Check out these fun array activities that help children master basic multiplication skills! If you have visual learners and hands-on learners in your classroom, then you'll definitely want to consider using one or more of these activities with them. Read on to find out more!
Here are three simple array activities you can do with little ones to help them process and strengthen multiplication skills.
Grab some colorful pieces of candy, print out a page of graph paper, and pick out a few crayons or markers for this activity. (Check out this page for graph paper from Super Teacher Worksheets.) Here's what to do:
Kids will use play dough and construction paper to make these creative arrays. It only takes a couple easy steps to put them together: