# Week Beginning 18th January 2021 - Magnificent Multiplication ✖️

Monday 18th January

LO: To be able to compare multiplication and division facts

Just as we would do in school, once you've finished your work, have a think about today's 'True or False?'...
You can upload a photo of your whizzy maths work by clicking HERE.

Tuesday 19th January

LO: To be able to use known multiplication facts to find related calculations

Just as we would do in school, once you've finished your work, have a think about today's 'True or False?'...
You can upload a photo of your whizzy maths work by clicking HERE.

Wednesday 20th January

LO: To be able to multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number

I can remember to:

- make or draw the correct number of  groups using Base10

- partition the 2-digit number

- multiply the ones (1s)

- multiply the tens (10s)

- combine to give the total

Once you've finished your work, have a think about today's 'True or False?' Quiz by clicking the link below...

Well done to everybody who had a go yesterday - everyone got it right - AMAZING!

Also, thank you for all your positive comments - it's great to hear that you're enjoying your learning!

You can upload a photo of your whizzy maths work by clicking HERE.

Thursday 21st January

LO: To be able to multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number (with exchange!)

I can remember to:

- make or draw the correct number of  groups using Base10

- partition the 2-digit number

- multiply the ones (1s)

- multiply the tens (10s)

- combine to give the total

You can upload a photo of your whizzy maths work by clicking HERE.

WOW!

What a fantastic effort with today's maths Aslans - you are SUPERSTARS!

Friday 22nd January

LO: To be able to solve missing number multiplication problems

For this lesson you will need the digit cards you made last Friday with Miss Travis. If you didn't make them or you've lost them, don't worry, you can watch the video again by clicking HERE.

You can upload a photo of your whizzy maths work by clicking HERE.

Number Clapping Challenge!

Have a go at clapping your own 3-digit number for our Hundreds, Tens and Ones game. It would be so lovely to see lots of your lovely faces at the start of our maths videos!

If you would like to do more than one number, AMAZING, but please record each one as a separate small video :)

Thank you for all the brilliant videos you've sent in so far (please keep them coming!) and all your fantastic work this week,

Have a great weekend!

Keep your eyes peeled for these familiar faces (and hopefully many more!) in my next set of maths videos! (w/c 1/2/21)

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