Multiplications: Polka Dot Answers

For this multiplication worksheet, students write a simple multiplication problem, drawing a dot pattern that represents their problem, then writing the numerical equivalent. The pattern is set up in a row pattern; i.e. 4x7. Students are given 3 examples for modeling.

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