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When we need to multiply a two-digit or three-digit number by a one-digit number, the quickest method to use is short multiplication. Use this method to work out these multiplication number sentences.
Can you work out the answers to these questions? You'll need to use your knowledge of addition, subtractions, division and multiplication!
Can you fill in the missing numbers in these number sentences?
Can you use your times tables knowledge to solve these multiplication problems?
When multiplying a pair of fractions, you simply multiply the two numerators and the two denominators. Try to work these out using the above method. Don’t forget to simplify your answers as the end!
When multiplying fractions with a whole number, you multiply the numerator by the whole number while the denominator stays the same. See if you can work out these sums using this method.
Are you feeling fast? Try this multiplication and division speed challenge...
Can you use the long multiplication mathod method to solve these problems?
How good are you at addition, subtraction, division and multiplication? Let's find out...
Sid the snake can only eat multiples of 10. Can you put a circle around all the multiples of 10 below? Then draw a line joining them all up so Sid knows where to go!
Tom Ten needs to get across this grid, but he can only step on multiples of 10. Help him find his way by counting in tens and colouring each number as you go.
Finn Five needs to get across this grid, but he can only step on multiples of 5. Help him find his way by counting in fives and colouring each number as you go.
Tallulah Two needs to get across this grid, but she can only step on multiples of 2. Help her find her way by counting in twos and colouring each number as you go.
A cube number is multiplied by itself and then by itself again! Cube numbers can be visually represented with cube diagrams. When writing a cube number we use a small 3 next to the number. Can you use a calculator to complete the table below?
There is a code on the door of the castle. Can you help the princess to work out the code so she can enter the castle?
Test your multiplication skills with these football word problems.
Can you solve these multiplication word problems – you'll need to know your 2, 5 and 10 times tables!
Can you multiply and divide these numbers? Get ready, set...
Sam works in a supermarket stacking cans of beans. The beans are delivered in boxes of 49 and Sam has to arrange them in triangular stacks. One day, he finds that he can arrange 49 cans into 3 triangular stacks. Can you work out how Sam did this? Is there a second way of doing it?