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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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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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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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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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