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Match each egg box to the correct multiplication.
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One is done for you.
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And then, we can see a diagram of four egg boxes and four different multiplications.
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Six times two, five times three, three times two, and five times two.
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When we learn multiplication facts, we often use arrays to help us.
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This array has four in a row.
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And there are two rows.
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So it shows the multiplication four times two.
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Well, instead of using counters or cubes, did you know we can use eggs!
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And in this problem, each egg box is an array.
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Each egg box shows a different multiplication and the first one has been done for us.
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Let’s count the number of eggs in each row: one, two, three.
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There are three eggs in a row.
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But how many rows are there?
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One, two.
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Three eggs in a row and there are two rows.
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So we can match the first egg box with the multiplication fact three times two.
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And we know that three times two is six.
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And there are six eggs in the first box.
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Let’s look at the second egg box.
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We can see without counting that there are two rows again.
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So we’re looking for multiplications, something multiplied by two.
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But how many eggs are there in each row?
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One, two, three, four, five.
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There are five eggs in a row and there are two rows.
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Which multiplication shows five two times?
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Five multiplied by two.
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We know five times two equals 10.
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And if we count the eggs, we can see that there are 10 eggs altogether.
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We don’t need to the next egg box because we can see that it has two rows of eggs again.
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And there is only one multiplication fact that shows a number multiplied by two, six times two.
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Although we think we know what the answer is, it’s always good to count, just to be sure.
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One, two, three, four, five, six.
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Six eggs in a row and there are two rows, six multiplied by two.
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We know that six times two is 12.
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And if we count the eggs, we can see that there are 12 eggs.
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There’s only one more multiplication left.
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And we know we must be right.
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There are three rows of eggs and it’s the only egg box with three rows of eggs.
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And we can see that all of the other multiplications are multiplying by two.
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The one that’s left is multiplying by three.
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Five eggs in a row and there are three rows altogether, five multiplied by three.
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To find the answer, we looked at the number of eggs in each row and the number of rows that there were and we used this to find the correct multiplications.
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The first egg box was done already for us.
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The second egg box shows five times two.
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The third egg box shows six times two.
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And the final egg box shows five times three.
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And the next time you have some eggs in your fridge at home, have a look at them.
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There are two multiplications here that they could look like and they’re a good way of learning your times tables.