In Dana Grizzell’s third grade classroom at Snow, students created multiplication models using Google Drawing. First, students used the Shapes function to create a group. Then, using the copy and paste functions, students created identical groups. Next, they downloaded an image from Google to create the objects in each group, also using the copy and paste function to create identical images. Finally, they distributed the images equally into the groups, and added the multiplication problem at the top.
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