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Ashleigh Keogh

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Arrays (Understanding Multiplication)

An array is a set of objects or numbers arranged in order, often in rows and columns. Arrays often make counting and calculating easier. 1. View the example. 2. Tap 3. Page 1: Click the to watch the video about arrays. How many rows are there? How many columns are there? How many peaches altogether? 4. Page 2: How many little squares altogether? Record two different ways you could find out the answer.​ 5. Page 3: How many lego blocks altogether? Record how you worked out the answer. How many little circles altogether? Record two different ways​ you could find the answer. 6. Press to submit your work.

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Math
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Students will be able to understand the basic concept of multiplication and solve multiplication equations using array models as a tool. Arrays are visual and allows for students to solve multiplication problems by using skip counting or additive strategies.