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Rows 3 and 4

Lesson 1

LI: To multiply by 8.

In your pack you have multiplying by 8s worksheet.

There is a video below that will help you.

On your overview sheet there is an example of one of the types of questions that you will be looking at today - it uses a bar model. 

The example shows;

There are 7 lot of 8

The bar model represents 7 x 8

7 x 8 = 56

The whole amount is 56

Multiply by 8

Lesson 2

LI: To divide by 8.

Today, we are dividing my 8 – we can do this by applying our understanding of multiplying by 8 – think about the fact families.

In your pack you have a dividing by 8 worksheet

There is a video below that will help you.

Top Tip

32 ÷ 8

Think about how many 8s fit into 32.

Can you count in 8s to 32?

8, 16, 24, 32

32 ÷ 8 = 4

Divide by 8

Lesson 3

LI: To apply my understanding to the 8 times tables.

Today, we are applying our understanding of multiplying and dividing by 8.  In your pack you have an 8 times table worksheet.

There is a video below that will help you.

On your overview sheet there is an example of one of the questions you will be looking at today.

You can see that there are 5 packs of 8 rolls

The multiplication represent is 5 x 

The 8 times-table

Lesson 4

LI: To apply my understanding for the 2, 4 and 8 times tables.

Today, we are applying our understanding of the 2, 4 and 8 times tables.  In your pack you have a worksheet to consolidate 2, 4 and 8 time tables.

There is a video below that will help you.

On your overview sheet there is an example of one of the questions you will be working on today.

The image shows that there are 5 boys

  Each boy has 2 legs

  5 x 2 = 10

 There are 10 legs altogether.

Consolidate 2 4 and 8 times-tables

Lesson 5

LI: To compare mathematical statements.

Today, we are comparing statements.  We have to solve the calculations before we can compare.  We are using the > greater than, < less than and = equal to symbols.

In your pack you have a comparing statements worksheet.

There is a video below that will help you.

Comparing statements

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