Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Multiplication Arrays

Students are learning about multiplication and division in the first math unit. To help give them a concrete understanding of the concept, as well as help them learn the factors of numbers, we spend some time on arrays. During one math class this week, students took pictures of arrays they noticed around the school, and some students even took pictures at home! Enjoy the "product" of their labor and use it to help you learn your multiplication facts!

In order to see the captions, hover over the slideshow. In the bottom left, click on the comment "cloud" icon next to the stick figure icon. The captions should appear near the bottom of each picture.

If you have pictures of arrays from your school or home, please e-mail them to Mr. Pahl at and we will post all of the pictures we receive in a later post.

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