Your child will learn that a lot of the cool and helpful things we use today were actually invented by some people long ago. Ask your child if they know some inventors of the popular things we all use today. For example, the light bulb was invented by Thomas Edison. The inventor in this worksheet is Ben Franklin. Look at Ben Franklin’s inventions which are organized into arrays. Help your kids match each array to the correct multiplication fact by checking the box. Then, circle the product.
Before beginning this worksheet, it would be a good idea to remind your child of what George Washington Carver created. They were more than one handy item. Can your child tell you what this man’s creations were? Look at his creations which are organized into arrays in this worksheet. Match each array to the correct multiplication fact by checking the matching fact. Then, help your little ones circle the product.
What did Thomas Edison invent? Before getting into this worksheet, test your student’s knowledge on history and inventors by asking them this simple question. If they get the correct answer, you can give them some more information on other great inventors. Look at Thomas Edison’s light bulb inventions in this printout. They are organized into arrays. Ask your students to match each array to the correct multiplication fact by checking the matching fact.
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