1000â€™s
Procedure:

Introduce the lesson by giving a brief overview of the concepts of multiplication and the importance of being able to multiply numbers in order to solve reallife situations (e.g. cooking recipes, counter sales, etc.).

Ask the students to list examples of multiplying two or three digit numbers to create numbers in the 1000â€™s.

Present an example and explain how to solve it. Explain the process of multiplying 2 and 3 digit numbers to create numbers in the 1000â€™s.

Show another example and ask the students to solve the problem.

Ask the students to work in pairs to solve the other examples.

Lead a discussion about their findings and about their understanding of the multiplication process for numbers in the 1000â€™s.

Wrap up the lesson by discussing key takeaways.
Assessment:
Have the students complete a quiz or worksheet on multiplying two or three digit numbers to create numbers in the 1000â€™s.