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3, 6, 9 times tables

Unit 4 – 4 weeks

The PowerPoint file contains slides you can use in the classroom to support each of the learning outcomes for this unit, listed below.

The slides are comprehensively linked to associated pedagogical guidance in the NCETM Primary Mastery Professional Development materials. There are also links to the ready-to-progress criteria detailed in the DfE Primary Mathematics Guidance 2020.

Learning outcomes

# Title
1 Pupils represent counting in threes as the three times table
2 Pupils explain the relationship between adjacent multiples of three
3 Pupils use knowledge of the three times table to solve problems
4 Pupils represent counting in sixes as the six times table
5 Pupils explain the relationship between adjacent multiples of six
6 Pupils use knowledge of the six times table to solve problems
7 Pupils use known facts from the five times table to solve problems involving the six times table
8 Pupils explain the relationship between multiples of three and multiples of six
9 Pupils use knowledge of the relationships between the three and six times tables to solve problems
10 Pupils represent counting in nines as the nine times table
11 Pupils explain the relationship between adjacent multiples of nine (1)
12 Pupils explain the relationship between adjacent multiples of nine (2)
13 Pupils use known facts from the ten times table to solve problems involving the nine times table
14 Pupils explain the relationship between multiples of three and multiples of nine
15 Pupils explain the relationship between pairs of three and nine times table facts that have the same product (1)
16 Pupils explain the relationship between pairs of three and nine times table facts that have the same product (2)
17 Pupils use the divisibility rules for divisors of three
18 Pupils use the divisibility rules for divisors of six (1)
19 Pupils use the divisibility rules for divisors of six (2)

 

Phase

  • Primary
  • KS2
  • Year 4
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