# Multiply Quickulations

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## A Mathematics Lesson Starter Of The Day

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Topics: Starter | Arithmetic | Mental Methods

• Mr. Bailey, Bolton
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• I used this as a settling in exercise, and it worked beautifully. This is a normally vocal class and they really got stuck into it.
• Transum,
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• It may be the dynamic nature of this starter that makes it work so well. The fact that something on the screen is constantly changing encourages you to watch so that you don't miss anything! Click on the link above to see the alternative version of this starter. It's a great way to start the lesson when everyone gets involved in this mental activity at the very beginning of your lesson.

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