Cut out the turnaround fact array template on the red line. Holding the template width-wise (where the rows appear the widest), write the math fact that is demonstrated (write it above the dotted line). In this case, it's 2(rows)x6(in each row)=12, or, you would simply write 2x6=12. Now turn the template around so you have 6 rows and 2 in each row. Write that above the dotted line. Fold the dotted lines back so that the multiplication facts do not show. You could make more of these by using stickers, sticky dots, drawing/coloring arrays, etc. OR you could get the CCM program from which has the multiplication fact arrays done in the style you see here.

To find out how to use the turnaround fact array template, please see the next post!

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