PlanIt Y4 Multiplication and Division Lesson Pack Problem Solving The Distributive Law (2)

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  • Good lesson pack for distributive law but may have spotted a slight error on the activity sheet. There seems to be multiplication symbols instead of subtraction symbols on the scaffolded problems. Could cause some confusion. Or could just be me!

    , Jan 29th
    • Hi traceywb,
      I am really sorry to hear about this mistake, and I apologise if it has caused you any trouble. It will be changed shortly!

      , Jan 29th
    • Hi there traceywb,
      Thank you so much for letting us know about this issue! Our lovely resource creation team have amended the resource and the new version is now available to download.

      , Jan 30th
    • Thanks for sorting. Using this after half term with my year 3/4 class :)

      , Feb 15th
    • Hi traceywb,
      Thanks for letting us know. I'm glad we could help!

      , Feb 15th
PlanIt Y4 Multiplication and Division Lesson Pack Problem Solving The Distributive Law (2)

PlanIt Y4 Multiplication and Division Lesson Pack Problem Solving The Distributive Law (2) - This is the second of a set of two lessons on the Distributive Law. This lesson teaches children to perform TO x O multiplication calculations by rounding, calculating then adjusting. It includes a lesson plan, presentation and differentiated activity sheets.
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  • Homepage » PlanIt » Mathematics » Year Four » Number - Multiplication and Division » Solve problems involving multiplying and adding, including using the distributive law to multiply two digit numbers by one digit, integer scaling problems and harder correspondence problems such as n objects are connected to m objects
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