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Friday 15th January 2021
We are starting to look at the relationship between multiplication and division.
Below is a video with a guide on the relationship between division and multiplication.
Thursday 14th January 2021
Today we will be continuing multiplication. We will be looking at how to multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number. Mr J demonstrated this in one of his live streams last week, but incase you missed it there is an example below.
Look at the example and complete the questions on a piece of paper. Remember to show your working out! You do not need to print out the worksheet.
After you have finished, you need to refer to the multiplication and division section of your booklet. Try and answer some of the multiplication word problems.
Wednesday 12th January 2021
Today we will be looking at the 8 TIMES TABLE. Remember: the answers in the 8 times table are called MULTIPLES of 8.
Eg 8 X 2 = 16 16 is a MULTIPLE of 8
In your pack find the 2 pages that have the 8 times table activities and have a go.
Your also need to understand that DIVISION is the INVERSE of multiplication:
So, if 8 MULTIPLIED by 2 = 16 then 16 DIVIDED by 8 = 2
Tuesday 12th January 2021
Today we will be looking at multiples of 3 and 4. Multiples of 3 are numbers that are in the three times table, like 3, 6 and 9. They all appear in the three times table.
Multiples of 4 are numbers that appear in the 4 times table, like 4,8 and 12.
Now can you turn to the page headed multiples of 3 and 4 and complete the activities
Monday 11th January 2021
In the booklet you will see today's work is on multiples of 2,5 and 10. This should be straight forward for most of us. We were discussing in the live lesson what multiplication is.
It is repeated addition, so for example
5 x 6 = ?
Five multiplied by six equals what?
We are multiplying 5 six times.
(Be careful, some people, including myself, may say 5 lots of 6 or 5 times 6, even though these have the same answer, they are slightly different questions... can you think why?)
On the sheet can you find the numbers which are multiples of 2,5 and 10. This means they are in their times table
eg Find multiples of 3
answer = 3,6,12 These are the only number in that list which are a multiple of three as they are in the 3 times table.
In the first live stream we were discussing scale and some children were a little stuck, so I have made a very basic video to help you out below. Have a watch and email me your answers.