Great for morning work, seatwork, or centers.
These are geared towards 2nd grade, but can be used for advanced firsties and struggling 3rd graders.
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If your students need extra practice with arrays, then these worksheets will surely provide that.
Here's what's included:
**6 Pages ~ Directions: Answer the question for each set of arrays.
**2 Pages ~ Directions: Color an array to represent the problem below.
**2 Pages ~ Directions: Draw an array to represent the problem below.
**2 Pages ~ Directions: Complete each puzzle below. The first one is done for you.
**2 Pages ~ Directions: Write and draw the turn-around fact for each array below.
**1 Page ~ Directions: Read each problem, then draw an array to represent the problem. Then write a multiplication problem to go with the array.
**2 Pages ~ Directions: Finish the chart below by filling in the missing part(s) in each row.
**2 Pages Cut and Paste ~ Directions: Cut and paste the repeated addition problem to the correct array.
Directions: Cut and paste the array to the
correct multiplication problem.
**2 Pages Cut and Paste ~ Directions: Cut and paste the array, repeated addition and multiplication problem in the same row.
**4 Pages of Interactive Notebook
**Spin an Array ~ Use a paper clip and a pencil. Spin 2 times. Write the numbers down. Draw an array. Then write a repeated addition problem.
**Roll, Make It, Write It ~ Directions: Roll a dice 2 times and record.
Draw an array, then write a repeated addition problem.