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    Unlock the magic of math with our engaging Arrays Worksheets designed for children aged 6-8! These printable worksheets from Kids Academy use fun and straightforward activities to introduce kids to the world of multiplication and division through visual array models. By converting rows and columns into simple math problems, young learners enhance their understanding of basic math concepts. With a variety of colorful and themed exercises, mastering arrays becomes easy and enjoyable. Boost your child's confidence and skills in solving math problems by exploring our expertly crafted Arrays Worksheets today!


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    Multiplication Facts: Assessment 1 Worksheet
    Multiplication Facts: Assessment 1 Worksheet

    Multiplication Facts: Assessment 1 Worksheet

    Teach your kids math with diligence, patience and practice. This colorful worksheet helps by matching addition and multiplication sentences, then checking the equation that matches each array. Perfect for kids having difficulty or to give extra practice. Help your little ones master mathematics with this printout.
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    Arrays of George Washington Carver’s Creations Worksheet
    Arrays of George Washington Carver’s Creations Worksheet

    Arrays of George Washington Carver’s Creations Worksheet

    Remind your child of what George Washington Carver created. Can they tell you? This worksheet has arrays with his creations. Match the array to the multiplication fact and help your child to circle the product.
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    Fruity Array Quest Worksheet
    Fruity Array Quest Worksheet

    Fruity Array Quest Worksheet

    Explain rows (horizontal) and columns (vertical) to your child before starting the worksheet. Show them the picture and the arrows indicating direction. Your child should be able to answer the questions easily after that. Help them match the fruit arrays that match the descriptions.
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    Easter Arrays Worksheet
    Easter Arrays Worksheet

    Easter Arrays Worksheet

    Does your child love Easter? Do they adore the Easter bunny and egg hunts? Help them have fun with this worksheet! Go through it with them and check the equations for each array. Then, have them circle the correct sum. It's a great way to make the holiday extra exciting!
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    Adding with Arrays: Chocolate Bars Worksheet
    Adding with Arrays: Chocolate Bars Worksheet

    Adding with Arrays: Chocolate Bars Worksheet

    Kids love chocolates! Gauge how enthused your kids get when you mention them. This worksheet is a fun exercise about chocolates - get your kids to check the correct number sentences and totals for each chocolate bar. Reward their hard work with some chocolates - extra incentive for a job well done!
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    Schoolbag Arrays Worksheet
    Schoolbag Arrays Worksheet

    Schoolbag Arrays Worksheet

    Help your child spot the correct arrays in this worksheet: having them count the items in each and check the boxes for the ones with 15 objects. Ask them to differentiate between rows and columns and explain which ones match the equation 5+5+5=15.
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    Schoolbag Arrays Worksheet
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    Colorful Arrays Bingo Worksheet
    Colorful Arrays Bingo Worksheet

    Colorful Arrays Bingo Worksheet

    This worksheet stimulates thinking about arrays and how to represent them. Instruct students to count the 6 arrays and find which ones sum up to 12. Ask them to check the answers for accuracy.
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    Party Arrays Worksheet
    Party Arrays Worksheet

    Party Arrays Worksheet

    Help your child count the objects in each of the five arrays, then check the correct number sentence for each. This exercise will test their math skills and understanding of number sentences. Guide them to select the appropriate boxes.
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    Arrays and Equations Worksheet
    Arrays and Equations Worksheet

    Arrays and Equations Worksheet

    An array is objects, pix, or numbers organized in rows and columns. Show kids two ways to interpret this: 3 rows in 4 places = 12 and 4 columns in 3 places = 12. Help your child trace the number sentences to the matching cars. All equations always add up to the same amount.
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    Thomas Edison’s Invention Arrays Worksheet
    Thomas Edison’s Invention Arrays Worksheet

    Thomas Edison’s Invention Arrays Worksheet

    Test your students' knowledge on history by asking them what Thomas Edison invented. If they get the right answer, provide more information on other inventors. Check out this printout of Edison's light bulb inventions laid out in arrays. Get them to match each array to the correct multiplication fact.
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    Representing Arrays with Number Sentences Worksheet
    Representing Arrays with Number Sentences Worksheet

    Representing Arrays with Number Sentences Worksheet

    An array is a collection of objects, pictures or numbers arranged in rows and columns. Teach your kids two ways to interpret an array with this fun worksheet. Represent it in terms of rows or columns then have your student draw a line to the beehive to discover the correct number sentence.
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    Divide up the Garden Worksheet
    Divide up the Garden Worksheet

    Divide up the Garden Worksheet

    Dividing is simply grouping items into equal sets. This worksheet helps kids see division problems in array form. They'll match each equation with a picture group, using the lines provided. It's a great way for beginners to understand division more concretely.
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    Enrichment: Plant the Flowers Worksheet
    Enrichment: Plant the Flowers Worksheet

    Enrichment: Plant the Flowers Worksheet

    Do your kids love flowers? Teach them to count and identify some common varieties with this worksheet. There are 24 flowers for them to name and check off in the arrays. Discover the beauty of flowers, their smell and softness with your kids. Help them recognise the ones in your garden and count them with the worksheet.
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    What's an Array? Worksheet
    What's an Array? Worksheet

    What's an Array? Worksheet

    Explain to your child that an array is a group of objects, pictures, or numbers in columns and rows. Show them a rectangular array is a group of objects in equal rows and columns. Guide them to check the pictures in the worksheet to spot any rectangular arrays. Help them remember this concept.
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    Fossil Fact Families Worksheet
    Fossil Fact Families Worksheet

    Fossil Fact Families Worksheet

    Kids love dinosaurs, so why not learn about fact families with some fun prehistoric friends? This PDF worksheet uses picture arrays to help kids understand the relationships between multipliers and dividends. It helps them build automaticity with multiplication facts so they can quickly solve division problems and see the relationships between the two fact families.
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    Flowery Arrays Worksheet
    Flowery Arrays Worksheet

    Flowery Arrays Worksheet

    This worksheet helps your child learn to identify and represent arrays. For example, both 3+3+3+3=12 and 4+4+4=12 are arrays but the first is arranged in rows and the second in columns. Let your child use this knowledge to answer the four questions in this pdf and check the two correct equations.
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    Independence Day Arrays: Rows and Columns Worksheet
    Independence Day Arrays: Rows and Columns Worksheet

    Independence Day Arrays: Rows and Columns Worksheet

    Does your child know when Independence Day is? They might love the family picnics and fireworks, or they may not understand the significance of the holiday. After this worksheet, they'll comprehend it better. Help them look at the images and count the number of rows and columns in each array.
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    Equal Groups: Assessment 2 Worksheet
    Equal Groups: Assessment 2 Worksheet

    Equal Groups: Assessment 2 Worksheet

    Get your kids to pay attention to learning with familiar objects, bright colors, and this worksheet. It has six arrays - ask kids to identify them and count the objects. Then, help them trace a line to the correct equation.
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    At the market - multiplication worksheet for 3rd grade
    At the market - multiplication worksheet for 3rd grade

    At the Market Worksheet

    Head to At the Market! This attractive worksheet features arrays of delicious fruits and veggies that'll have 3rd graders working on their multiplication. Solve the problems, choose the correct answer, and learn while having fun!
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    Ben Franklin’s Invention Arrays Worksheet
    Ben Franklin’s Invention Arrays Worksheet

    Ben Franklin’s Invention Arrays Worksheet

    Have your child guess some of the inventors of the popular items we use today. For instance, the light bulb was invented by Thomas Edison. Look at Ben Franklin's inventions and help your kids match the arrays to the correct multiplication fact. Check the box and circle the product.
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    Multiplication and Division Fact Families Assessment 1 Worksheet
    Multiplication and Division Fact Families Assessment 1 Worksheet

    Multiplication and Division Fact Families Assessment 1 Worksheet

    When it comes to multiplication and division, automaticity and efficiency are key. Test your child's understanding of fact families with this free butterfly worksheet. They'll practice equations, picture concepts and fact families to arrive at the correct number. Repetition will help them develop strong skills and confidence.
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    Introducing children aged 6-8 to the concept of arrays is crucial because it forms a foundational skill in both mathematics and logical thinking. Arrays help young learners understand the principles of organization, pattern recognition, and systematic arrangement, which are essential cognitive skills. For instance, arrays visually demonstrate how items are grouped and spaced, making abstract arithmetic operations like multiplication and division more tangible and easier to grasp.

    Moreover, by engaging with arrays, children practice counting, addition, and subtraction, reinforcing their basic arithmetic skills in a practical setting. This hands-on interaction promotes active learning and ensures that mathematical concepts don't remain purely theoretical. The visual and organized nature of arrays also caters to diverse learning styles, including visual and kinesthetic learners.

    Additionally, early exposure to arrays sets the groundwork for more advanced topics such as algebra, geometry, and even computer science. In real-life applications, understanding arrays can help children with everyday tasks like arranging items, planning activities, and organizing information. Given these benefits, parents and teachers should prioritize arrays in early math education to build a solid conceptual framework that facilitates future learning and problem-solving abilities.