Skip counting is when you count by a specific number instead of counting by one each time. In this lesson, students will use skip counting to learn the multiplication facts of 2 and 5.
The commutative property states that changing the order of numbers being multiplied does not change their product. In this lesson, students will use arrays to understand how the commutative property applies to multiplication.
Turn-around facts are pairs of multiplication equations that have the same product but different factors. In this lesson, students will practice finding turn-around facts using skip counting and applying the commutative property.