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Area Model Multiplication Song | 3rd - 4th Grade

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🍎 Enjoy our growing library of math videos at https://www.numberock.com 🍎 Lesson Plan and Materials Below: 🍎 Video's Lesson Plan: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Area-Model-Multiplication-2-Digit-x-2-Digit-Multiplication-Video-Activities-2299942 🍎 🍎 NUMBEROCK DIGITAL LIBRARY: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Multiplying-Using-Parial-Products-Multiplication-Strategy-Animated-Math-Lessons-For-Kids-Fun-Math-Video-for-5th-Grade-4th-Grade-6th-Grade-Elementary-School-2200780 🍎 »»-------------¤-------------««»»-------------¤-------------«« Watch as Farmer Maslow takes us on a tour of his farm by the sea as he plants his new crops. As he plants a field of green beans, he'll be showing us how to multiply two-digits by two-digits using the area model. Also known as the Singapore Method, using geometric models to show a deeper understanding of the mechanics of multiplication is something that is a regular part of Farmer Maslow's everyday life. »»-------------¤-------------««»»-------------¤-------------«« Numberock Songs for: US Age Range 3rd Grade - 5th Grade Elementary School Math UK Age Range Year 4 Year 5 KS2 Maths »»-------------¤-------------««»»-------------¤-------------«« VERSE ONE A farmer was planting green beans in fourteen rows of fifteen. The area model is how he thought about the number of plants he got. First, he multiplied ten by ten and wrote one hundred with his pad and pen. Then he multiplied ten by five; there were fifty more plants coming alive. Then ten times four equals forty, and just the bottom corner was empty. So, he multiplied five by four and ended up with twenty more. CHORUS Split up the place values in multiplication. Multiply the tens to get the foundation. Then the other place values get multiplied. Add the partial products up, and check your work twice. VERSE THREE Then the farmer planted black beans in twenty-two rows of fifteen. To find out how many plants he had, he drew the area model on his sketch pad. He did twenty times ten and wrote two hundred down; then ten times two, and twenty’s what he found. Twenty times five was one hundred, and then, five times two equaled ten. He added two hundred, one hundred, twenty, and ten; the sum was three [hundred] thirty; he checked it again. So, there were three hundred thirty black beans in twenty-two rows of fifteen. __________________________________________ ABOUT US: http://www.NUMBEROCK.com is a provider of educational videos for kids which was founded by an innovative 5th Grade teacher who envisioned a new kind of classroom where students got energized for math class. Parents of his students even noticed their children singing mathematics songs around the dinner table well beyond school hours. Seeing his students so enthusiastic when it was time for math was welcome, to say the least! But the epiphanous moment was when students were singing math songs all-day long like they were in the American Top 40! We dare to believe that these math songs + videos can actually identify with elementary school children's increasingly finicky perception of what is cool and trendy. While each song is diverse in composition, most fit directly into the modern musical genres that excite young kids: genres such as Rap, R&B, Pop, Hip-Hop and even Reggae! Our main goal is to make teaching and learning math more fun and more interactive. SchoolHouse Rock! has done this in other subjects for us in the previous generations, and many of us still enjoy watching their YouTube Videos which teach us about Government, Science, and English amongst other subjects. __________________________________________ This video addresses the following Common Core Standards: 4.NBT.5 Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models. 5.NBT.B.6 Find whole-number quotients of whole numbers with up to four-digit dividends and two-digit divisors, using strategies based on place value, the properties of operations, and/or the relationship between multiplication and division. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
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Kyana garcia (1 year ago)
NUMBEROCK Math Songs omg hey we use your songs in google class room. And it really helps me.btw i love the rouding numbers song
Working on it, Francisco! Should be ready in a few months. Hope you like it.
Francisco J Rivas (1 year ago)
NUMBEROCK Math Songs can you please make one but in this case with long division like for example 3,382 divide 86
Bekelech Fakensa (1 month ago)
Good song🇬🇳
Joe Casson (1 month ago)
Why do all of the examples of this stupid method always have really simple problems than any normal person could work out in their head in 5 seconds?
Ethan Cameron (1 month ago)
thank you
Adriana Speltz (2 months ago)
this video is amazing it taught me so much!
Natnael worku (3 months ago)
good video
Stuffy Playz Roblox (3 months ago)
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mary robles (3 months ago)
Helped me alout
mary robles (3 months ago)
My favorite song
Summer Castrey (3 months ago)
Brandon Rangel (4 months ago)
Thank you helped me a lot.
Destiny Baker (4 months ago)
It help me
Jojo Piwa (4 months ago)
i'm in forth grade and this helped me alot
default skin (5 months ago)
my teacher showed this to us shoutout to ms millwood
mary robles (3 months ago)
I've him
TheCoolRobloxPlayer7 (5 months ago)
This is the best strategy for multiplication in the world I’m going to use this all the time at my school
darrelton hastings (6 months ago)
thanks cause it helped me a lot thanks
darrelton hastings (6 months ago)
it help me cause I seen it in math class and right now I watched it 6 times
Ben Glasscock (6 months ago)
My teacher showed this and this is catchy BTW I'm in 5th grade
Juvani Isles (11 months ago)
I like the beat
Juvani Isles (11 months ago)
That song is amazing
Amyani Nunez (11 months ago)
thank you
Sienna Ferrini (1 year ago)
This really helped me 🙃
Howtoplayjunier (1 year ago)
Who even likes school anyway? I hate it i want it to be destroyed plus shortens my recording time.THIS is why i want school destroyed and that sh**.
kila nidas (1 year ago)
Is this finding area using distributive property?
twistedblktrekie (3 months ago)
Yes, it does. What we usually call multiplication is actually the Distributive Property. The reason teachers teach the Area Model is to make sure that kids don't forget to distributive (or multiply) any parts. The Distributive Property comes up A LOT in math. As you continue to study it, you will usually see the Distributive Property represented like this: 14 X 15 = (10 + 4)(10 + 5)..or something similar to this. There are actually a lot of ways you could break down this problem, using the Distributive Property.
And your spelling is excellent, too!
ZainGaming-and vlogs (1 year ago)
this is what I have to learn because I'm in third grade
Haylee Eldridge (1 year ago)
Love it good for kids
Jesus Martinez (1 year ago)
my favorite song of math
Justine Roberts (1 year ago)
My teacher tought me it yesterday and now I know 54 times 29 is 2,286
Phil Swift (1 month ago)
+Joe Casson your abortion was a bull shit operation because it didn't work
Joe Casson (1 month ago)
+Phil Swift bullshit
Phil Swift (3 months ago)
+twistedblktrekie I mistyped it
twistedblktrekie (3 months ago)
+Phil Swift It's actually 1,566.
Phil Swift (6 months ago)
It's 1,556
thx for helping me with homework =3
Tremaine Williams (1 year ago)
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Swag Boiz (1 year ago)
Can you subscribe please thank you bye bye
Laila Oates (1 year ago)
Help me with my math
Aref Yaqubi (1 year ago)
Make some more v8dios for 5th grade area model you know i read all the comments and all of tham where praty good tjanks for writhing tham and wachaning our videos a very nice of u guys see you at my next videos byy
Francisco J Rivas (1 year ago)
Can you please make one but this tmi with long division like for example 3,382 divide 86
Yeah. We are working on an area model division song that should be ready in 3-6 months. Each song takes a lot of time, but rest assured, it is coming!
Punn (Punn) Poksombat (1 year ago)
I very like this song
Hratch Production (1 year ago)
thank you this helped me
Nivia Yapu (2 years ago)
4x10 q does not equal 14
Natnael worku (3 months ago)
it is 40
Rachelle Animates (1 year ago)
it said 40, i put on the captions on.
It's T.M.I (2 years ago)
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Joshua Jordan (2 years ago)
We're only doing two digit x one digit in my third grade class... but I still think this is good enough to show them. Nice video.
Hey Josh, thanks for the comment! I think that it would be useful for a lot of teachers to have a version of this song with two digit x one digit problems. Since I made this song for my lesson, it ended up being two digit x two digit to fit into my objective. Someday I hope to get around to covering every math topic from K-6.
Erik Moreno (2 years ago)
my teacher mr.ugalde loved tis tx it helped me on my test kinda lol :)
Go Mr. Ugalde! Tell the whole class Ben from NUMBEROCK says hello!
Mrs. Belcher (2 years ago)
I love this so much! It is going to be so helpful in teaching my 4th graders about the area model in the coming weeks. Thank you so much for making a groovy song to explain this multiplication strategy! :-)
+Stephanie Belcher THANKS! Stamps of approval from fellow teachers means so much to me. Keep groovin'
Nicholas K (2 years ago)
i dont like IT
Francisco J Rivas (1 year ago)
twistedblktrekie there's partial quotients
twistedblktrekie Absolutely! Thanks for your insightful reply. We have a standard algorithm song that will be coming out later in the school year.
twistedblktrekie (2 years ago)
The Area Model is just used to show the concept of what is going on with the numbers, but it's not the only way to multiply. There is also the standard algorithm and the Lattice Method of multiplication. There are more, but these are the most common ones.
Tennis Ball (2 years ago)
Rockey barfed... the whole garden. D:
Natnael worku (3 months ago)
where are the tennis balls ha
Land on Stuff (11 months ago)
Tennis Ball Yikes!
SANZ 36 (3 years ago)
these helped me in class a lot we just shade bench marks so it helped thxs
SANZ 36 (3 years ago)
Thanks cut I have 1 quescon can you mack a song about the 5 lbs is = to blank oz. Plz mack a song about that I'm having a hard time with that
+Isaiah Ganan Thank you for all your kind words. You rock Isaiah!
Tennis Ball (3 years ago)
I love it
Natnael worku (3 months ago)
I kind of love it
Giuseppe Burgio (3 years ago)
good work! math in music can be a great experience for many students ;-)
KB Musick (1 year ago)
I just heard someone saying that in an interview this morning
+Giuseppe Burgio Thanks Giuseppe

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