# Array Multiplication Worksheets

Watch as children master multiplication through our engaging array multiplication worksheets! Arrays consist of small pictures or icons organized into rows and columns. Our resources, complete with answer keys, include a variety of exercises that encourage students to write, complete, and draw multiplication sentences using both arrays and rectangular arrays of squares. Explore our free worksheets for a sneak peek!

Writing Multiplication Sentences | Level 1

Observe the arrangement of real-life objects, count the rows, columns, and the total number of objects and, use this to frame the multiplication sentences. This set includes multiplication arrays up to 5 x 5.

Writing Multiplication Sentences | Level 2

These multiplication arrays worksheets, featuring arrays up to 12 x 12, challenge kids to write corresponding multiplication sentences.

Completing Multiplication Sentences | Level 1

Relate the number of rows and columns to the multiplicand and multiplier respectively, and then fill in the missing values to complete the multiplication sentences.

Completing Multiplication Sentences | Level 2

Visualize multiplication equations through arrays of objects organized in rows and columns. Complete each multiplication sentence by filling in the missing factor or product.

Encourage children to draw circles, hearts, or triangles for the given numbers in rows and columns and then count them to determine the product.

Writing Multiplication Sentences | Rectangular Array of Squares

Complete these exercises featuring rectangular grids made up of unit squares! In this bundle of multiplication with arrays worksheets, you'll connect the area of rectangles to multiplication.

Drawing Arrays on Grids and Completing the Multiplication Sentences

Take the given factors as length and width, shade the appropriate number of unit squares on the grid, and write its area as the product in these printables.

Rectangular Array of Squares | Writing & Drawing

With these two-part pdfs, write the equations examining the rectangular arrays of squares and create models to illustrate multiplication equations.