Maths Without Limits
Opening Young Minds to Endless Possibilities

## How much can we learn about multiples and factors?

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## Rectangle Diagram – Multiply Two Numbers

This is one of a series of visual skill builders which are designed to give children a toolkit of diagrams, words and phrases to help them explain their mathematical understanding and solve problems.  This one explores how a rectangle diagrams made up of small squares...

## Multiples and Digit Wheels

This is a lovely activity which is very simple to do, and is great for showing that Maths is full of patterns.  The patterns in the numbers then generate satisfying visual patterns. Important Note: Detailed guidance on using the slide show resources can be found in...

## Factor Rainbows

A factor rainbow is a beautiful idea that deserves to be part of every child’s Mathematical vocabulary.  This mini exploration encourages them to explore freely and see how many they can find. Important Note: Detailed guidance on using the slide show resources can be...

## Tables Quiz Speed Game

Once children have learned a series of multiplication tables they need to be able to quickly answer a mixed selection of questions. This game is designed to build their skills in doing this at speed. The game has three levels, beginning with facts that involve 2, 3, 4...

## Populations

Investigate the populations of towns or countries and learn how to work out how many more people live in one town than another and how many times bigger one town is compared with another. Consolidates skills in reading, rounding, subtracting and dividing large numbers...