The third graders have been learning about multiplication and the variety of ways it can be represented. One way to model multiplication is with arrays. An array is an arrangement of objects in rows and columns; the rows represent the number of groups, while the columns represent the number in each group. The visual that an array creates helps students to better understand the concept of multiplication.
The third graders combined math and art to create an Array City. The buildings have windows aglow in a night skyline.
When you look for them, you can find arrays all around!