**Lifetime access** to *Gamma* streaming instruction videos and online South African version Instruction Manual & lesson solutions. USA – Skip Count Songs MP3s and Songbook PDFs, and other online resources from any browser. You’ll also have access to the Math-U-See Digital Manipulatives. Access begins at time of online purchase or redemption of access code.

*Note: After you purchase your digital pack (DP) you will receive an email with your access code. Please allow a minimum of 48hrs for activation.*

*Note: Digital Packs do not include Student Workbook or Tests.*

Once students have mastered the concepts of addition and subtraction (covered in Alpha and Beta), they are ready for multiplication. Gamma teaches single-digit facts and multiple-digit multiplication skills.

### Placement

Click here to do the Gamma Placement Test (0.2 MB)

### Focus

Multiplication for single and multiple-digit numbers and other topics.

### Includes

- Streaming instruction videos
- Online South African version Instruction Manual, lesson solutions
- Skip Count Songs MP3s and Songbook PDFs, and other online resources from any browser.
- Access to the Math-U-See Digital Manipulatives:
*(this includes**all**the manipulatives: the block set, fraction overlays and algebra and decimal inserts) see additional ‘Special Note’ at the end of the contents list.*

### Major Concepts and Skills Include

- Using strategies based on place value and properties of operations to multiply
- Fluently multiplying any combination of whole numbers
- Solving for an unknown factor
- Solving abstract and real-world problems involving addition, subtraction, and multiplication
- Measuring and computing area
- Relating concepts of area to addition and multiplication

### Additional concepts and skills

- Skip counting as a precursor to multiplication
- Adding and subtracting time in hours and minutes
- Multiplying, adding, and subtracting U.S. currency and standard units of measure
- Representing, recording, and interpreting data
- Understanding of basic fractions
- Estimating and solving measurement problems

### Contents

- Lesson 1 Rectangle, Factors and Products
- Lesson 2 Multiply by 1 and by 0 Commutative Property; Word Problem Tips
- Lesson 3 Skip Count by 2, 5 and 10
- Lesson 4 Multiply by 2, Litre
- Lesson 5 Multiply by 10, Metric Measure Summary; 10 Millimetres = 1 Centimetre Facts Review
- Lesson 6 Multiply by 5
- Lesson 7 Finding the Area of a Rectangle and a Square
- Lesson 8 Solve for an Unknown
- Lesson 9 Skip Count by 9, Multiples in Equivalent Fractions
- Lesson 10 Multiply by 9; Facts Review
- Lesson 11 Skip Count by 3
- Lesson 12 Multiply by 3; 3 Teaspoons=1 Tablespoon
- Lesson 13 Skip Count by 6, Equivalent Fractions
- Lesson 14 Multiply by 6; Facts Review
- Lesson 15 Skip Count by 4, 4 Cups=1 Litre
- Lesson 16 Multiply by 4
- Lesson 17 Skip Count by 7 and Multiplication by Multiples of 10
- Lesson 18 Multiply by 7 and Multiplication of Multiples of 100; 100 Centimetres=1 metre
- Lesson 19 Skip Count by 8
- Lesson 20 Multiply by 8; Facts Review
- Lesson 21 Multiple Digit Multiplication; Place value and Distributive Property
- Lesson 22 Rounding to 10, 100, 1,000 and Estimation
- Lesson 23 Double Digit by Double Digit and Multiplication by 11
- Lesson 24 Double Digit Multiplication with Regrouping; Mental Maths
- Lesson 25 Multiple Digit Multiplication with Regrouping
- Lesson 26 Finding Factors; Coins in a Rand
- Lesson 27 Place Value through Millions; 1000 Gram = 1 Kilogram; Mental Maths
- Lesson 28 More Multiple Digit Multiplication
- Lesson 29 Prime and Composite Numbers; Multiply by 12
- Lesson 30 1 Tonne=1000 kilograms and 1 Kilometre = 1000 Metres; Mental Maths
- Appendix
- Nineovers for Multiplication
- Solutions and Test Solutions Tables,
- Glossary and Index

**Special Note about the Manipulatives regarding the Digital Pack.**

*The **physical** manipulatives are an integral part of the Math-U-See instructional method and have been for more than 25 years. We do understand, however, that they can be difficult for families that are on the go and that they have physical limitations when building large problems. While instructors and students can use the digital version to build problems just as they would with the physical, we strongly believe that the digital should be used as a **supplement** after students have demonstrated understanding of the concept using the physical manipulatives. Research shows that the more different ways a student is exposed to a concept, the more likely they are to understand and retain it. In fact, according to Wenglinsky, “When students are exposed to hands-on learning on a weekly rather than a monthly basis, they prove to be 72% of a grade level ahead in mathematics and 40% of a grade level ahead in science.”*