## Video: How to Solve a Problem

How to Solve a Problem: Make it an Easier Problem Using the example of subtraction with three-digit numbers, this video shows how to solve a problem by making it into an easier problem.

## Video: Perimeter of a Polygon

How to Find the Perimeter of a Polygon Learn how to find the perimeter using multiplication and addition and how to identify polygons. Examples including finding the perimeter for a rectangle, triangle, and a square. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FEzTscZZ6s

## Video: Multiply 2 and 3 Digit Numbers

Long Multiplication: Multiply 2 and 3-Digit Numbers This long multiplication video provides step-by-step examples. Students new to long multiplication learn to break down a long multiplication problem into 5 steps to solve it. Afterward, do a math reality check (1:46). https://youtu.be/rKQ-2WMNMnU

## Video: Long Multiplication

Let’s talk about long multiplication starting with multiplying two numbers. Examples are enclosed in the video.

## Video: Answering Questions with Bar Charts

Answering Questions with Bar Charts Dr. Longie uses bar charts to track the buffaloes and keep Mean Mena from getting him fired.

## Video: What is Half?

What is Half? This short (1:40) video explains that one-half is two equal parts, with examples of one-half as a distance between two points or as a shape divided into two parts.

## Video: How to Do Long Division

How to Do Long Division This continues where the previous Long Division video left off. Provides step-by-step examples for long division. https://youtu.be/MxSLpZ6YKaw

## Video: Solve Long Division Problems by Guessing

Solving Long Division Problems by Guessing Can the first step in solving a long division problem really be to guess at the answer? Yes, yes, it can. https://youtu.be/KkdHdqi73ds

## Book List: Hispanic Heritage Month

Previous Next National Hispanic Heritage Month: It’s Always Time to Read! Let’s celebrate the contributions that Hispanic people made to art, math, science, society, and culture. These books are great for your ELA, ELL, and Spanish language classes that are sure to immerse your kids in this richly diverse society. Have fun reading, bookworms!National Hispanic