Friday Maths 22nd January
We are going to take a break from the multiplication methods and there are some PurpleMash activities and assignments on Mathletics, including a challenge activity
Mainly the Mash activities are games practising a variety of skills. If you feel you need more time with multiplying large numbers, there is an optional activity for this too.
Monday 18th to Friday 22nd January
This week you are going to continue to develop your written column multiplication methods up to 4 digits x 2 digits.
Does it matter where you put the carry digit?
You can revisit Wednesday's method:
Or move onto 4 digits by 2 digits.
You could try this instead of White Rose:
Remember, a common error is to forget to multiply each digit by every other digit, so for:
243 x 35 - you will need to make sure you have done these 6 'mini' multiplications and added them all together in your area method -
5 x 3
5 x 40
5 x 200
30 x 3
30 x 40
30 x 200
or have these 2 rows in your column method:
5 x 243
30 x 243
Remember to view other children's methods below to help you.
Thursday 21st January 2021
LI: to multiply 4-digits by 2-digits using a column method
Watch this video, or view the Teaching Slide PowerPoint below.
Recap on a previous stage by revisiting the previous days and using the practise sheets.
Wednesday 20th January 2021
LI: to multiply 3-digits by 2-digits using a column method
Also, attached is a document containing a poster of the column method we use at St. Andrew's for multiplying 3 digits by 2 digits
For new learning, then watch this video, or view the Teaching Slide PowerPoint below.
For your next stage, visit one of the previous days.
Use the practise sheets below. Be warned - they contain the answers at the end!
Tuesday 19th. January 2021
LI: to multiply 2-digits by 2-digits using a column method
Also, attached is a document containing a poster of the column method we use at St. Andrew's for multiplying 2 digits by 2 digits
You can watch this video, or view the Teaching Slide PowerPoint below.
Monday 18th. January 2021
LI: to multiply 2-digits by 2-digits using an area representation
Also, attached is a document containing posters of the vocabulary you should be familiar with and understand when explaining multiplication. Please take a look and make sure you understand what all the words mean.
Complete the BBC bitesize lesson: