# Multiplication Models and Equal Groups Worksheets

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Our free, printable multiplication models and equal groups worksheets feature a fun strategy to tackle multiplication. This set uses multiplication models for conceptual clarity. The numbers involved are illustrated as equal groups of items, so kids learn to multiply quicker, and apply multiplication in real life as well.

These pdf worksheets on multiplication models and equal groups are best suited for children in grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, and grade 5.

CCSS: 2.OA, 3.OA, 3.MD, 4.NBT, 5.NBT

## Exclusive Multiplication Models Worksheets

Make multiplication easier for young learners using objects arranged in arrays, where the number of rows and columns represents the two factors to be multiplied.

Multiplication Using a Number Line

Watch budding math wizards happily skip through these exercises, as they hop along number line models to get the hang of multiplication.

Encourage 2nd grade and 3rd grade kids to observe the equal groups of everyday objects, glean the numbers they represent, and answer the questions in these pdf exercises.

Writing Multiplication Sentences | Equal Groups

Ensure children pay attention to both the number of groups and the number of objects in each group as they write down multiplications sentences in this section.

Completing Multiplication Sentences | Equal Groups

Apart from images, given here are some numbers that make up the multiplication sentences. Fill in the blanks in these multiplication with equal groups worksheets pdf.

Matching Equal Groups to Multiplication Sentences

Look at the set of equal group images listed on the left. The task for 3rd grade and 4th grade kids is to match the equal groups with the multiplication sentences they represent.

Multiplication with Equal Groups | Mixed Review

Letting kids have a taste of all the exercises in the collection, these printable multiplication models and equal groups worksheets are ideal for a quick review to wind up a session.

Acquaint 5th grade kids with the area model in this section, where they figure out the partial products, before adding them up to determine the final product.

Introduce children to yet another method that breaks down multiplication. They are expected to find the product by using the lattice method here.