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Free Tutoring Math Online for Multiplying with Free Tutoring for Math Videos

Free Tutoring for Math

Free tutoring math online will help your child learn to multiplication.  Every problem within this post has a tutoring for math video, so your child can develop the crucial skill of multiplying large numbers.  The word problems involve fun situations with animals that add to the interest and make the math more enjoyable.  First, your children will learn to use an area box, which is an easy way of keeping each number in the correct place value position.  Next, your children will learn how to use skip counting any time they forget their multiplication facts.  All the while, your child will have the support of the free tutoring for math video.

This post is part of a series designed to offer homework help in math, so that ANYONE can successfully multiply large numbers.  The first book, (Area Multiplication: Book 1) teaches how to multiply a two digit number by another two digit number, as in 86 x 97.  The second book, (Area Multiplication: Book 2) teaches how to multiply a two digit number by a three digit number, as in 94 x 368.  The third book, (Area Multiplication: Book 3) teaches how to multiply a two digit number by a four digit number, as in 37  x 6,375.  This is the fourth book (Area Multiplication: Book 4).  It teaches how to multiply a three digit number by a four digit number, as in  694  x 6,368.  And, the fifth book, (Area Multiplication: Book 5) teaches how to multiply with decimals.

I developed Area Multiplication specifically for my students who did NOT know their multiplication facts and could not multiply large numbers.  I have had incredible results!  These strategies work with children who have ADHD, Dyslexia, and other learning disabilities.  Virtually every one of my students who has learned this strategy has passed the standards based assessment for multiplying large numbers.

Does your child struggle with multiplying large numbers, because he or she does not know all their multiplication facts?

The problem below is called a “Watch Me” challenge.  This Watch Me challenge introduces the strategies of skip counting and Area Multiplication.  More importantly, the video demonstrates how to use these two strategies while solving a multiplication problems.  I encourage you to watch this first video with your children and to discuss the strategies.  Then have your child write this first problem in their math notebook.

Answers for Math Homework: Challenge 1
Watch Me
Hide and Go Seek Zeek

Hide and Go Seek Zeek is all about having fun.  And, his favorite fun time activity is playing hide & go seek.  Zeek plays hide & seek for 9,463 seconds every day.  That’s just under 3 hours.  If Zeek played hide & go seek every day for one year (365 days) how many seconds did he spend playing hide & go seek?

Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video!
Press PLAY and Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video below.  Then copy these strategies into your notes!

Could your child benefit from a little One-On-One tutoring?

The problem below is called a “Work with Me” challenge.  This challenge encourages your child to work step-by-step along side me to solve this challenge.  All of the following challenges are called “On Your Own” challenges.  However, many of my students who struggle with multiplication will do five or six of the “On Your Own” challenges as a “Work with Me” challenge.  They play the video, pause it, and copy the strategies until they feel comfortable and confident.  Doing the problems as a “Work with Me” challenge is like having a personal tutor.

Answers for Math Homework: Challenge 2
Work With Me

Ignacio the Lettuce sharing Iguana

Ignacio the Lettuce sharing Iguana is the friendliest iguana in all of Brazil.  He always shares his lettuce with smaller iguanas.  As a matter of fact, over the past 749 days Ignacio shared 2,977 pieces of lettuce each and every day.  How many pieces of lettuce did Ignacio share all together?

Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video!
Gather your materials and press PLAY.  We’ll solve this problem together, while you watch the math tutorial video below.

Do your children get frustrated when they make a mistake?

We all make mistakes.  As a matter of fact, making mistakes is an essential part of the learning process.  This is why at the end of each of the following “On Your Own” challenges I encourage children to fix their mistakes.  Finding and fixing your own mistake is the fastest way to learn.

Answers for Math Homework: Challenge 3
On Your Own

Lazy Lion Pride

Meet the Lazy Lion Pride.  They nap more than any other pride of lions in the African Savana.  Each morning, this group of lions finds a comfortable branch and sleeps for exactly 9,876 seconds.  How many seconds will this pride of lions nap during the next 243 mornings?

Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video!
Once you complete the problem – Hit PLAY on the math tutorial video below.  Good Luck!

 

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Answers for Math Homework: Challenge 4
On Your Own

Soaring Sandy the Daredevil Sea Turtle

Soaring Sandy the Daredevil Sea Turtle is fearless.  When she sees a great white shark, rather than swim for safety, Soaring Sandy races straight for the shark.  She head butts the shark and sends it away from her children.  For the past 164 days her small area of ocean has been inundated with 7,538 great white sharks.  If Soaring Sandy had to defend her children from each and every shark, once a day, how many times did she headbutt a great white in the past 164 days?

Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video!
Once you complete the problem – Hit PLAY on the math tutorial video below.  Good Luck!

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Answers for Math Homework: Challenge 5
On Your Own

Rhett Rhino

Rhett Rhino wants to grow up to be just like his dad.  His dad is the sheriff of the African Plains.  When there is a dispute between a couple of zebras, guzzles, warthogs, or even lions, Rhett’s dad comes to the rescue and solves the problem.  Rhett’s dad has been the sheriff for 794 days.  Each day he resolved 5,806 disputes.  How many disputes has Rhett Rhino’s dad solved in all?

Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video!
Once you complete the problem – Hit PLAY on the math tutorial video below.  Good Luck!

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Answers for Math Homework: Challenge 6
On Your Own

Geraldine the Day Dreaming Giraffe

Geraldine the Day Dreaming Giraffe has a boyfriend that she can not stop thinking about.  All day long Geraldine sits and daydreams about their life together.  She dreams about getting married, finding a nice patch of savanna, and raising ten to fifteen baby giraffes.  As a matter of fact, Geraldine daydreams 8,673 seconds every single day.  How many seconds had Geraldine the Day Dreaming Giraffe spent daydreaming over the past 439 days?

Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video!
Once you complete the problem – Hit PLAY on the math tutorial video below.  Good Luck!

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Answers for Math Homework: Challenge 7
On Your Own

Kilroy the Komodo Dragon

Kilroy the Komodo Dragon is dangerous.  Hey, they don’t call him Kilroy for nothing.  Kilroy has killed, deer, carrion, pigs and even water buffalo.  In his defense, that is his food.  Kilroy only eats about once a month, but he eats 3,456 ounces of meat, (that’s over 180 pounds) at each meal.  How many ounces of meat has Kilroy the Komodo Dragon eaten in his past 369 meals?

Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video!
Once you complete the problem – Hit PLAY on the math tutorial video below.  Good Luck!

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Answers for Math Homework: Challenge 8
On Your Own

Martha Lyn the Mountain Lion

Martha Lyn the Mountain Lion is a model.  She wears no make up, yet her eyes are outlined with rich, black fur, her mouth is accented in white, and her cheekbones pop.  Photographers fly in from all over the world to film Martha Lyn.  As a matter of fact, for the past 573 days, Martha Lyn has had 6,394 pictures taken each and every day.  How many pictures have been taken of Martha Lyn the Mountain Lion?

Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video!
Once you complete the problem – Hit PLAY on the math tutorial video below.  Good Luck!

Answers for Math Homework: Challenge 9
On Your Own

Buffalo Bill

Buffalo Bill lives in Wyoming.  He is a male buffalo, and he weighs 2,186 pounds.  If there are 382 male buffalos in his herd that weigh the same amount of pounds that Buffalo Bill weighs, how much would they weigh all together?

Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video!
Once you complete the problem – Hit PLAY on the math tutorial video below.  Good Luck!

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Answers for Math Homework: Challenge 10
On Your Own

Hector Hornet

Hector Hornet is on the move.  He is constantly flying from here to there in search of food.  His favorite food is ribeye steak, which he steals from unsuspecting picnickers who visit his park.  Hector flaps his wings 1,496 times every minute.  If it takes Hector 276 minutes to find a picnicker who is having ribeye steak, how many times will he flap his wings?

Watch this Free Tutoring for Math Video!
Once you complete the problem – Hit PLAY on the math tutorial video below.  Good Luck!

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Need Help with Division?

I have a series on division that is specifically designed for children who do not have all of their multiplication facts memorized.   The series is designed in a similar manner to this series on multiplication, where each and every problem is linked to a video tutorial.  Here is a link to my series on Division.

Thank you for reading this article!

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TeachersDungeon is an Educational Fantasy Game.  It is 100% FREE!  The game is set to the Common Core Educational Standards, and is web-based, so it can be played on any device.  Many of the questions are accompanied by tutorials like the ones you saw here.

One Last Thing

If you like this post and found it helpful, please leave a brief comment.   As a teacher, perhaps the greatest reward I receive is from parents, children, and fellow teachers who use my strategies of education and succeed.

My mission in life and as an educator is to make people feel empowered, self-assured, and happy about who they are in this world!  We all have gifts to bestow upon our world.  Go forth and do so, and know that you are awesome!

Have a fantastic day – Brian McCoy

 

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