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Marvelous Multiplication Mathematicians!

28 September 2015

This week in maths 3C have been trying really hard to learn our 2, 5, 10, 3 and 4 times tables.  We have been playing a variety of fun games so that we don’t even realise that we’re learning!!!   Flippy, Flappy, Fingers is one of our favourites. 

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  • Math Y3

In pairs, we have to say “flippy… flappy… fingers…!” and after fingers we show any number of fingers on one hand.  Then you have to multiply your fingers with your partner’s fingers and the person who shouts out the answer first gets a point!  We also like using the number fans to recall our facts.  We play another game in pairs where Miss Cook puts a digit on each person’s head and tells us what the two numbers multiplied together make.  We can obviously only see one factor so have to apply our times table knowledge to work out what our digit is!  The last game we like is ‘Don’t say 36’.  Standing in a circle you are allowed to say one, two or three numbers.  You count in threes and if you say 36 you have to sit out.  This is a great game that can be changed to ‘Don’t say…’ depending which multiple you are counting in!