Multiplication and Division

Lesson

Turn arounds and fact families are important to know when solving maths problems. each multiplication fact has a turn around fact, where you turn around the factors you are multiplying to get the same answer. We can then build fact families from these using division.

I will explain this in more detail in the following video.

Fill in the boxes with the missing numbers to complete the fact family.

$5\times\editable{}=5$5×=5

$1\times\editable{}=5$1×=5

$5\div\editable{}=5$5÷=5

$\editable{}\div5=1$÷5=1

Fill in the boxes with the missing numbers.

$3\times3=\editable{}$3×3=

$3\times\editable{}=9$3×=9

$9\div\editable{}=3$9÷=3

$\editable{}\div3=3$÷3=3

Fill in the boxes with the missing numbers to complete the fact family.

$0\times6=\editable{}$0×6=

$6\times\editable{}=0$6×=0

$\editable{}\div6=0$÷6=0

What does $6\div0$6÷0 equal?

$6$6

AWe can't evaluate $6\div0$6÷0

B$0$0

C$1$1

D$6$6

AWe can't evaluate $6\div0$6÷0

B$0$0

C$1$1

D

Use simple additive strategies with whole numbers and fractions