Children will use star arrays to solve 11 single-digit multiplication problems.
Solve word problems using one of the following strategies: draw an array, draw equal groups, skip count forward, repeated addition, or multiplication sentences.
Find the total by writing both repeated addition and multiplication equations.
Review key division terms dividend, quotient, array, skip count, repeated subtraction, and divisor in this word-matching exercise.
Give your students a real-world visual of cars and parking lots as they get comfortable with arrays and the commutative property of multiplication.
Record the number of rows and columns for the arrays shown. Then, write a multiplication sentence for each one.
Familiarize yourself with arrays and practice using them to write multiplication sentences in this worksheet.
Calling all math-bots! Use the equal group drawings to solve the multiplication problems shown here.
In this worksheet, you'll put your addition and multiplication skills to the test as you solve a word problem for Betty the Baker Robot.