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# Introducing Multiplication As Repeated Addition

Introducing multiplication as repeated addition is easy with these task cards featuring colorful arrays and equal group models.

## Description

If you’re introducing multiplication as repeated addition, you need this activity! Using colorful models, these print and digital task cards feature repeated addition with arrays and equal groups. This resource is perfect for students who are beginning multiplication and need visual models to help them understand multiplication concepts.

Differentiate

Support your students by choosing from 3 styles of recording sheets.

Engage Students

Colorful arrays and equal group models will capture students’ attention making learning multiplication easier.

Reinforce Key Concepts

Reinforce the relationship between repeated addition and multiplication, ensuring your students build a strong understanding of multiplication.

Versatility

Having both digital and physical task cards gives you flexibility. You can use this resource for:

• Warm-ups
• Instruction
• Guided practice
• Independent practice
• Centers
• Exit tickets

✅ What’s Included:

• 3 recording sheets

Help your students build a strong multiplication foundation. These colorful models provide students with the visuals they need to fully grasp essential concepts.

Never worry about having enough materials!

• Your students will have exactly what they need to complete the activity delivered to them in the Google Slides.
• You don’t have to distribute, organize, or store worksheets.
• No waiting in line to make copies!

NOTE:

• You will need a free Google account to access these files.
• Students will need to work in “edit” mode in order to use the movable pieces.

THIS RESOURCE SUPPORTS THE FOLLOWING TEKS:

TEKS 3.4D – determine the total number of objects when equally-sized groups of objects are combined or arranged in arrays up to 10 by 10

TEKS 3.4E – represent multiplication facts by using a variety of approaches such as repeated addition, equal-sized groups, arrays, area models, equal jumps on a number line, and skip counting

View Introducing Multiplication As Repeated Addition Google Slides on Teachers Pay Teachers.