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 Gamma
Single and multiple-digit multiplication and other topics

 Rectangle: Factors and Product Multiply by 1, by 0, Symbols Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10 Multiply times 2 Multiply times 10 Patterns: Colouring and Thinking Multiply times 5 Finding the Area of a Rectangle Finding the Area of a Square Solve for an Unknown Skip Count by 9 Multiply times 9 Skip Count by 3 Multiply times 3 Litre Skip Count by 6 Multiply times 6 Skip Count by 4 Multiply by Multiples of 10 using "Mittens" Multiply times 4 4 Quarters = 1 Dollar Skip Count by 7 Multiply times 7 Multiply times 100 with "Mittens" Skip Count by 8 Multiply times 8 Centimetres, Metres Multiple Digit Multiplication Place Value Notation Rounding to 10, 100, 1000 Estimation Multiply times 11 and times 12 Double Digit Multiplication with Regrouping Multiple Digit Multiplication with Regrouping Finding Factors 25¢ = 1 Quarter 10 000 - 100 000 - 1 000 000 Grams, Kilograms Prime and Composite Numbers 1000 Metres = 1 Kilometre 1 Tonne = 1000 Kilograms
 Necessary Materials
 Gamma Demonstraction Video
 Sample Pages Here are a few sample pages for you to see what this curriculum is like.(requires Adobe Reader)
 Online Drill For more problems to practice the addition and subtraction facts.
 Scope and Sequence A walkthrough of the lessons and topics covered in this curriculum. (requires Adobe Reader)
 Placement Testing The competency exams were created for the benefit of the teacher and the student, to determine what level of mathematics the student has mastered so they will know in which book to begin.
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