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Doubling using multilink cubes Year 1 Summer Term
Start off with 1 cube Build a tower the same as the one you have already. Put them on top of each other. How many do you have now?
Start off with 2 cubes Build a tower the same as the one you have already. Put them on top of each other. How many do you have now?
Build a tower the same as the one you have already. Put them on top of each other. How many do you have now? Start off with a tower with 3 cubes
Start off with a tower of 4 cubes Build a tower the same as the one you have already. Put them on top of each other. How many do you have now?
Build a tower the same as the one you have already. Put them on top of each other. How many do you have now? Start off with a tower of 5 cubes
Build a tower the same as the one you have already. Put them on top of each other. How many do you have now? Start off with a tower of 6 cubes
Build a tower the same as the one you have already. Put them on top of each other. How many do you have now? Start off with a tower of 7 cubes
Build a tower the same as the one you have already. How many do you have altogether now? What is double 8? Start off with a tower of 8 cubes
Build a tower the same as the one you have already. How many do you have altogether now? What is double 9? Start off with a tower of 9 cubes
Build a tower the same as the one you have already. Start off with a tower of 10 cubes How many do you have altogether now? What is double 10?
Build a tower the same as the one you have already. Start off with a tower of 15 cubes How many do you have altogether now? What is double 15?
Now go and build some towers and double them on your own!
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