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*A note on standards – we have used Common Core Math Standards for examples, but whatever your state or district standards, we’re sure those included multiplication and division of integers, division of a fraction by an integer, etc.*

## Multiplication and Division of Fractions Scripts

**Multiplication**– Cooking for Huge Celebrity Party – Chef Jean Pierre has a mega-famous client holding a huge party, so he needs to multiply the fractions for cups of salt, butter and vegetable oil to serve a crowd. The script options call for multiplying by 9, but can be changed to multiply by any number.**Division**– Cooking for Celebrity Client – Chef Jean Pierre has a mega-famous client holding a very exclusive party, so he needs to divide the fractions for cups of salt, butter and vegetable oil to serve a smaller group. The script options call for dividing by 2, but can be changed to divide by any number.

## Multiplication and Division of Integers scripts

**CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.C.7**– Fluently multiply and divide within 100**CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.3.OA.A.3**– Use multiplication and division within 100 to solve word problems

- Baking for a Party Granny hates parties but somehow she agreed to do one, and now she needs to compute her recipe for 3 times as many people. Of course, you can edit the script for any multiple or divisor.
- Cooking for Celebrity Client – Chef Jean Pierre has a mega-famous client throwing a huge event, so he needs to multiply the number of eggs, cups of flour, etc. The script options call for multiplying by 9 or dividing by 2, but can be changed to multiply or divide by any number.