Use this resource to help your students skip-count and notice patterns in the hundreds chart.
Learners make the connection from counting and addition to multiplication in this equal groups worksheet.
Dividing arrays into equal groups will teach your 3rd grader that multiplication can be shown visually! Use this multiplication worksheet to practice.
Help your child grasp multiplication by connecting it to concepts they already understand.
Use this worksheet to help your students focus on strategies to multiply by five.
This fun candy-themed game gets your students practicing their multiplication facts and connecting them to repeated addition.
Use this chart to help your students discover multiples of five.
Review how to label the different parts of a multiplication sentence, then practice writing multiplication sentences to find the total.
Use this worksheet to practice using repeated multiplication and addition to find the total number of objects.
We'll show you a real-life example of an array, then it's your turn to use one to write and solve a multiplication problem!
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson: Multiplication Strategies.
Practice locating equal groups of two, three, and four with this fun exercise.