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Array Task Cards - Valentine Edition

Not Your Mother's Math Class

Not Your Mother's Math Class

Task cards are great for children to practice a new skill. They can look at one problem at a time and not feel overwhelmed. You can also customize the number of cards for the student. This set of a... View Full Description
  • Digital product, downloadable

Categories: 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade
Product Type: N/A

Product Description

Task cards are great for children to practice a new skill. They can look at one problem at a time and not feel overwhelmed. You can also customize the number of cards for the student. This set of array task cards is perfect for children learning the concept of multiplication using repeated addition.

Who is it for?

  • 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
  • 2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
  • 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
  • Homeschoolers
  • Students learning about multiplication using repeated addition.

What's included?

  • This file contains 18 task cards for students to use to write repeated addition number sentences from arrays. They are perfect for introducing the concept of multiplication using addition.
  • Choose to print them in color or black and white. Both versions are included in one file.
  • An answer sheet and key are included.
  • Arrays are from 2 x 2 up to 5 x 5.

 

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Not Your Mother's Math Class
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I have over 15 years experience working with elementary aged students. My specialty is making math products.

I believe:

  • Math can and should be fun.
  • Learners need lots and lots of practice with manipulatives and hands-on strategies before they can solve abstract problems.
  • We need to let children explore concepts and not force them to memorize formulas to solve problems.

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