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Multiplying by 10 and 100 - fun activities?

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by annap3, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. annap3

    annap3 New commenter

    Afternoon all! Just wondered if anyone had any fun activities or an interesting way of teaching multiplying by 10 and 100? I like to make things practical and am planning to use a4 digit cards and move the children at the front before moving on to independent work using number sliders. I'm sure there must be better ideas? Or perhaps a fun 'hook' for the children?
     
  2. tomcosgrove

    tomcosgrove New commenter

    Tarsia puzzle.
     

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