Column addition with place value counters (stage 1 of 2)
Column Addition (Stage 2)
Column addition with place value counters (Stage 2 of 2)
Column Subtraction stage 1
Column subtraction with place value counters (stage 1 of 3)
Column Subtraction stage 2
Column subtraction with place value counters (stage 2 of 3)
Column Subtraction stage 3
Column subtraction with place value counters (stage 3 of 3)
SLEP Long Multiplication
Examples of how to do..
Multiplying by 1, 10, 100, 1000
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Speed Guide to Short Division
A speed overview of how to do short division. 2 example questions demonstrated, one has 5 as a divisor, the other has 7.
Short Division with Remainders
Super-easy way of finding remainders. This method + knowledge of multiplication tables is what lets you speed ahead using short division.
Short Division with a decimal remainder
First worked example (divisor of 5) at 1:30 Second worked example (divisor of 4) at 3:25 200 = 200.0 = 200.00 Demo of pre-calculation thinking and prediction of remainder - links to rules of division thinking. Set it up with decimal places early on to facilitate smooth workflow.
Percentage of an amount
To find a percentage of an amount. Using pictures to make understanding easier and less likely to make mistakes. www.hegartymaths.com http://www.hegartymaths.com/
Fractions of an amount
How to find a fraction of an amount. It is best to draw a picture to help understanding and avoid mistakes. www.hegartymaths.com http://www.hegartymaths.com/
Order of Operations (Lesson 1)
Designed for first sight of BEDMAS. Grade 7+ students who have done elements of this in previous years will find this useful, fast revision before moving on to deeper study. When you have a bunch of different mathematical operations in a single problem, there's a standard approach to use: the Order of Operations.