Year 5

Year 5

# Representing 2-digit by 2-digit multiplication

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## Lesson details

### Key learning points

1. In this lesson, we will develop our understanding of pictorial representations when multiplying by a two-digit number and link this to the formal written method of long multiplication.

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## Starter quiz

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### 5 Questions

Q1.
To visit his grandmother, Leon takes a train 6.37 km and a car 5.45 km. How many kilometres is his journey in total?
11.72 km
12.82 km
Q2.
Micah's sports car can travel at 196.7 mph. How far can he travel in 3 hours?
488.1 mph
587.2 mph
Q3.
The temperature in the classroom was 21.8 °C. Sofia left the door open and the temperature dropped by 3.7 °C. What was the temperature now?
22.1°C
25.5°C
Q4.
Sarah was 88.49 cm tall when she was 3 years old. By the time she was 18, Sarah had grown a further 83.91 cm. How tall was she when she was 18?
163.4cm
179.4cm
Q5.
Long-haired Lucy decided it was time for a new haircut. She went to the hairdressers with hair 74.2 cm long. When she left it was 21.6 cm long. How much had the hairdressers taken off?
33.4 cm
95.8 cm

## Exit quiz

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Q1.
23 x 18
214
424
Q2.
78 x 23
1674