Lesson Worksheet: Repeated Addition with Arrays Mathematics • 2nd Grade
In this worksheet, we will practice making arrays with at most 5 rows or columns and writing repeated addition sentences to describe the total number of objects.
Matthew and Elizabeth have been asked to count the number of boats.
Matthew says they can do .
Elizabeth says they can do .
Who is correct?
- AOnly Elizabeth is correct.
- BThey are both correct.
- COnly Matthew is correct.
- DThey are both wrong.
Matthew is using this array to help him count the number of coins that he has.
Write a repeated addition sentence for the number of coins that he has.
Write a different repeated addition sentence for the number of coins.
Daniel is counting the objects in an array. He writes the addition sentence .
Which array was he looking at?
In a gallery, there are 2 rows of photos and 3 photos in each row. Write an addition sentence for the total number of photos that are in the gallery.
In James’s class, there are 4 rows of chairs and 2 chairs in each row. How many chairs are in James’s class?
There are rows and columns.
- A2, 4
- B2, 3
- C4, 2
Which addition sentence shows how many counters there are in total?
Jennifer and Madison have 6 marbles each.
They both arrange the marbles and write a repeated addition sentence to show how many there are.
Who is right?
- AOnly Madison
- BOnly Jennifer
- CBoth are right.