Flowery Arrays Worksheet

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With the help of this colorful worksheet, you can give your child some more lessons on how to properly identify and represent different arrays. Arrays can be represented in terms of rows or columns. For example, 3+3+3+3=12, and 4+4+4=12. In both cases, the sums are the same, but the first is represented in terms of rows, and the second in terms of columns. Let your child use this knowledge to answer the four questions in this simple pdf. Check the 2 correct equations for each array.

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should know how to identify and represent different arrays, understand the concept of representing arrays in terms of rows or columns, and be able to solve addition problems. They should also be able to analyze the given arrays and determine the correct equations.