Multiplication and division booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on sharing objects into groups systematically and using the language of division. The activities provide opportunities for solving real-life problems, developing mathematical language, reasoning about numbers, developing estimation skills and explaining and discussing. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematical understanding set of materials (Ref: 1168-2005).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Multiplication and division booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on using knowledge of doubles to find half of a number. The activities provide opportunities for making connections between numbers and applying previous knowledge, exploring numbers, real-life contexts, and discussing and explaining. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematical understanding set of materials (Ref: 1168-2005).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Multiplication and division booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on identifying doubles and adding a small number to itself. The activities provide opportunities for solving problems, reasoning about numbers and developing mental images, investigating patterns and explaining and discussing. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematics understanding set of materials (Ref 1168-2005).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Multiplication and division booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on halving a group of objects into two equal groups or a single object equally. The activities provide opportunities for exploring real-life problems, making decisions and explaining and discussing. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematics understanding set of materials (Ref: 1168-2005).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Multiplication and division booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on sharing objects fairly and dealing with any objects left over. The activities provide opportunities for exploring real-life contexts, reasoning about numbers, developing mathematical language and explaining and discussing. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematical understanding set of materials (Ref: 1168-2005).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Multiplication and division booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on counting in twos and recognising pairs of objects. The activities provide opportunities for solving problems, reasoning about numbers and explaining and discussing. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematics understanding set of materials (Ref 1168-2005).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Multiplication and division booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on tackling misconceptions about the links between multiplication and division facts, such as 3 x 5 = 15 so 5 ÷ 15 = 3. The activities provide opportunities for communicating with words and symbols, recognising relationships, developing mental images, and discussing and explaining. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematics understanding set of materials (Ref 1168-2005).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Multiplication and division booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on understanding the operation of multiplying by ten rather than describing it as 'adding a nought'. The activities provide opportunities for investigating numbers, recognising connections and patterns, deciding whether answers are reasonable and discussing and explaining. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematical understanding set of materials (Ref 1168-2005).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Multiplication and division booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on tackling the misconception that the commutative law holds for division, for example assuming that 15 ÷ 3 = 5 means that 3 ÷ 15 = 5. The activities provide opportunities for exploring a real-life context, developing mental images, making decisions, and discussing and explaining. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematical understanding set of materials (Ref: 1168-2005).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Multiplication and division booklet containing teaching and assessment activities focusing on interpreting a remainder as a fraction. The activities provide opportunities for communicating with mathematical language and symbols, solving real-life problems, identifying patterns, reasoning about numbers and developing mental images. This resource is part of the Supporting children with gaps in their mathematical understanding set of materials (Ref 1168-2005).

The National Strategies Last update: 2011