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Hoorayfor Arrays!3rdGrade

Table of ContentsHooray for ArraysHooray for Arrays: A Poem About GroupsHooray for Arrays: A Mini Reference GuideHooray for Arrays: What Do You Say, Let's Make an Array! *Hooray for Arrays: Repeat Addition *Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication Fact Practice *Hooray for Arrays: Equal Group Problems *Hooray for Arrays: Repeated Addition and Multiplication *Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication Word Problems (Part One) *Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication Word Problems (Part Two) *Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication Word Problems (Part Three) *Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication *Certificate of CompletionAnswer Sheets* Includes Answer SheetCopyright 2018 Education.com. All Rights Reserved

*sniff*GROUPSGroups of objects are really quite neat,from legs on a spider to your hands and your feet;What can you find in a pair of two?Your socks and your arms and even your shoe;And what might you see in a group of 3?Sides on a triangle or birds in a tree.From a four-legged dog to the wheels on a car,equal groups of 4 can be found near or far;Just step outside and take a good look around,You’ll certainly see that equal groups abound.Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

DIRECTIONSMINIMULTIPLICATIONVOCABBOOKKEY INFORMATIONMULTIPLICATION:REPEATED ADDITION:Factors are multipliedtogether to ﬁnd theproduct or total, forexample;Adding the same numbermultiple times in order toﬁnd the total, for example;KEYWORD #1KEYWORD #2FACTOR:PRODUCT:One of two or morenumbers that aremultiplied together to ﬁnda product.The result when twonumbers are multipliedtogether.KEYWORD #3KEYWORD #4Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

What do you Say, Let’s Make an Array!DirectionsReview what each factor represents in this multiplication sentence:Number ofgroupsNumber of objectsin each groupTotal numberof objectsColor in each array. The ﬁrst array has been colored in for you.Example4 x 4 16FACTOR 2FACTOR 2FACTOR 1FACTOR 12x4 84 x 5 20FACTOR 2FACTOR 21x2 26 x 5 30FACTOR 2FACTOR 2FACTOR 1FACTOR 1FACTOR 1FACTOR 13 x 5 15Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Repeated AdditionYou can use repeated addition to ﬁnd the total number of objects in equal groups.For example, look at this problem. Since there are 3 equal groups of 2, the repeated addition sentence is:2 2 2 6. Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Multiplication Fact PracticeDirectionsMemorizing your multiplication facts is an important skill to practice. Use this multiplicationtable to review your facts.MultiplicationFact Practice0 to 4MultiplicationFact Practice5 to 8MultiplicationFact Practice9 to x58x87x95x86x26x 107x 115x46x86x 127x 127x16x45x 116x57x 108x38x68x 106x97x25x67x36x38x25x75x86x07x48x18x26x 117x05x 129x212x710x411x310x811x49x59x012x912x812x211x 1010x 1111x510x39x 129x 129x110x411x 1112x59x 1111x311x610x510x910x29x68x39x312x611x79x812x012x 1211x610x 109x912x312x 11Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Equal Group ProblemsDirectionsIn the problems below, use repeated addition and multiplication to ﬁnd the total numberof objects.ExampleRepeated addition sentence: 4 4 4 4 4 20 legsThere are 5 equal groups of 4.Now, write the multiplication sentence: 5 x 4 20 legsNow you try!Repeated addition sentence:There are 3 equal groups of 5.Now, write the multiplication sentence:Find the total number of pieces of candy in the candy jars.Addition sentence:There are 6 equal groups of 3.Now, write the multiplication sentence:Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Repeated Addition and MultiplicationMultiplication can be thought of as addition of the same number multiple times in orderto ﬁnd a total. This is also called repeated addition. Both multiplication and repeatedaddition are used to ﬁnd the total number of objects in equal groups.For example, if you have 3 trays with 10 cookies on each tray, you can ﬁnd the totalnumber of cookies with this repeated addition sentence:10 10 10 30 cookiesSince there are 3 equal groupsof 10, you could also solve thisproblem with a multiplicationsentence:Number ofgroupsNumber of objectsin each groupTotal numberof objectsPractice writing both addition and multiplication sentences while solving thisword problem:Betty the baker signed up to bring 40 brownies to her school’s bake sale. Figure out if Bettybaked enough brownies by ﬁnding the total number of brownies in each batch. Batch #1 hasbeen ﬁgured out for you.BATCH #1Repeated addition sentence:Multiplication sentence:BATCH #2Repeated addition sentence:Multiplication sentence:BATCH #3Repeated addition sentence:Multiplication sentence:Did Betty have enough brownies for the bake sale?Show your work on the back of this paper.Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Multiplication Word ProblemsDirectionsUse one of the following strategies when solving the following word problems:Create an ArraySkip CountingRepeated AdditionMultiplication SentenceWrite the strategy you used on the line provided and show your work.Tiﬀany wants to make 6 batches of cookies. She will need 2 cups of sugar for eachbatch of cookies. How many cups of sugar will Tiﬀany need?strategy:answer:Tommy’s mom asked him to help her clean the house. His mom has asked him toclean his bedroom, the laundry room, and the kitchen. He estimates that it is goingto take him 10 minutes to clean each room. About how many minutes will it takeTommy to help his mom clean the house?strategy:answer:Addie visited the elephant exhibit at the zoo. If there were 7 elephants in theexhibit, how many elephant legs did Addie see?strategy:answer:Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Multiplication Word Problems (Part 2)DirectionsUse one of the following strategies when solving the following word problems:Create an ArraySkip CountingRepeated AdditionMultiplication SentenceWrite the strategy you used on the line provided and show your work.Brittany ate 8 oranges in one week. Each orange had 6 slices. How many orangeslices did Brittany eat altogether?strategy:answer:Devon collected 5 bags of marbles. Each bag had 12 marbles in it. How manymarbles did Devon collect altogether?strategy:answer:Hillary read 7 chapters in her book on Tuesday. Each chapter had 6 pages in it. Howmany pages did Hillary read on Tuesday?strategy:answer:Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Multiplication Word Problems (Part 3)DirectionsUse one of the following strategies when solving the following word problems:Create an ArraySkip CountingRepeated AdditionMultiplication SentenceWrite the strategy you used on the line provided and show your work.Lindsay baked 4 apple pies for her school bake sale. Each pie was cut into 6 slices.How many slices total did Lindsay have?strategy:answer:Now, it’s your turn to write a word problem! You have 4 equal groups of 8 objects.Choose your object and write your word problem on the lines provided. Then,solve your problem. Remember to show your work.strategy:answer:Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Array MultiplicationDirectionsFarmer Gordon wants to know how many heads of lettuce he has in his garden. Insteadof counting, he is going to show you a faster way of ﬁnding the total.Example6 rows5 heads of lettuce per rowInstead of counting or adding the heads of lettuce, Farmer Gordon wrote the followingmultiplication sentence:6 x 5 30 heads of lettuceNow you try! Find out the total number of windows on this building.How many rows of windows do you see?How many windows per row?Write a multiplication sentence for this array and solve:Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

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Answer SheetsHooray for ArraysHooray for Arrays: What Do You Say, Let's Make an Array!Hooray for Arrays: Repeat AdditionHooray for Arrays: Multiplication Fact PracticeHooray for Arrays: Equal Group ProblemsHooray for Arrays: Repeated Addition and MultiplicationHooray for Arrays: Multiplication Word Problems (Part One)Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication Word Problems (Part Two)Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication Word Problems (Part Three)Hooray for Arrays: MultiplicationCopyright 2018 Education.com. All Rights Reserved

Answer SheetWhat do you Say, Let’s Make an Array!DirectionsReview what each factor represents in this multiplication sentence:Number ofgroupsNumber of objectsin each groupTotal numberof objectsColor in each array. The ﬁrst array has been colored in for you.Example4 x 4 16FACTOR 2FACTOR 2FACTOR 1FACTOR 12x4 84 x 5 20FACTOR 2FACTOR 21x2 26 x 5 30FACTOR 2FACTOR 2FACTOR 1FACTOR 1FACTOR 1FACTOR 13 x 5 15Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Answer SheetRepeated AdditionYou can use repeated addition to ﬁnd the total number of objects in equal groups.For example, look at this problem. Since there are 3 equal groups of 2, the repeated addition sentence is: 2 2 2 6.3 3 3 9 8 8 8 8 8 45 9 9 9 27 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 14 3 3 3 3 126 6 12Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Answer SheetMultiplication Fact PracticeDirectionsMemorizing your multiplication facts is an important skill to practice. Use this multiplicationtable to review your facts.MultiplicationFact Practice0 to 4MultiplicationFact Practice5 to 8MultiplicationFact Practice9 to 7x45x37x28x45x58x810422815143225647x95x86x26x 107x 115x46x86x 1263401260772048727x 127x16x45x 116x57x 108x38x68472455307024488x 18x26x 117x05x 33804445012x912x812x211x 1010x 1111x510x39x 12108962411011055301089x 129x110x411x 1112x59x 1x750902054242772779x812x012x 1211x610x 109x912x312x 11720144661008136132108Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Answer SheetEqual Group ProblemsDirectionsIn the problems below, use repeated addition and multiplication to ﬁnd the total numberof objects.ExampleRepeated addition sentence: 4 4 4 4 4 20 legsThere are 5 equal groups of 4.Now, write the multiplication sentence: 5 x 4 20 legsNow you try!Repeated addition sentence:There are 3 equal groups of 5.Now, write the multiplication sentence:5 5 5 15 petals5 x 3 15 petalsFind the total number of pieces of candy in the candy jars.Addition sentence:3 3 3 3 3 3 18 pieces of candyThere are 6 equal groups of 3.Now, write the multiplication sentence:3 x 6 18 pieces of candyCopyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Answer SheetRepeated Addition and MultiplicationMultiplication can be thought of as addition of the same number multiple times in orderto ﬁnd a total. This is also called repeated addition. Both multiplication and repeatedaddition are used to ﬁnd the total number of objects in equal groups.For example, if you have 3 trays with 10 cookies on each tray, you can ﬁnd the totalnumber of cookies with this repeated addition sentence:10 10 10 30 cookiesSince there are 3 equal groupsof 10, you could also solve thisproblem with a multiplicationsentence:Number ofgroupsNumber of objectsin each groupTotal numberof objectsPractice writing both addition and multiplication sentences while solving thisword problem:Betty the baker signed up to bring 40 brownies to her school’s bake sale. Figure out if Bettybaked enough brownies by ﬁnding the total number of brownies in each batch. Batch #1 hasbeen ﬁgured out for you.BATCH #1Repeated addition sentence:Multiplication sentence:BATCH #24 4 4 124 x 3 12Repeated addition sentence:Multiplication sentence:BATCH #3Repeated addition sentence:Multiplication sentence:5 5 5 5 205 x 4 20Yes15 12 20 47 browniesDid Betty have enough brownies for the bake sale?Show your work on the back of this paper.Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Answer SheetMultiplication Word ProblemsDirectionsUse one of the following strategies when solving the following word problems:Create an ArraySkip CountingRepeated AdditionMultiplication SentenceWrite the strategy you used on the line provided and show your work.Tiﬀany wants to make 6 batches of cookies. She will need 2 cups of sugar for eachbatch of cookies. How many cups of sugar will Tiﬀany need?strategy:answer:12 cupsTommy’s mom asked him to help her clean the house. His mom has asked him toclean his bedroom, the laundry room, and the kitchen. He estimates that it is goingto take him 10 minutes to clean each room. About how many minutes will it takeTommy to help his mom clean the house?strategy:answer:30 minutesAddie visited the elephant exhibit at the zoo. If there were 7 elephants in theexhibit, how many elephant legs did Addie see?strategy:answer:28 legsCopyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Answer SheetMultiplication Word Problems (Part 2)DirectionsUse one of the following strategies when solving the following word problems:Create an ArraySkip CountingRepeated AdditionMultiplication SentenceWrite the strategy you used on the line provided and show your work.Brittany ate 8 oranges in one week. Each orange had 6 slices. How many orangeslices did Brittany eat altogether?strategy:answer:48 slicesDevon collected 5 bags of marbles. Each bag had 12 marbles in it. How manymarbles did Devon collect altogether?strategy:answer:60 marblesHillary read 7 chapters in her book on Tuesday. Each chapter had 6 pages in it. Howmany pages did Hillary read on Tuesday?strategy:answer:42 pagesCopyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Answer SheetMultiplication Word Problems (Part 3)DirectionsUse one of the following strategies when solving the following word problems:Create an ArraySkip CountingRepeated AdditionMultiplication SentenceWrite the strategy you used on the line provided and show your work.Lindsay baked 4 apple pies for her school bake sale. Each pie was cut into 6 slices.How many slices total did Lindsay have?strategy:answer:24 slicesNow, it’s your turn to write a word problem! You have 4 equal groups of 8 objects.Choose your object and write your word problem on the lines provided. Then,solve your problem. Remember to show your work.strategy:answer:32 itemsCopyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Answer SheetArray MultiplicationDirectionsFarmer Gordon wants to know how many heads of lettuce he has in his garden. Insteadof counting, he is going to show you a faster way of ﬁnding the total.Example6 rows5 heads of lettuce per rowInstead of counting or adding the heads of lettuce, Farmer Gordon wrote the followingmultiplication sentence:6 x 5 30 heads of lettuceNow you try! Find out the total number of windows on this building.5How many rows of windows do you see?How many windows per row?4Write a multiplication sentence for this array and solve:5 x 4 20Copyright 2018 Education.com LLC All Rights ReservedMore worksheets at www.education.com/ worksheets

Hooray for Arrays: A Mini Reference Guide Hooray for Arrays: What Do You Say, Let's Make an Array! * Hooray for Arrays: Repeat Addition * Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication Fact Practice * Hooray for Arrays: Equal Group Problems * Hooray for Arrays: Repeated Addition and Multiplication * Hooray for Arrays:

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