It's a nice product, but Saxon does not teach arrays l ike this. I think I would have my students make their own puzzles during Math centers as we begin multiplication memorization.

Fractions Decimals and Percents puzzles! - If you put it on a clear plastic square, the picture on the back will be complete. (I guess I would need 2 pieces of plastic for each puzzle, solve on one side sandwich with second piece, and flip!

Bout de gomme -Puzzles des multiplications Plus

Arrays matching puzzles set with recording sheet - such a fun way to practice rectangular arrays and repeated addition, multiplication.

Sixteen pages of printable cards, showing equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. Use them on a classroom display board or for a range of practical Maths activities!