Multiplication Madness

We have been working extremely hard in Room 15 to master our multiplication strategies this term. Today, we practised our skills with a scavenger hunt in the sunshine and worked in our teams to apply our strategies to word problems.

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  1. Owen
    Owen says:

    This was a great and fun way for us to learn. It was like a scavenger hunt and it was awesome to work together with our classmates

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  2. Harry
    Harry says:

    This was really fun because you got to find he answer you had and then went to find the card to see if it was the correct answer. It was also really fun because you get to find out if you got the answer right and if you got it wrong you can try again or ask for help.

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  3. Stephanie
    Stephanie says:

    This was a great way to learn about multiplication. It was effective and also very fun. I loved working with Skye because she helped me a lot. I loved this activity.

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  4. Cadence
    Cadence says:

    I loved when we did that because it was like a scavenger hunt and it was fun to work with your classmates around you. It was also cool to work out the task cards and then find the answers around us. 🙂

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  5. Skye
    Skye says:

    I loved doing the Multiplication madness because it was literally like doing a scavenger hunt and it was fun trying to find the answer and going on to the next question. I also love it because we had to try and answer the question and if you got it wrong you won’t be bale to do the next one ,because the answer relates to the paper to go on the next one.

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  6. Caitlyn
    Caitlyn says:

    I learnt so much that day.
    I also loved working in the groups. It made it fun, challanging and efective since you could learn from your peers.

    Thanks.
    From Caitlyn

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  7. Sophie
    Sophie says:

    I loved expressing our working out with each other and using the ‘fan, pick, answer and respond.’ It was a fun activity. I liked it when we got to go outside and answer the questions.

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