Multiples of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10

Multiples of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
Multiples of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
Multiples of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
Multiples of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
Multiples of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
Multiples of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
Multiples of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
Multiples of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 10
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A fun way to discover and learn multiples.
MULTIPLES OF 10 (6 worksheets)
• Worksheet A: Number worm - colour every 10th number
• Worksheet B: 100 Number Block - colour every 10th number. What pattern do you notice?
• Worksheet C: Building blocks - How many circles do you have in total? Complete table. What pattern do you notice?
• Worksheet D: Money Matters - How many Rand is there in total? Complete table. Explain how you got your answers. Multiplication with 0.
• Worksheet E: Cards (10 of diamonds) - How many diamonds are there in total? Fit the correct answers together in different columns. Explain how you got your answers.
• Worksheet F: Toes - Reverse operations. Division using toes. Explain how you got your answers.
MULTIPLES OF 5 (6 worksheets)
• Worksheet A: Number worm - colour every 5th number
• Worksheet B: 100 Number Block - colour every 5th number. What pattern do you notice?
• Worksheet C: Hands - How many fingers do you count in total? Complete tables. What pattern do you notice?
• Worksheet D: Monkeys and bananas - Fit the correct answers together in different columns. Explain how you got your answers.
• Worksheet E: Flowers with 5 leaves - Complete table. Explain how you got your answers.
• Worksheet F: Money Matters - Division using R5 coins. Explain how you got your answers.
MULTIPLES OF 1 (1 worksheet)
• Monsters; Complete table; Conclude what odd and even numbers are; Complete Mind Map
MULTIPLES OF 2 (7 worksheets)
• Worksheet A: Number worm - colour every 2nd number
• Worksheet B: 100 Number Block - colour every 2nd number. What pattern do you notice?
• Worksheet C: Money Matters - How many R2 coins are there? How can we write sum of R2s in another way? Complete tables. Explain how you got your answers. Investigate what a number and a digit is.
• Worksheet D: Parrot - Write words. Complete table. Explain how you got your answers. What pattern do you notice?
• Worksheet E: Aliens vs Monsters - Fit the correct answers together in different columns. Explain how you got your answers.
• Worksheet F: Emotional blobs - Choose correct answer from four options.
• Worksheet G: Drake - Division using R2 coins. Explain how you got your answers.
MULTIPLES OF 3 (6 worksheets)
• Worksheet A: Number worm - colour every 3rd number
• Worksheet B: 100 Number Block - colour every 3rd number. What pattern do you notice?
• Worksheet C: Traffic Lights - How many circles do you have in total? Complete table. Explain how you got your answers. Complete table. What pattern do you notice?
• Worksheet D: Three-eyed monster - How many eyes are there in total? Complete table. Explain how you got your answers.
• Worksheet E: Triceratops – Circle all the multiples of 3.
• Worksheet F: Reverse operations. Division using triangles. Explain how you got your answers.
MULTIPLES OF 4 (5 worksheets)
• Worksheet A: Number worm - colour every 4th number
• Worksheet B: 100 Number Block - colour every 4th number. What pattern do you notice?
• Worksheet C: 4-legged animals - How many legs do you have in total? Complete answers.
• Worksheet D: Bulls - Fit the correct answers together in different columns. Explain how you got your answers. Complete table. What pattern do you notice?
• Worksheet E: Cats - Reverse operations. Division using cat legs. Explain how you got your answers.
Mental Maths Cards: 1x, 2x, 3x, 4x, 5x and 10x
How to do this work:
• All multiple work must be done with concrete objects.
• That means the child must work with physical objects like lids, stones, shells, etc.
• Fingers and toes are also concrete objects.
• The parent / educator must be with the child when he packs out the objects. Allow child to do it in his own way.
• The parent / educator can ask questions like “What did you do to get the answer?” or “What pattern did you notice?”
• For struggling learners this can only de done verbally. Other learners write answers.
• Children advance at their own pace. So there will be children who want to attempt activities without the help of an adult.

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