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The Magic of Arrays in Multiplication - Lesson Plan

In this interactive math lesson on arrays in multiplication, students will explore the concept of equal groups and learn how to organize them into rows and columns. They will discover how arrays can be used to represent multiplication expressions and solve problems using skip counting. The lesson includes various tasks and activities that reinforce understanding and provide opportunities for practice.

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Equal groups are sets or collections where each group has the same number of objects. In multiplication, equal groups are used to represent repeated addition or skip counting.

Equal groups can be organized into an array by arranging them in rows and columns. Each row represents a group, while each column represents the number of objects in each group.

Arrays provide a visual representation of multiplication by showing how equal groups are organized. They help us see the relationship between repeated addition and multiplication expressions.


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