# Lesson Worksheet: Skip Counting with Arrays Mathematics

In this worksheet, we will practice making arrays with at most 5 rows or columns and using skip counting and addition to find the total number of objects in an array.

Q1:

Hannah is using skip counting to count the number of fish. She sees that there are 3 fish in each row, so she can skip count by threes. She says “3, 6, , .” How many fish are there?

Q2:

An array can be used to model equal groups of objects.

Which of the following is NOT an array?

• A • B • C • D • E Q3:

In which of these arrays is one column circled?

• A • B • C • D • E Q4:

How many rows are in this array? Q5:

In which of these arrays is one row circled?

• A • B • C • D • E Q6:

How many columns are in this array? Q7:

Select an array with 2 rows and 4 columns.

• A • B • C • D • E Q8:

The cupcakes are in an array. How many rows are there?

How many cupcakes are in each row?

How many cupcakes are in the array?

Q9:

Michael is using skip counting to count the number of flowers. Fill in the blank: There are rows and flowers in each row.

• A4, 3
• B3, 4
• C3, 3

Use skip counting to find the number of flowers.

Q10:

Scarlett ordered the eggs in 3 rows, as shown. Fill in the blank: There are eggs in each row.

Fill in the blank: There are eggs in 3 rows.