I created this activity for students to demonstrate what they know about multiplication. This can be used as a math warm-up, centers activity, or whole-class lesson. In the bubbles on the top, students put the number pair of the day. (You have 10 pages with different # combos with products of 30 or less--so that the number line printed will work)
There is an example page for your reference as well as a set of posters that explain what to do in each box.
One thing to watch for is that students want to switch the #order--don't let them. 4 x 6 means four groups of six. On the array that should be shown with 4 rows of 6, NOT six rows of 4. On repeated addition it is four six's or 6+6+6+6. Order matters except for the commutative box--but even then I think it should be shown with the pair order first.
This pack includes 1 reproducible page, 1 example page, 10 number pair pages, and a set of 10 teaching posters.
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