Triangles work well for linking mutliplication with division. I can't do triangles on here well but you put the answer at the top (e.g. 56) and the two numbers that you multiply together at the bottom (e.g. 7 and 8). 56 <u>/ \</u> 7 8 The children can tell you or write the related sums on whiteboards e.g. 7 x 8 = 56. 8 x 7 = 56. 56 / 7 = 8. 56 / 8 = 7. You can then make it harder by giving them two of the numbers and asking them to find the third. You could multiply one of the numbers by 10 and see if they can work out the others. You could double one of the numbers and see if they can work out the others. There are lots of ways you could extend this for Y5, even going up to TU x TU for the most able. Good luck!