Multiplication madness

In Maths, we played our games that we had previously created in order to test our own knowledge of multiplication. The multiplication strands that we included in our board games consisted of: using related facts to solve problems, multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000 (including decimals) and using long multiplication.

We tried our best to include something that related to our topic about journeys. Some pupils created counters in the shape of cars (including 3d effects) ; others focussed on longer trips using planes to move from destination to destination.

This piece of work was enjoyable because it was in the form of a game. We were involved in the whole process from planning, creating and playing!

Wolsley 🙂