
Multiplication Facts Challenge

Factors and Multiples
Order of Operations
Geometry
G1. Identify regular polygons and congruent polygons.
G1.1 Identifying angles as right, obtuse, acute,or straight G1.2 Classifying triangles as equilateral, isosceles, or scaleneG1.3 Identifying figures that have rotational symmetry
G1.4 Predicting the results of a flip (reflection), turn (rotation), or slide(translation)
G1.1 Identifying angles as right, obtuse, acute,or straight G1.2 Classifying triangles as equilateral, isosceles, or scaleneG1.3 Identifying figures that have rotational symmetry
G1.4 Predicting the results of a flip (reflection), turn (rotation), or slide(translation)
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Fractions
N4. Determine the sum and difference of fractions with common and uncommon denominators.
N4.1 Changing mixed numbers to improper fractions N4.2 Solving problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions with common and uncommon denominators
N4.3 Using least common multiples N4.4 Estimating sums and differences of fractions
N4.1 Changing mixed numbers to improper fractions N4.2 Solving problems involving addition and subtraction of fractions with common and uncommon denominators
N4.3 Using least common multiples N4.4 Estimating sums and differences of fractions
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Multiplication
N2. Solve problems involving basic operations on whole numbers, including addition and subtraction of sevendigit numbers, multiplication with twodigit multipliers, and division with twodigit divisors.
N2.1 Estimating products and quotients N2.2 Determining divisibility by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10 N2.3 Demonstrating computational fluency with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers
N2.1 Estimating products and quotients N2.2 Determining divisibility by 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10 N2.3 Demonstrating computational fluency with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers
Division Practice
Decimals
Place Value
N1. Demonstrate number sense by comparing, ordering, rounding, and expanding whole numbers through millions and decimals to thousandths.
N1.1 Relating percents to parts out of 100 by using equivalent fractions and decimals N1.2 Determining the value of a digit to thousandths
N1.1 Relating percents to parts out of 100 by using equivalent fractions and decimals N1.2 Determining the value of a digit to thousandths
Finding Volume
N3. Solve word problems that involve decimals, fractions, or money
A1. Demonstrate the commutative, associative, and identity properties of addition and multiplication of whole numbers.
Measurement
M3. Convert a larger unit of measurement to a smaller unit of measurement within the same system (customary or metric).
Cartesian Plane
G2. Identify components of the Cartesian plane, including the xaxis, yaxis, origin, and quadrants.
Test Prep
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N3.1 Solving word problems involving elapsed time
N5. Identify numbers less than zero by extending the number line.
M1. Estimate perimeter and area of irregular shapes using unit squares and grid paper.
M2. Calculate the perimeter of rectangles from measured dimensions.
M2. Calculate the perimeter of rectangles from measured dimensions.
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