## Multiplying using visual grid method

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 re-enforcement and explanation of multiplying using areas and grids. excuse the awful title couldn't miss out on and alliteration like that.

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A step-by-step, full colour visual guide to multiplying using the grid method over two pages. Could be printed, laminated and kept in class as a reference, or each child could have a copy inside their Maths book.

#### Multiplying using grid method worksheets

These are the grid method worksheets I have used successfully with lower ability year 3 children and upwards. They break the stages of grid method down into manageable steps and are easy to edit to suit all needs.<br />
Hope they are helpful.

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#### Multiplying decimals using the grid method.

A ppt presentation and lesson plan for a lesson on using the grid method to multiply decimals. Questions are split into 3 levels of difficulty to aid with differentiation.

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#### Unit 1: Using a grid method to multiply expression

Algebra Study Unit 1: Using a grid method to multiply expressions is for individual teachers in secondary schools who are considering their teaching of algebra. It discusses ways of using a grid method to help pupils to multiply a single term over brackets and to find the product of two linear expressions.

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