## Learning Target 1:

I can classify whole numbers. This means I can...
• figure out if a number (1-100) is prime or composite.
• systematically find all the factor pairs for a given number.
• list some multiples of a number from 1 to 100.
• determine if a given whole number is a multiple of a given one digit number.

### Extend:

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## Learning Target 2:

I can use multiplication to compare quantities. This means I can...
• understand the difference between additive and multiplicative comparisons. ("How many more?" vs. "How many times as much?")
• create, represent and solve word problems that involve multiplicative comparisons.
• create multiplication and division equations to represent word problems involving multiplicative comparisons.

### Practice:

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## Learning Target 3:

I can use a variety of strategies, involving place value concepts, properties of operations, and the relationship between multiplication and division to solve problems. This means I can...
• estimate solutions to multiplication and division problems.
• multiply a whole number (up to 4 digits) by a 1 digit whole number.
• multiply 2 two-digit numbers.
• use basic multiplication/division facts and patterns to solve larger problems.
• use a variety of strategies to divide a number (with up to 4 digits) by a single digit number (with whole number quotients and remainders).
• illustrate and explain multiplication and division strategies by using equations, rectangular arrays, area models and bar models.

## Learning Target 4:

I can use multiplication and division (along with addition and subtraction) to solve multi-step word problems. This means I can...
• use the four operations in solving multi-step world problems (interpreting remainders as necessary).
• represent a world problem by using equations with letters standing for the unknown number.
• check the reasonableness of my answer based on estimation, mental math and rounding numbers.

## Learning Target 5:

I can use what I know about place value to help me explain why and how a number changes when I multiply it by a multiple of 10 or when I divide multiples of 10 and 100 by one-digit numbers.

### Extend:

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