# Multiplication & Division

There are so many ways to think creatively about multiplication and division! When you practice different strategies and ways to represent multiplication and division problems, you will better see how these two mathematical operations are related to each other. Check out the video lessons and resources below to practice multiplication and division at home!

## Heart-at-Home Videos

### Solving Multiplication Problems with Arrays

Watch this video to learn how to solve multiplication problems using arrays!

### Drawing to Solve Division Problems

Watch this video to learn how to draw to solve a division problem!

### Multiplication War with Playing Cards

Watch this video to learn how to play Multiplication War!

## Heart-at-Home Activity Boards

### Multiply & Divide Activity Board A

Practice Multiplication & Division at home with 15+ games and activities on our Student Activity Boards!

### Multiply & Divide Activity Board B

Practice Multiplication & Division at home with 15+ games and activities on our Student Activity Boards!

### Multiply & Divide Activity Board C

Practice Multiplication & Division at home with 15+ games and activities on our Student Activity Boards!

## Jamboard Practice

### Find the Error

Practice recognizing word problems that accurately reflect various multiplication and division scenarios!

### Using Arrays

Sometimes, it is helpful to think about multiplication in a different way: using rows to keep track of groups. Try it out with this activity!

### Brainstorming Things in Groups

Let's become familiar with multiplication as it appears in the "real world" - repeated equal groups!

## Other Resources

### Virtual Deck of Cards

Need a deck of cards for the activities and videos above? Try this virtual set! Click on the card to turn it over, then hold down your cursor to move the card around.

### Cups of Counters

Learn how to play, "Cups of Counters," a division game from Math Perspectives that can be played using items around the house!

### How Many In the Cups?

Learn how to play, "How Many in the Cups?" a multiplication game from Math Perspectives that can be played using items around the house!