With these cards your child can practice finding what multiplication problem goes with the array. They’ll be able to draw their own arrays to match the equation, too.
You can put this activity in a center for independent work or it can be used in a small group setting. Students will match the array equations with the pictures of the arrays.
Another way to use this is with the game of Scoot! Place the array pictures on each desk. Each child has a recording sheet to write their answers on. They start behind a desk, write down the equation, then when you say “Scoot!” they move one desk down and repeat.
The arrays range from 2x3 up to 7x5.
The clipart is from DJ Inkers. My license number is 813188178
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