Picture Multiplication Worksheets
What Is Picture Multiplication? There are multiple ways to practice math. Many students struggle the most with this subject since it is pretty tricky. People prefer making it fun for their kids and come up with many different ideas. One fun way to practice math is through visuals. The arithmetic operation of finding the product of two numbers is called multiplication. Multiplication is often identified as the crosssymbol "x", by the dot "." Or as an asterisk "*" on computers. Multiplication can also be defined for other sorts of numbers like complex numbers and abstract constructs such as matrices. It does not only add up numbers or repeats addition but also shows that it is made up of equal groups and rows. Picture multiplication is like a math game and is perfect for firstgrade students to teach them about counting and multiplication with the help of pictures and videos. It is a fun game designed where students use grids to solve simple multiplication word problems. These worksheets are an excellent first introduction to multiplication concepts. How to play the game? First, try to understand what a multiplication sentence implies and identify the correct multiplication sentence. Multiply an array of a group of objects in the picture by understanding the concept of creating groups as well. Solve within the given time scale and score points. Notice how these math games and picture multiplication help you increase your speed and interest in the subject and improve your skills!

Basic Lesson
Introduces multiplication as a form of repeated addition using pictures. Each girl wants to reach each strawberry Draw a line from girl to each strawberry How many lines did you draw?
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Intermediate Lesson
Use more abstract concepts that the basic lesson. Also provides 2 practice problems. Each boy wants to reach each ice cream cup. Draw a line from each boy to each cup. How many lines did you draw?
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Independent Practice 1
6 great picture multiplication problems. The answers can be found below. Each boy wants to take a book from each bag. Draw a line from boy to each bag. How many lines did you draw?
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Independent Practice 3
Have students draw pictures to match these problems. Then complete the problems.
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Independent Practice 4
Have students draw pictures to match these problems. Then complete the problems.
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Homework Worksheet
Mixes the multiplication skills learned over the practice sheets. An example problem is worked out as well.
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Homework Worksheet 2
This worksheet has students draw lines to indicate multiplication. Reinforces the concept of multiplication.
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Skill Quiz
4 picture multiplication problems reinforced with single digit multiplication problems. A math scoring matrix is included.
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A Math Trick For You:
For multiplying two numbers in the 20s such as 23 x 27,
add the 3 to the 27 to get 30.
Multiply the result by 10 to get 300.
Double it = 600.
Multiply the 3 and the 7 to get 21.
Add it to the 600 to get 621.