PlanIt Y4 Multiplication and Division Lesson Pack Problem Solving Scaling Problems (1)

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PlanIt Y4 Multiplication and Division Lesson Pack Problem Solving Scaling Problems (1)
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  • Twinkl

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  • There is an issue with the calculations in the PowerPoint presentation. It says that the potion needs to be scale up by 6, but then it is doubled. This is an issue throughout the PowerPoint, which is a shame, because it is such a lovely resource otherwise, and I don't have enough time to change all the errors!

    , Feb 16th
    • Hi lydia.taylor2,
      Thank you so much for letting us know about this one. I'll get this resource checked right away!

      , Feb 16th
    • Hi there lydia.taylor2,
      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.

      , Feb 17th
PlanIt Y4 Multiplication and Division Lesson Pack Problem Solving Scaling Problems (1)

PlanIt Y4 Multiplication and Division Lesson Pack Problem Solving Scaling Problems (1) - This is the first of a set of two lessons on scaling. This lesson teaches children to use their times tables facts to help them to scale ingredients up or down to make the desired number of vials of each potion. It includes a lesson plan, presentation, a differentiated treasure hunt and recording sheet and an assessment activity sheet.
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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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    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Feb 17th