3rd Grade - Multiply With 4-Digit Numbers

 Grade Level: 3rd Skill: Multiplication and Division Topic: Multiply with 4-Digit Numbers Goal: Solve simple problems involving multiplication of multidigit numbers by one-digit numbers Skill Description: Number Sense: Simple Multiplication Problems The ability to multiply larger numbers by a single digit number. Ability to solve simple problems involving multiplication of multidigit numbers by one-digit numbers.

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Extra Help Problems

 (1) 4 x 456= (1,824) (2) 8,902 x 3= (26,706) (3) 5 times 80 equals (400) (4) A king had three daughters and they each picked a dozen roses in the garden. How many roses did they pick in all? (36) (5) A cookie tray has 5 kinds of cookies. There are 8 of each kind. How many cookies are there? (40) (6) Two fish live in a bowl. Each one can eat 9 flakes of fish food per day. How many flakes of fish food will Bill need to count out today so that his fish will have enough, but not too much food? (18) (7) A box has 100 puzzle pieces in it. Ann has 4 puzzles of this type. How many puzzle pieces does she have all together? (400) (8) A merry-go-round has 4 black horses in each section of the platform. There are 3 platform sections. How many black horses are there? (12) (9) There are 6 bags of jelly beans in Bob’s box. The label says that there are at least 42 jelly beans in each bag. What are the fewest jelly beans that he has? (252) (10) Tom, Jack, May, and Sarah each own a puppy. How many paws do their puppies have, altogether? (16; 4 children, 4 paws per puppy) (11) A gumball machine has 300 gumballs in it. Next to the gumball machine are 3 more just like it, but the colors of the gumballs are different in each. How many gumballs are in all of the machines together? No one has bought any gumballs yet. (1200) (12) Lina’s mom likes to put 6 flowers in each vase. There are 6 flower vases to fill. How many flowers must Lina cut from her flower garden? (36) (13) Jose plans to use old egg cartons as planters to start some seeds growing. He has 6 cartons saved up for this purpose. If he plants one seed in each section of the cartons, and all grow, how many plants will he have? (72) (14) Juan, Bill, Tyree, Sam, and Colin plan to start a club. They will want to have refreshments, so each boy agreed to bring 7 items of food to share with his friends. If they put all of these things on a table, how many items will there be on the table before anyone eats one? (5 boys x 7 items each =35 items) (15) Mr. Blake’s class is treated to ice cream. Each of the 22 children in the class is given a 2-scoop cone. How many scoops of ice cream were needed? (22 x 2=44) (16) 90 x 9 = (810) (17) 45 x 4 = (180) (18) 86 x 9 = (774) (19) 68 x 10 = (680) (20) 27 x 9 = (243) (21) 78 x 8 = (624) (22) 44 x 4 = 176) (23) 81 x 5 =( 405) (24) 86 x 9 = (774) (25) 72 x 8 = (576)