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Year 4

Represent counting in threes as the 3 times table

I can represent counting in threes as the 3 times table.

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Year 4

Represent counting in threes as the 3 times table

I can represent counting in threes as the 3 times table.

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Lesson details

Key learning points

1. Counting in threes is the pattern of the 3 times table.
2. Counting in threes can be represented in different ways.

Common misconception

Pupils often confuse the keywords of this lesson and use them interchangeably or incorrectly.

Model correct usage in a range of contexts including labelling abstract equations and using the terms to identify the known elements in worded problems. Choral response can also support pupils using these words correctly.

Keywords

• Factor - Numbers we can multiply together to get another number are known as factors.

• Product - The answer when two or more values are multiplied together.

• Multiple - A multiple is the result of multiplying a number by another whole number.

The focus of this lesson is recognition of multiples of threes and connecting this to tables facts. Use every opportunity to rehearse and chant multiplication facts including skip counting and chanting multiplication tables to support fluency.
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Starter quiz

6 Questions

Q1.

8

Correct Answer:4 + 4 + 4,12

12

Correct Answer:4 + 4 + 4 + 4,16

16

Correct Answer:4 + 4 + 4 + 4 + 4,20

20

Q2.
When counting in eights, which of these numbers would not be part of the count?
8
16
32
40
Q3.
When counting in eights, Izzy reaches 88 Which number will she say next?
80
88
95
97
Q4.
Match the start of the count to the next number in the count.

16

32

12

64

36

Q5.
What calculation does this array show?
1 × 4
3 × 6
2 × 4
Q6.
Match the times tables facts to the correct product.

24

48

56

36

20

Exit quiz

6 Questions

Q1.
Starting with the smallest, put the multiples of 3 in order.
1 - 3
2 - 6
3 - 9
4 - 12
5 - 27
Q2.
Which of these numbers are multiples of 3?
17
11
Q3.
In each of the sequences which multiple of 3 will come next?

12

24

36

27

18

Q4.
A tricycle has 3 wheels. Imagine 5 tricycles in a shed. How many wheels will there be altogether? wheels
Q5.
A triangle has 3 sides. Imagine 7 triangles. How many sides will there be in total? sides