Click here for some simple Multiplication Wheels for Year 3 with answer sheet
Why are Multiplication Wheels useful?
Multiplication Wheels are useful because they help relate multiplying numbers with progressively adding numbers – e.g. 5, 10, 15, 20 – meaning 4×5=20.
They are also useful because they look more interesting than simply writing out tables of multiplications.
Very pleased to announce we’re starting online maths tutorials with clients in Hong Kong.
Sessions are run out of London starting at 6AM London time which is currently 1PM in Hong Kong.
We accept payment in HKD via a PayPal link.
Please get in contact if you are interested in booking a free introductory session, which will help check the technology works for you.
As a reminder, you need a touch-screen device like an iPad or laptop with a touch screen, and a stylus which is easier to use than trying to do maths with your finger.
Multiplication & Division are fundamental subjects in the Maths Curriculum. A child should be able to:
Multiply and divide multi-digit numbers up to four digits
Use the formal written method to multiply numbers
Use the long division method and to interpret remainders as whole numbers, fractions and decimals (years 5 & 6)
Perform mental multiplication and division calculations including with mixed operators
Identify common factors of numbers
Identify and understand prime numbers
Decode numbers and the appropriate operators from plain English text to solve multi-step problems
If your child needs help with any of these topics please contact us for a free introductory session: