## All Four Operations

Help your children to understand the four operations with this collection of colourful resources and great activity ideas.

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## Inverse Multiplication / Division

Information and activities are included on this worksheet, which shows how multiplication and division are inverse operations.
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## Multiplication / Division (Yr6)

Five days of teaching input in these Smart Notebook slides.
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## Inverse Operations Triangles

Printable triangles which can be used when showing children how operations are linked to their inverse.
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## Multiplication and Division by 10, 100 and 1000

A grid which can be used to support multiplication and division by 10, 100 and 1000.
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A SMART Notebook file containing slides for reviewing addition / subtraction with Thousands, Hundreds, Tens, Units and Decimals.
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## Maths Facts Outfits

Make Maths fun by using outfits to review simple facts!
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## Odd and Even

What happens when you add / subtract / multiply / divide with odd and even numbers?
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## Maths Karate

A wonderful way of reinforcing understanding of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division vocabulary.
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## Maths Up!

A fun game which lets children practice multiplication (and many other Maths skills).
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## Four Operations Vocabulary Cards

A handy set of cards showing vocabulary related to the four operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
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## Number Machine

Create your own number machine in the classroom. Great fun!
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## Four Operations Vocabulary Sorting

Ask your pupils to record words and phrases related to each of the four operations. They can then refer to these during independent work.
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## Playing Card Points

A fun competition between children and teacher... who will win?
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## Addition and Subtraction with Rounding

A set of addition and subtraction questions, where children can use their rounding skills to help find the answer.
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## Roll and Write

A fun way of making addition, subtraction or multiplication sums for young children.