Five times table practice – Multiply by 5 quiz & worksheets

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A fun way to learn & practice x 5 times tables

In two brief stages, children will learn 5 times tables from this video.

In the first phase of learning, he will first listen for all the 5 times tables and trying to remember it. Then a small video quiz is display to test its knowledge; after each multiply by 5 that is set, he must provide the appropriate answer – A very simple way for five times table practice.

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Explanation

Well understand x5 times tables

To well understand five times table practice we’ll use arrays, equal groups, repeated addition and number line. As usual, let’s try to resolve a word problem.
Celine has three breads. She divides each into 5 slices of bread. How many slices of bread does she have in all?

Multiply by 5 using array repartition

Looking at the array below, you may notice a distribution of pieces of bread as it was described in the problem.

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The number of bread is the value that has set the number of row of the array, while with the amount of slices of bread; we get the number of the array columns. A well established distribution, which makes easy to determine the quantity of slices of bread Celine has in all.

The number of slices of bread is 15.

Multiply by 5 using repeated addition

By following a logical reasoning as above or making use of the array data, the equation of repeated addition is:

5 + 5 + 5 = 15 3 x 5 = 15

We have 15 slices of bread in all.

Multiply by 5 using equal groups

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Here is the explation that give information about equal groups construction. We have 3 breads each divides into 5 slices. We clearly have 3 groups each containing 5 slices of breads. Using fives skip counting, we find 5, 10, 15… 15 slices of bread

Multiplication by 5 using number line

If we count fives, we get the following number line on with three hops reach 15. We have the same answer 15 slices of bread

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