# Math Videos for At-Home Learning

Multiplication: Doubling and Halving (Student Video)
Best-suited for kids who have already had practice with multiplication facts, and who can easily figure out the doubles or halves of numbers

Subtracting 9 and 19 (Student Video)
Best-suited for kids who are able to subtract 10 from a 2-digit number easily; will also be useful for older kids who rely on the traditional algorithm for subtraction (setting up the numbers vertically, and then using “borrowing”)

DIY Base Ten Blocks (teacher or parent video)

Base ten blocks are widely used in classrooms to build and represent numbers. This is an essential step in developing number sense, because it allows students to understand numbers in a hands-on way. Here’s a DIY option for parents to use at home during this time of school closures. Student videos for base ten activities are coming soon!

Best-suited for: Children who are in their first few years of learning to add/subtract; or kids of ANY age who are struggling with addition and subtraction

How to Multiply by 2 (Student Video)

Best-suited for: any child who is interested in learning multiplication, or who needs extra practice OR any child who has previously relied on memorization of the multiplication facts

How to Multiply by 3 (Student Video)
Best-suited for: any child who is interested in learning multiplication, or who needs extra practice OR any child who has previously relied on memorization of the multiplication facts

How to Multiply by 5 (Student Video)

Best-suited for: any child who is interested in learning multiplication, or who needs extra practice OR any child who has previously relied on memorization of the multiplication facts

How to Multiply by 7 (Student Video)

Best-suited for: any child who is interested in learning multiplication, or who needs extra practice OR any child who has previously relied on memorization of the multiplication facts

How to Multiply by 8 (Student Video)
Best-suited for: any child who is interested in learning multiplication, or who needs extra practice OR any child who has previously relied on memorization of the multiplication facts