### Multiplication Array Worksheets

Free math worksheets to help you relate multiplication to the array model.

Learn how to write a multiplication fact or multiplication statement to describe a given array.

What is a multiplication array?

An array is a group of objects arranged in rows and columns. We can use a multiplication fact or multiplication statement to describe the array. We can also represent the multiplication fact using a multiplication array.

Have a look at this video if you need to learn how to represent multiplication using arrays.

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Multiplication Array Worksheet #1

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### Word Problems

- Emma collects rocks. She arranges them in 4 rows of 3. Draw Emma’s array to show how many rocks she has altogether. Then write a multiplication sentence to describe the array.
- Joshua helps his father organize cans of food in the cupboard. He makes an array with the cans and thinks, “My cans show 5 × 3!” Make a drawing that shows how many cans are in Joshua’s array.
- Judy collects seashells. She arranges them in 3 rows of 6. Draw Judy’s array to show how many seashells she has all together. Then write a multiplication sentence to describe the array.
- Roger has a collection of stamps. He arranges the stamps into 5 rows of 4. Draw an array to represent
Roger’s stamps. Then write a multiplication sentence to describe the array.
- Kimberly arranges her 18 markers in an array. Draw an array that Kimberly might make. Then write a
multiplication sentence to match your array.

Multiplication Array Lesson

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