EngageNY 60 min(s)

In this lesson, students draw arrays and tape diagrams to represent multiplication situations, and then skip count to find the total. For example, they represent 4 × 10 as an array with 10 rows of 4 dots, or a tape diagram with 10 sections and each section representing 4. This lesson focuses on multiplication involving units of 4 in order to build fluency with those facts.