Learners solve six word problems where they use the array model of multiplication to find the product of multiplication problems with factors 0 to 12.
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Relate Multiplication and Division
Young mathematicians solve multiplication and division problems pertaining to the row and columns in arrays. This guides learners through a step-by-step process in understanding the concepts behind the math facts and also provides a...
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable
Find the Area of a Rectangle by Partitioning it into Arrays of Same Size Squares
Tiling is a great method to use when introducing young mathematicians to the concept of area. In the second video of the series, this process is clearly modeled both by laying down unit squares in arrays and by drawing lines to create...
8 mins 2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed
Solve Multiplication Problems by Drawing an Array
Here's a great way to learn about the powerful multiplication strategy of using arrays. A review discusses multiplication in terms of repeated addition, grouping, and as arrays. Then, two examples illustrate how to figure out word...
4 mins 2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed
Understand the Commutative Property by Naming Arrays
An array acts as the vehicle for learning a powerful multiplication strategy–counting in patterns to multiply. With a step-by-step visual breakdown of multiple methods for counting a 4x2 array, learners see that there is more than one...
5 mins 2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed
Multiplication Using Arrays, Number Lines, and Repeated Additions
An educational article can be as useful a tool as a good lesson. This article focuses on how one can use arrays, repeated addition, and number lines to reinforce a deeper understanding of multiplication. Links to 5 different worksheets...
2nd - 4th Math
Find the Area of a Polygon Using Multiplication
Use prior experience with the array model of multiplication to teach young mathematicians how to find the area of rectangles in the first video of this four-part series. Multiple examples are presented that clearly demonstrate this...
3 mins 2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed