Essential knowledge and skills needed in order to carry out multiplication and division mentally.

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Exemplification of the progression from informal to formal written methods of multiplication.

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How factorising and partitioning can be used to support mental calculation of multiplication and division.

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Prompts to support self-assessment of your understanding of the concepts that underpin multiplication and division in Years 4, 5 and 6.

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How a number line can be used to model the concept of remainders in division.

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Exemplification of the progression from informal to formal written methods for division.

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Explanation of the commutative, distributive and associative laws and how they relate to multiplication and division.

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Exemplification of the progression in "chunking" as a written method for division.

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Using real life contexts to illustrate the relevance and appropriateness of remainders in division.

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Strategies for modelling division by numbers between 0 and 1 and for multiplying and dividing when using decimals.

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