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10 in 10: Complete the 10 question in 10 minutes.

  1. 23 + 7 =
  2. 28 + 2 =
  3. 19 + 3 =
  4. 16 + 6 =
  5. 34 + 3 =
  6. 33 + 6 =
  7. 35 + 5 =
  8. 37 + 2 =
  9. 39 + 2 =

10. 44 + 3 =

I have attached a number line to 50 to help you answer these questions at the bottom of the document.

Times tables: Watch the video below.

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Can you answer the questions below?

2 x 5 =                       4 x 5 =

6 x 5 =                       8 x 5 =

0 x 5 =                       3 x 5 =




Learning Objective: I can identify equal groupings as the first step in multiplying

I have highlighted some key words in our learning objective and I would like you to think about what that word means.


Identify __________________________________________________________________


Equal groupings ______________________________________________________________


Multiplying ______________________________________________________________





Identify means to find something.


Equal grouping means to have the same amount of items in different groups.


Multiplying means to add equal groups. When we multiple, the number of things in the group increases and our number gets bigger.



Warm up: Looking at the picture below, I would like you to think about who has made equal groups of cookies on their plates. How do you know?


Let’s learn:

When looking at which groups are equal does this mean they have to look the same too?

These cookies are set out in a similar way, but when I count how many cookies are on each of the three plates, I can see they are not equal.

These cookies are not set out in a similar way, they are laid out on the plates in lots of different ways. However, when I count how many are on each plate, I can see that each plate has 4 cookies. I know that these cookies are equally grouped.

Look at the picture below, are these cupcakes equally grouped? How do you know?


I can see that the two trays both have 3 cupcakes, I know this means that the cupcakes are in equal groups.


Can you work out the answers for the questions below? I shall attach the answers in a separate document below.









Answer these questions for an additional challenge:


Do not forget to send your work to me via the class email! I look forward to seeing your hard work.