# Objectives: Use multiplication facts to work out divisions. © Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term 1 Week 5 Day 1.

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Objectives: Use multiplication facts to work out divisions. © Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term 1 Week 5 Day 1

Let’s quickly practise the 6x table… 66 72

© Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term 1 Week 5 Day 1 How many 6s are in each of these multiples? 66

© Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term 1 Week 5 Day 1 How many 9s are in each of these multiples? YOU need to KNOW these!

© Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term 1 Week 5 Day 1 Talk to a partner… How many division facts can you find that begin with 36, 48 and 54? (For example, 36÷6 = 6, 36÷9 = 4…) Which of these numbers has the most division facts?

© Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term 1 Week 5 Day 1 Which of these have a remainder ?

© Hamilton Trust Stepping Up Term 1 Week 5 Day 1 1.30 ÷ 5 = 2.How many 6s in 60? 3.48 ÷ 2 = 4.4 x ☐ = 32 5.How many 5s in 35? 6.64 ÷ 4 = 7.6 x ☐ = 24 8.Divide 42 by 5 1.45 ÷ 5 = 2.How many 6s in 36? 3.72 ÷ 9 = 4.6 x ☐ = 42 5.How many 5s in 55? 6.64 ÷ 6 = 7.8 x ☐ = 72 8.Divide 46 by 9

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