Lots of interesting conversations were had about how to make arrays.
Would we draw it in 5 rows of 6, or 6 rows of 5?
And, hey! Did you notice that 3 rows of 4 covers the same number of squares as 2 rows of 6? Cool!
Iven and Preston came up with another creative way to show what a roll of the dice meant!
Here, they showed 3 x 2 = 6.
|Crayons love Math, don't you know?|
A Fresh New Beat for Multiplying Fives
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What is your favourite number to multiply by?
Can you build an array in your comment with *'s ?