Multiplication Models Worksheets
Stick around our printable multiplication models worksheets for practice that helps the budding mathematicians in the 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade get their heads around multiplying numbers and multiplication sentences. An array of topics like multiplication with equal groups, arrays, rectangular array of squares, and more, together with a bunch of meticulously designed tasks, guarantee they get used to multiplication and gain fluency on the course. Our free multiplication models worksheets are versatile!
Multiplication | Equal Groups
Watch real-life models work hard to teach you equal groups multiplication! If there are two baskets of mangoes and the baskets have 5 mangoes each, how many mangoes are there in all? So that's going to be 2 x 5 = 10 mangoes in all!
Your kid's joy will be palpable as they understand the process of multiplication after completing this bunch of pdf worksheets. Count the objects in each group, count the groups, and set up the multiplication sentences.
Help shoo away any doubts the beginners in grade 2 and grade 3 might have in the topic with the two levels of exercise in completing multiplication equations observing the equal groups in this practice batch.
Step up with this two-part pdf multiplication with models worksheets! Identify the multiplicand and multiplier that describe each model in part A; draw equal groups to represent each multiplication sentence in part B.
Multiplication | Arrays
When equal groups are already at play, arrays can't be far behind! Arrays are again small pictures or icons presented in rows and columns. Children in the 2nd grade and 3rd grade count the rows, columns, and items to frame the equations.
Every equation in this set of printable multiplication models worksheets for grade 3 and grade 4 has the product. Relate the number of rows and columns to the multiplicand and multiplier respectively, and fill in the missing ones.
Polish your multiplication skills elegantly as you welcome array diagrams aboard! You may draw circles, hearts, or triangles for the given numbers in rows and columns and finally count them all to determine the product.
Multiplication | Rectangular Array of Squares
Exceed your teacher's expectations by completing these exercises wherein rectangular grids composed of unit squares are brought into the picture in a trice! This is where you relate area of rectangles to multiplication.
Involving factors up to 12, this printable task is an extraordinary prepping tool for the 3rd grade and 4th grade learners. Take the factors to the length and width, shade the rectangle on the grid, and write its area as the product.
Another two-part review pdf to rev you up! Write the equation examining the rectangular arrays of squares; draw the model to illustrate each multiplication equation. Grab your stationery and whiz through!
Looking for multiplication models to teach kids to find the product of numbers? Here come our number line diagrams for your rescue! Let them understand and get attuned to the performing multiplication.
Go the whole hog at performing multiplication with area models! Upshift learning one more trick, the box method, where you'd calculate the partial products and put them together for the final product.
Take a whack at the usual multiplication problems using a different approach - lattice multiplication! Explore practice exercises and templates to determine the product of two single-digit to multi-digit numbers!