Multiplication and division

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If 3 kids each have two robot possums, how many total robot possums do we have? You liked addition, but now you’re ready to go to the next level. Depending on how you view it, multiplication is about repeated addition or scaling a number or seeing what number you get when you have another number multiple times. If that last sentence made little sense, you might enjoy this tutorial.

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Series of lessons and exercises covering repeated addition, repeated subtraction, making equal groups, arrays, and dividing with remainders. Part of the BrianPOP Jr series of K-3 lessons.

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