Usage of Common Multiples Exploratory - 4th grade math
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    Lulu Ottaviani is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default Usage of Common Multiples Exploratory - 4th grade math

    I'm trying to figure out the way in which to use properly the grid in the Common Multiples Exploratory. I know I'm somehow missing steps to generate the common multiples pattern.


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    SpiritT4L is offline Columnists
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    Exploratory lessons are non-graded activities that allow children to engage in more practice with a particular concept. The exploratory activities act as a visual math strategy, giving children the use of commonly helpful manipulatives, such as Base 10 blocks, charts, tangrams, patterns, function tables, and equation scales.

    Variables: The variables are found on the left side and will need to be clicked on. Then, children will click in the desired place on the worksheet for those variables to appear.

    The Number Buttons: When click on the numbers, number corresponding question will appear for each.

    The Key Button: By click on the key, a child can check their work and answers

    The Type Button: This feature allows students to type their work in, as if using scratch paper.

    The Help Button: will give students hints and directions as to how to use the manipulative.

    Good Luck!
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    timr21 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Default Re: Usage of Common Multiples Exploratory - 4th grade math

    Hi. We're struggling with this particular exploratory. We understand the general nature of "exploratories" - but this one is unclear. What is a number stem? What is the a pattern generator? How does it all relate to the colors and shapes and text? Please advise.


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