#### Multiplying Using The Grid Method

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.

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.

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.

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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.

By kev_joyce

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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.
Hope they are helpful.

By d_ling275

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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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Introduction to inequalities, including notation graphical and algebraic for FOUNDATION Level GCSE.
Moves onto solving inequalities,
PLEASE NOTE method for solving does not consider problems which involve squares.
Also added: matching activity

By jcmusgrove

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A 'what you need to know' worksheet with method descriptions and questions on expanding and factorizing single brakets with two terms on the inside. Box Method and claw/wave, supplemented by a small Tarsia puzzle.
Tarsia is designed to force use of both factorisation and expanding by use of blanks which need filling in.
Designed for middle set year nine

By jcmusgrove

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This is a cross number activity aimed at foundation GCSE revision on expanding brackets, solving and simplifying.
Differentiated for grade C and D students,
Allows students to self check a lot of their answers by ensuring combinations of questions are correct.

By jcmusgrove

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Finding the prime numbers up to one hundred, and then moving onto finding prime factors. A3 worksheet designed for bottom set year 7.
Looks at Eratosthenes sieve which is a nice method for finding all the primes up to 97 (<100).
Factor tree diagrams for prime factors.
designed to complement a taught lesson

By jcmusgrove

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Calling all Year 5 and Year 6 primary teachers (and KS3 maths teachers too!) Do your students struggle with the new SATs maths arithmetic tests? Then use this Excel arithmetic test worksheet creator to create UNLIMITED practice tests for your pupils. I used the 2016 sample paper as a basis for these questions.
We used these tests for a year and it really boosted our arithmetic scores for the SATs tests in May 2016.
It couldn't be simpler to use.
Open the file in Excel (MAKE SURE THAT YOU "ENABLE MACROS") and it will produce a different test EVERY TIME! If you need to produce a different test, either open up the file again OR just press the "Randomise" button (or F9 on your keyboard). If you want to just print the questions, press the "Print Questions" button. If you want to print the answers, press the "Print Answers" button.
Please note that you need Excel to use this file (Tested on Excel 2007).
If you like this resource and enough people buy it and comment then I will make another version based on the actual 2016 SATs maths arithmetic test.

By ramseypm

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This is 2 three-day weeks of progressive planning for year 4. The topic is Subtraction. Planning includes teaching points, key questions, ideas for differentiation, description of activities and key vocabulary. Method used progresses from practical (diennes) to expanded column subtraction and then compact column subtraction. In the second week, children are introduced to the bar model and links to addition are made. Activities for some of the lessons have been uploaded in my shop.

By zundre

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This is 4 days of progressive planning for year 4. The topic is adding/subtracting 10/100/1000 and rounding. Planning includes teaching points, key questions, ideas for differentiation, description of activities and key vocabulary. Children will need blank number lines and diennes for these activities. Activities for some of the lessons have been uploaded in my shop.

By zundre

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This is 4 days of progressive planning for year 4. The topic is Roman Numerals. Planning includes teaching points, key questions, ideas for differentiation, description of activities and key vocabulary. Activities for some of the lessons have been uploaded in my shop. One day requires access to computers/ipads.

By zundre

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