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Wednesday 6th January

This lesson is simply a recap of learning based on the three times table. I have included a multiplication square grid to provide extra support for your child if their understanding of this times table is not yet secure. 


Begin by watching the video link which recaps multiplying and dividing by three: 

Afterwards, download and complete both Activity 1 and 2 worksheets.
For the Activity 1 worksheet, question 3, when it states 'number story' it means using the number calculation and turning it into a story. e.g. Ava had six friends and she wanted to give each of them 3 sweets, how many sweets will she give them altogether? This represents the calculation: 6 x 3 = 18 (see photo below worksheets for a completed example of this question).

When carrying out questions that involves completing bar models, remember the part/whole method and think about how many groups there will be. 


Next, watch the second video which recaps the three times table:

Afterwards, download and complete Activity 3.