Miss M's Little Shop proudly presents to you this wonderful Array Journal. I have used this many times in math centers, or morning work. To set this up I either create an array with math manipulatives, or have my students create their own. Then students draw their array, after the students write what the array is, and how they solved it. An example response would be; "This is a 3 by 4 array which equals 12. I know this because I counted each dot. There are 3 rows and 4 columns. So 3x4=12." This is a wonderful tool because this can easily be geared up or geared down for your students.