X  6 



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30 


1 

2  4 
Copy and complete this multiplication grid.
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Topics: Starter  Arithmetic  Negative Numbers
Fantastic number talks activity in p6M today! The children used the Multitoil number activity from @Transum to finish the multiplication grid. Lots of teamwork and discussions of their connections of prior learning with their times tables! @glasgowcounts @MathsWest pic.twitter.com/eu3KPoHo8b
— Castleton Primary (@Castleton_Pri) February 27, 2019
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