Warm-up How Many Do You See: An Array of Shapes
How many do you see? How do you see them?
Activity 1 Represent Array Situations
Use objects or drawings to represent each situations with an array.
Write a multiplication expression to represent each situation.
There are 3 rows of chairs. Each row has 5 chairs.
There are 4 rows of cars. Each row has 5 cars in it.
There are 2 rows of eggs. Each row has 6 eggs.
There are 2 teams of students lined up. Each team has 10 students.
Activity 2 Connect Arrays to Expressions
Draw an array for each multiplication expression. Be prepared to share your reasoning.
There are 4 rows of water bottles in the box. There are 5 bottles in each row.
Draw an array representing the situation. Then, write a multiplication expression representing the number of water bottles.