This 7 page lesson uses word problems and drawing pictures to help practice finding products when 8 and 9 are factors. It should be used at the end of your multiplication unit. The lesson is broken into five sections. In Baltimore County, we call this a 5E lesson. Each "E" stands for a separate piece of learning throughout the lesson. The "5E's" are engage, explore, explain, extend, and evaluate. The evaluation piece of this lesson is broken into short responses. The questions included in the evaluation will ask your students to identify multiplication sentences for arrays. The final questions on this evaluation focus on having your students explain their thinking by answering specific questions and drawing pictures to arrive at their answer.