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Square Tiles to compose a Rectangle

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Examples, videos, and solutions to help Grade 2 students learn how to use square tiles to compose a rectangle, and relate to the array model.

Common Core Standards: 2.OA.4, 2.NBT.2, 2.NBT.6

New York State Common Core Math Grade 2, Module 6, Lesson 10, Lesson 11

Common Core Math Grade 2, Module 6, Lesson 10 worksheets
Common Core Math Grade 2, Module 6, Lesson 11 worksheets

Topic C: Rectangular Arrays as a Foundation for Multiplication and Division

NYS Math Module 6 Grade 2 Lesson 10, Lesson 11

Lesson 10 Homework

Cut out the square tiles below and construct the following arrays with no gaps or overlaps. Write a repeated addition sentence to match each construction on the line.
1. a. Construct a rectangle with 2 rows of 4 tiles.
b. Construct a rectangle with 2 columns of 4 tiles.
4.a. What shape is the array pictured below?
b. Redraw the above shape with one more column in the space below.
c. What shape is the array now?
d. Draw a different array of tiles that is the same shape as 4(c).



Lesson 11 Homework

3. a. Construct an array with 12 squares.
b. Write a repeated addition sentence to match the array.
c. Rearrange the 12 squares into a different array.
d. Write a repeated addition sentence to match the new array. 4. Construct 2 arrays with 14 squares.
a. 2 rows of _____ = _____
b. 2 rows of _____ = 7 rows of _____


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