Multiplying 4-Digit Numbers by 1 Digit Numbers Using Grid Method Activity Sheet Pack

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  • The partitioning of the numbers is all wrong on these. The children need to understand the value of each digit e.g. 6534 is partitioned as 6 5 4 3 but it should be 6000 500 30 4.

    , Mar 13th
    • Hi Laura19881,
      Thank you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll get this corrected right away!

      , Mar 14th
Multiplying 4-Digit Numbers by 1 Digit Numbers Using Grid Method Activity Sheet Pack

Multiplying 4-Digit Numbers by 1 Digit Numbers Using Grid Method Activity Sheet Pack - Practise the grid method of multiplication with 4x1 digit calculations. 10 questions already written in a grid, and 40 questions to practise, with a blank template if required.
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