Lesson Plan of Mental Mathematical Strategies to Multiply Numbers
Subject Mathematics
Grade III
Students` Learning Outcomes
 Apply mental mathematical strategies to multiply numbers up to the table of 10.
Information for Teachers
 Multiplication tables help to multiply numbers mentally.
 Mental calculation is helpful in daily life; we can multiply the numbers speedily to solve daily life problems.
 While teaching the lesson, also consult textbook where and when applicable.
Material / Resources
Writing board, chalk/marker, duster, worksheet, mathematics textbook
Introduction
 Work on the board:
 Ask the students, how can we solve this question mentally?
 Collect their feedback and tell them that with the help of multiplication table, we can solve it.
 Ask the students to say multiplication table of 4 loudly.
 Ask the students to stop the table, when the number ‘20’ comes.
 On completion, write on the board: 4 times 5 = 20, 4 x 5 = 20
 So the required answer is 5.
Development
Activity 1
 Write on the board:
 Ask any student to come in front and read the table of 3 loudly until the number ‘24’ comes.
 On completion, tell the students that the number ‘24’ comes at 8.
 So 8 is our required answer.
 Write the answer on the board.
 Repeat this activity for more questions.
 Involve maximum students in this activity.
 Pay special attention to the slow learners.
Sum up / Conclusion
 Revise the multiplication tables up to 10.
Assessment
 Ask the students to solve the following worksheet or draw on the board.
Follow up
 Solve mentally at your home:

 How many fingers in 2 hands?
 How many days in 5 weeks?
 How many wheels in 3 cars?

 Write the answers in your notebooks.
Ask the students to solve the questions given in the textbook
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