**Lesson Plan of Multiplication**

**Subject Mathematics**

**Grade III**

**Students` Learning Outcomes**

- Use the term ‘product’ for multiplication of two numbers.
- Multiply a number by zero.

**Information for Teachers**

- When two numbers are multiplied, the answer of the multiplication is called product.

- When we multiply a number by zero, the answer is always zero.

- While teaching the lesson, also consult textbook where and when applicable.

**Material / Resources**

Writing board, chalk/marker, duster, mathematics textbook, number flashcards

**Introduction**

- Write the following questions on the board:

- Ask the students: when two numbers are multiplied, what do we call the answer of multiplication?
- Collect their feedback and tell them that the answer of multiplication is called product.
- Write on the board:

- Ask the students, can you solve this question?
- After their feedback, tell them that when we multiply a number by zero, the answer is always zero.
- Solve the question on the board.

**Development**

**Activity 1**

- Place the following number flashcards in front of the class:

- Call any student and ask to pick any two flashcards.
- Then ask to find the product of two selected numbers.
- Ask to write the answer on the board.
- Check the answer and correct the mistake if any.
- Repeat this activity by involving some more students.

**Activity 2**

- Write the following question on the board: find the product of 8 and 6.

- Ask any student to solve the question on the board.
- Check the work after completion.
- Write some more questions on the board and involve maximum students for board participation.

**Activity 3**

- Ask the students to solve the following questions in their notebooks:

- Check their work and appreciate them.

**Sum up / Conclusion**

- When two numbers are multiplied, the answer of the multiplication is called product.
- When we multiply a number by zero, the answer is always zero.

**Assessment**

- Write the following questions on the board:
- Ask the students to copy these in their notebooks and solve.
- Circle the ‘product’ in each question.

**Follow up**

- Find the product:

- Ask the students to solve the questions given in the textbook.