- Multiplication and division

## Lessons (20)

- In this lesson, we will look at showing division and multiplication equations using pictorial representations. We will explore how multiplication is commutative and how multiplication is the inverse to division.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet1 Quiz1 Video
- In this lesson, we will explore how to represent word problems using bar models. We will learn how to identify bar models that represent division or multiplication problems.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will explore how to represent two-step word problems using bar models. We will learn how to identify bar models that represent division or multiplication equations.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will learn how to represent multiplication equations pictorially. Then, we will explore how we can derive new facts from known multiplication facts.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will explore how division is the inverse to multiplication. Then, we will learn how to derive division facts from known facts using our times tables knowledge.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will solve multiplication equations using the distributive law. We will use arrays and area models to represent our calculations.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will explore the distributive law in multiplication. We will solve 2-digit multiplication problems using the partitioning method and the compensating method.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will multiply three 1-digit numbers by each other and explore the associative law.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will use short multiplication to multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. We will learn to regroup in the ones and tens column.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will use short multiplication to multiply 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers. We will learn to regroup in multiple columns and when zero is a place value holder.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will explore a range of strategies to solve multiplication problems. We will use mental and written strategies to solve problems.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will consolidate different multiplication strategies and apply different methods in reasoning questions.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will explore a range of mental division methods, including partitioning through the distributive law and using our known multiplication facts.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will use our known multiplication facts to help us divide mentally.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will explore how to use the short division algorithm with regrouping in one place value column.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will explore how to use the short division algorithm with multiple regroups.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will explore how to use the short division algorithm, regrouping through zero.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video
- In this lesson, we will explore a multi-step problem and decide which of the following operations will solve each step; addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet1 Quiz1 Video
- In this lesson, we will solve a multi-step problem using all four operations; addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet1 Quiz1 Video
- In this lesson, we will consolidate division strategies by solving a variety of division reasoning questions.1 Slide deck1 Worksheet2 Quizzes1 Video