Monday, December 13, 2010

More Multiplication Facts. This Time It's Times Nine!

I'm so excited! Here are 2 more multiplication MC's to dazzle you with their "x 9 Rhmye." Give it UP!!!



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This takes a lot of guts. Girls, thank you very much for all of your hard work and for taking a risk. I really appreciate you participating in this.

Sincerely,
Mr. Pahl

4 comments:

  1. Dear Mr. Pahl,

    I think multiplication facts are very important for the future of your life because many jobs include mathematics and multiplication facts are a, in my opinion, a shortcut.

    Multiplication is a great way of math if you're a 4th grader because division problems are multiplication problems but switched around and so you can use multiplication strategies with division problems.

    love,
    Shark Fin

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  2. I can't remember how we learned our multiplication facts, but it had to do with a circle. I always liked multiplication. You have taught the kids a great way to remember! Thanks for your creativity.
    Alexandria's Mom

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  3. Dear Mr.Pahl,
    I hope you have a great to the San Juan islands and HAPPY NEW YEAR I really hope you plan fun activities for us including art or free choice time.And could you bring Luna to our school for at least an hour or two.
    Sincerely,
    Woodchucker

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  4. Dear Mr Pahl’s class,
    I think Lilia &Tatum did a very good job as you said it does take a lot of guts to do what they did . I hope more people put there videos on the blog
    From,

    Jenny

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