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Transcript
```Recording
DELAWARE CP SCHOOL
MULTIPLICATION
YR
NEW AGE-RELATED
EXPECTATIONS
Count repeated groups of
the same size (1s / 2s /
5s / 10s)
Practical / recorded
using ICT (e.g digital
photos / pictures on
IWB)
Practical / recorded
using ICT
Pictures / Objects
Symbols
3 plates, 2 cakes on each plate:
3 plates, 2 cakes on each plate:
Pictures / Symbols
Number line
There are three sweets in one
bag.
How many sweets are there in
five bags?
Solve (practical)
problems
Y1
2 x 3 or 3 x 2
[two, three times] or [three groups of two]
0
Multiplication as repeated
Pictures / Symbols
There are four apples in
each box.
How many apples in six
boxes
5 x 3 or 3 x 5
Y2
0
2
3
6
0
9
5
12
4
10
15
[ref Multiplication facts ITP]
Compact grid method
13 x 4
10
□□x □
□□□ x □
Partitioning
(possible use of
number line to
record steps)
40 x 6 = 240
3 x 6 = 18
40
Expanded vertical
43 x 6
43
x 6
X
40
3
18
240
6
240
18
258
12
/
x 10 / 100
(describe the effect)
Recognise multiples of 2, 5
and 10 up to 1000
Doubles of
numbers
Derive / recall facts to 12 x 12
Numbers up to 1000 x
10 / 100
and understand the
effect)
10 x 4 = 40
3 x 4 = 12
Compact vertical
43
x 6
( 3 x 6)
(40 x 6)
258
Multiples of numbers to 10 up
to the 10th multiple
1
Estimate first
Grid method
Y5
Expanded vertical
□□ □□□
Compact vertical
Grid method
Expanded vertical
2327 x 8
Y6
(estimate: 2300 x 10 = 23 000)
x
2327
8
56
160
2400
16000
18616
Use known facts to derive
other facts
[Find common multiples of
two numbers]
□□ x □ (eg 12 x 9)
□□ x □□ (eg 16 x 25)
Doubles of
□.□ / .□
Multiply whole numbers /
decimals by 10 / 100 /
1000
Compact vertical
Use efficient methods:
Integer x U (eg 2307 x 8)
Decimal x U (eg 31.6 x 7)
TU x TU
HTU x TU
Recall quickly facts to 12 x 12
Use facts to multiply pairs of
multiples of 10 / 100
237 x 4
(estimate 250 x 4 = 1000)
237
x 4
28 (7 x 4)
120 (30 x 4)
800 (200 x 4)
948
□□□ x □
□□ x □□
□.□ x □
□□ / □□□
Doubles of
/
numbers and multiples of
10 / 100
[ref Multiplication grid ITP]
Refine and use efficient
methods:
□ □□
Derive / recall 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8
and 10 times tables
(Derive related division facts)
3
13 x 4 = 52
43 x 6
(estimate: 40 x 6 = 240)
□□
Also 14 x 2 as (10 x 2 and 4 x 2)
13 x 4
Compact grid method
Doubles of
numbers
Doubles of numbers to 100
15
4
Y4
Count in 2s,3s, 5s and 10s
Derive multiples of 2, 5 & 10
Relate to x facts (and derive
related  facts)
5 x 3 or 3 x 5
(eg 13 x 4)
Record, support and
explain:
(see recording)
6
Arrays
10 x 4 = 40
3 x 4 = 12
Partitioning
Count on in 1s, 2s, 5s and
10s
Arrays
□□x □
Y3
(see recording)
Doubles of numbers up to a
total of 20
4
2
Counting on in 1s and 2s
(7 x 8)
(20 x 8)
(300 x 8)
(2000 x 8)
Use facts up to 12 x 12 to
derive facts involving
multiples of 10 / 100 (eg 80
x 30) and decimals (eg 0.8 x
7)
Derive squares of numbers to
12 x 12
Derive corresponding squares
of multiples of 10
TU x U
U.t x U
Integer x 1000 / 100 / 10
/ 0.1 / 0.01
```
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