Calculating size - scaling up and down (signed)

A model maker describes how he changes the size of a model by scaling it up or down.

Dividing by five with remainders (signed)

A demonstration of how a variety of numbers can be divided by five, leaving remainders.

Dividing by ten (signed)

An illustration of dividing by ten is given by dancing numbers in the gym.

Division with remainders (signed)

An introduction to division with remainders, illustrated with a real life problem.

How many chairs are needed?

Multiplication is used to calculate chairs needed to seat 30 guests at six tables.

How many chairs are needed? (signed)

Multiplication is used to calculate chairs needed to seat 30 guests at six tables.

Multiplication with square turtles

How a multiplication fact can be written in a number of different ways.

Multiplication with square turtles (signed)

How a multiplication fact can be written in a number of different ways.

Problem solving using division and remainders

The Chuckle Brothers work out how many tables are needed at a wedding reception.

Solving division problems (signed)

Two simple division problems are solved using animated turtles.

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