Multiplying using visual grid method
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An explanation of multiplication using a grid/box method, designed for bottom set year 7, accompanied by a few basic questions . Used in class with visual reenforcement and explanation of multiplying using areas and grids. excuse the awful title couldn't miss out on and alliteration like that.
Last updated May 25, 2012,
created May 24, 2012
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An excellent, and beautifully made multiplication visual aide which is useful for pupils and teachers. This resource has been selected to feature in the @TESPrimary tweetfeed. Thank you so much for sharing, you are helping to inspire teachers and students all over the world!
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