Differentiation maths resource Spring Block 1 (Multiplication and Division) in small steps for KS2 children in Year 4. Each small step contains a range of resources including a teaching PowerPoint, varied fluency worksheets, reasoning and problem solving worksheets, homework or extension worksheets, discussion problems for collaborative learning, interactive games and a learning video clip. Coverage of the Year 4 Spring Block 1 (Multiplication and Division) small steps include; 11 and 12 times table, multiply 3 numbers, factor pairs, efficient multiplication, written methods, multiply 2-digits by 1-digit, multiply 3-digits by 1-digit, divide 2-digits by 1-digit, divide 3-digits by 1-digit and correspondence problems. These Spring Block 1 (Multiplication and Division) resources have been designed with the relevant Year 4 curriculum objectives in mind.
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Multiplication and Division Consolidation Year 4 resource will help pupils consolidate their understanding of Spring Block 1: Multiplication and Division, themed around giving children the chance to help run a museum. The questions in this pack will help you identify children working at the expected level.
Step 1: A Viking clan, led by Estrid, is setting sail from Scandinavia. They are travelling across the North Sea to England. Pupils will help Estrid calculate how many Vikings can fit on each longship and how many pieces of equipment can be taken on the journey. Children will also assist two other Vikings who are playing a mystery number game to pass the time on the longship.
Step 2: Our Viking clan, led by Estrid have finally arrived in Britain. Pupils will help Estrid to work out how many warriors her camp of tents will hold, work out the mistake Estrid has made when calculating the amount of meals her hungry tribe of warriors will need. Pupils will also help work out which is the best way of solving a calculation and finally the distance needed to travel in order to find a suitable settlement.
Step 3-5: Estrid and her Viking clan near the settlement of a tribe. They need help predicting how far they have travelled before discovering that the tribe are excellent farmers and want to take the tribe’s land for their own. They work out how many crops each field can hold and then go on to challenge the leader of he tribe to take control of the settlement.