Year 2

Year 2

# Solving multiplication word problems: Table of two

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### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will solve multiplication problems involving the multiplication table of two using bar models.

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## Starter quiz

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
Which multiplication equation represents the dot cards?
2 x 2 = 4
Correct answer: 2 x 3 = 6
6 x 3 = 2
Q2.
Which multiplication equation represents the dot cards?
Correct answer: 6 x 2 = 12
6 x 2 = 14
6 x 2 = 8
Q3.
Which multiplication equation represents the dot cards?
18 x 2 = 9
9 x 18 = 2
Correct answer: 9 x 2 = 18

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### 3 Questions

Q1.
Match the bar model to the correct problem.
Correct answer: Pens come in packs of two. I buy 5 packs. How many pens do I have?
The school cook serves two carrots per pupil. There are 4 pupils in the queue. How many carrots will they get altogether?
There are now 7 children in the line. How many feet are in the line?
Q2.
Match the bar model to the correct problem.
Pens come in packs of two. I buy 5 packs. How many pens do I have?
Correct answer: The school cook serves two carrots per pupil. There are 4 pupils in the queue. How many carrots will they get altogether?
There are now 7 children in the line. How many feet are in the line?
Q3.
Match the bar model to the correct problem.
Pens come in packs of two. I buy 5 packs. How many pens do I have?
The school cook serves two carrots per pupil. There are 4 pupils in the queue. How many carrots will they get altogether?
Correct answer: There are now 7 children in the line. How many feet are in the line?