Addition & Subtraction

Year 6

Multiplication & Division

Syllabus

6AS/MD–2: Use arithmetic properties, inverse relationships, and place-value understanding to derive calculations and solve problems. This approach develops the ability to think logically and apply known mathematical principles to find solutions for unknown variables.

Encourages a strategic approach to problem solving, vital for advanced mathematical reasoning and algebra.

Encourages a strategic approach to problem solving, vital for advanced mathematical reasoning and algebra.

Resources

Hugo Cheyne7 months ago

Basic practice problems for multiplication using the compensation method. The problems aren't as varied as you could hope, but they do help to reinforce learning.

Hugo Cheyne7 months ago

Practice online quiz questions on the compensation property of addition.

Hugo Cheyne7 months ago

Explains the compensation property for addition and multiplication, with 5 practice problems at the bottom.

Hugo Cheyne7 months ago

A series of multiplication practice word problems and answers to get students thinking logically! 5.3A is the easiest, 5.3C the hardest.

Hugo Cheyne7 months ago

Brilliant video showing how to use the compensation method for sums, multiplications and divisions to simplify difficult looking problems.

Hugo Cheyne7 months ago

Explains the compensation property of addition and subtraction. For example, subtracting 9 might be more easily seen as subtracting 10 and adding 1. Video explainer and practice exercise.

Required Topics

Applying Scaling by Fractions

Additive and Multiplicative Relationships

Scaling with Powers of Ten

Adding and Subtracting Fractions with Bridging

Next Topics

Solving Ratio Problems