PlanIt Y3 Multiplication and Division Lesson Pack Scaling Problems (3)


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PlanIt Y3 Multiplication and Division Lesson Pack Scaling Problems (3) - problem solving, maths, scaling, twice as big, three times as big, multiplying, planning
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  • Thank you twinkl for a great PowerPoint. However, there are two calculations with wrong answers and the model car photo doesn't appear on the slides.

    , Jun 20th
    • Hi roots27,
      Thank you very much for commenting! It's great to hear from you :) I'm very sorry to hear you have spotted some mistakes! Which slides on the powerpoint have mistakes in them and I'll take a look at it :)

      , Jun 20th
    • Errors are on slide 15 and 16 but you have to launch the PowerPoint to see them :)

      , Jun 28th
    • Hi Emma.J@Twinkl,
      Thank you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll get this corrected right away!

      , Jun 28th
This is the final lesson in a set of three lesson exploring scaling problems. In this lesson the children explore scale model s and calculate missing measurements. The pack includes a lesson plan, presentation and differentiated activity sheets.
PlanIt Y3 Multiplication and Division Lesson Pack Scaling Problems (3) contains:
  • #Area Overview.pdf
  • #Lesson Plan Playgrounds.pdf
  • #Lesson Presentation Playgrounds.ppt
  • #PlanIt Maths User Guide.pdf
  • #Success Criteria Grid Playgrounds.pdf
  • Activity Sheet Playgrounds/Activity Sheet Playgrounds Black and White.pdf
  • Activity Sheet Playgrounds/Activity Sheet Playgrounds.pdf

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  • Homepage » PlanIt » Mathematics » Year Three » Number - Multiplication and Division » Solve problems, including missing number problems, involving multiplication and division, including positive integer scaling problems and correspondence problems in which n objects are connected to m objects
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    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Dec 7th