30 Task Cards to practice using array models to interpret multiplication and division. There are no specific instructions on the cards so you can use them as math models in any way you want.
Answer Key stating the simple a x b dimensions of the arrays for your reference and blank answer document for students to record their answers are included.
Uses for these 30 task cards are limited only by your own creativity! However, here are some ideas to get you started.
**Post the cards around the room. The students Read the Room until they have answered them all on the answer sheet.
**Divide the cards up and give some to each partnership or group of students to complete. Have them report their answers and procedures to the class.
**Activities for Centers or Stations
**Flash Card review activities
**Kagan inspired structures such as Quiz-Quiz-Trade, Fan and Pick, Showdown, Rally Coach, etc.
**Quiz-Style Game Show question cards
**Small Group intervention practice
**Testing Review games/activities