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Multiplying by 3 Digit Numbers Lesson 2

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A Notebook explaining how to multiply 3 digit numbers. The second in a three lesson series. Aimed at Y4 but suitable for KS2 and adaptable. Visual and pictoral representations to help explain the concept and help meets a key White Rose objective.
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Multiplying by 3 Digit Numbers Lesson 3

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A notebook explaining how to multiply by three digit numbers. The third in a series of three lessons. Aimed at Y4 but suitable and adaptable for KS2. Visual and pictoral representations to help explain the concept. Matches a key White Rose objective.
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Multiplying by 3 Digit Number Lesson 1

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A Notebook explaining how to multiply by 3 digit numbers. The first in a series of three lessons. Aimed at Y4 and LKS2 but adaptable for KS2 and help meets the White Rose objective. Visual and pictoral representations to help the children understand.
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Multiplying by 2 Digit Numbers Lesson 1

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A Notebook presentation. The first in two lessons introducing multiplying by 2 digit numbers. Aimed at Y4 but suitable across KS2. Visual and pictoral representations to help explain the concept.
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Multiplying by 2 Digit Numbers Lesson 2

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A Notebook presentation. The second in two lessons explaining the concept. Aimed at Y4 but suitable and adaptable across KS2. Visual and pictoral representations to help explain the concept.
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Multiplying by Multiples of 100

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A Notebook explaining how to multiply by multiples of 100. Using visual and pictoral strategies and simple but effective. Targeted at Y4 but useful for KS2.
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Multiplying by 12

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A Notebook using visual representations and practical strategies to multiply by 12. In line with the White Rose objectives. Targeted and aimed at Y4 but useful for LKS2 and KS2 in general.
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Multiplying by 9

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A Notebook on multiplying by 9 using visual representations and practical strategies. In line with the White Rose objectives. Targeted at Y4 and LKS2 but adaptable for KS2.
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Multiplying by 7

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A Notebook explaining how to multiply by 7 using practical and visual strategies. Targeted at LKS2 and Y4 and Y3. Simplistic but effective. Could be used in other KS2 year groups and KS3 SEN.
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Multiplying by 6

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A Notebook explaining how to multiply by six using practical and visual strategies. Targeted at LKS2 and Y4 but could be used for Y3 and Y5 and Y6.
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Dividing by 9

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A notebook explaining how to divide by 9 in two different ways: groups of 9 and 9 equal groups. Suitable and aimed at LKS2 but also can be used for UKS2 as revision or introduction of the concept.
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Dividing by 11 and 12

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A lesson notebook explaining how to divide by 11 and 12 in two different ways; groups of 11 and 12 or equal groups of 11 and 12. Aimed at LKS2 but suitable also for UKS2 classes.
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Dividing by 6

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A notebook explaining division by 6 using two methods: equal groups and groups of. I found this very effective with my Y4 class. Suitable for LKS2 but also UKS2 as a revision.
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Dividing by 7

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A notebook explaining division by 7 in two different ways: 7 equal groups and groups of 7. Great for LKS2 classes and UKS2 classes as revision.
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Relative Clause Worksheet

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Activity using who, where, whose and which as relative pronouns in relative clauses. Children have to add a relative clause to the sentences provided. Specific and targeted for this objective. Great introduction to the concept. Could be used in KS1 and KS2 or even SEN for KS3.