A table view teaching resource of essential multiplication and division knowledge and skills - Interpret an array as a repeated addition and as a multiplication, and recognise how the array can be described - showing common errors and misconceptions paired with questions used to check for the error, and then an appropriate teaching task and a next steps task to teach the correct method for pupils to follow.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

A table view teaching resource of essential multiplication and division knowledge and skills - Recognises that when finding the double of a number, half the answer is the original number. Uses the inverse of double to find halves of small even numbers to ten, using known facts - showing common errors and misconceptions paired with questions used to check for the error, and then an appropriate teaching task and a next steps task to teach the correct method for…

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

A table view teaching resource of essential multiplication and division knowledge and skills - Multiply two or ten by a single-digit number, by counting up in twos and tens from zero - showing common errors and misconceptions paired with questions used to check for the error, and then an appropriate teaching task and a next steps task to teach the correct method for pupils to follow.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

A table view teaching resource of essential multiplication and division knowledge and skills - Begin to understand division as repeated subtraction or grouping - showing common errors and misconceptions paired with questions used to check for the error, and then an appropriate teaching task and a next steps task to teach the correct method for pupils to follow.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

A table view teaching resource of essential multiplication and division knowledge and skills - Share a given number of objects out equally, recognise the relationship between sharing equally and division and use the vocabulary of division to describe the process, for example ‘divide by’, ‘share equally’ - showing common errors and misconceptions paired with questions used to check for the error, and then an appropriate teaching task and a next steps task to teach the correct method for pupils…

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

First overview resource of a sequence on teaching the operation of multiplication as repeated addition or as describing an array - a table view of essential multiplication and division knowledge and skills, showing common errors and misconceptions paired with a downloadable tracking chart. Relevant downloadable teaching materials and guides are also provided.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

A table view teaching resource of essential multiplication and division knowledge and skills - Recognise that doubling and multiplying by two are the same, and use known multiplication facts and partitioning to double numbers to fifteen - showing common errors and misconceptions paired with questions used to check for the error, and then an appropriate teaching task and a next steps task to teach the correct method for pupils to follow.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

A table view teaching resource of essential basic multiplication and division knowledge and skills - Say how many altogether in a double; recognise that finding a double means forming a pair or adding a number to itself - showing common errors and misconceptions paired with questions used to check for the error, and then an appropriate teaching task and a next steps task to teach the correct method for pupils to follow.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

This interactive teaching program (ITP) allows you to colour in cells on a grid, a full cell or half a cell, or to place a circular counter into a cell.

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A table view teaching resource of essential basic multiplication and division knowledge and skills - Share objects out fairly into two or more groups, talk about whether there will be any left over - showing common errors and misconceptions paired with questions used to check for the error, and then an appropriate teaching task and a next steps task to teach the correct method for pupils to follow.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011