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- 1. __________ ____ ___ Year 4 January 2010 THE MAGNIFICANT MATHS SHOP YEAR 4 INTERACTIVE MATHS LESSON
- 2. Type your name and send: Next Page LO: to solve some money problems with multiplication Vocabulary: “a dozen” is 12
- 3. Mr Shepherd comes into the shop to buy some flowers for his wife. He buys 1 dozen daffodils. How much does he spend? Price List Daffodils – 50p each Roses – 50p each Tulips – 51p each Lilies – 51p each A £6.00 B £6.50 C £5.66 Next Page
- 4. Well Done! Is this how you worked it out? 12 x 50 = (12 x 50) 10 x 50 = 600 + 2 * 50 12 x 60 = £6.00 Or did you use another method? Next Page
- 5. Mr Shepherd comes into the shop to buy some flowers for his wife. He buys 1 dozen tulips. How much does he spend? Answer in pence only e.g. 345 Price List Daffodils – 50p each Roses – 50p each Tulips – 51p each Lilies – 51p each Next Page Best six to this point to work with Mrs Faulkner You need to change Q5s and use a laptop.
- 6. A famous actor comes into the shop to buy some flowers for his new girlfriend. He buys 10 Lilies. How much does he spend? A £7.85 B £0.51 C £5.10 Price List Daffodils – 50p each Roses – 50p each Tulips – 51p each Lilies – 51p each Next Page
- 7. Well Done! Is this how you worked it out? 10 x 51 = (10 x50)+(10+1) 10 x 51 = 500 +10 10 x 51 = 510 = £5.10 Or did you use another method? Next Page
- 8. Well Done! Is this how you worked it out? 51 Repeated addition 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 51 + 510 Did you do it this way? Or did you use another method? Next Page
- 9. Can you find another way of doing this sum? 10 x 51p = Next Page
- 10. An old lady comes into the shop to buy some flowers for her granddaughter. She buys 1 dozen Tulips. How much does she spend? Price List Daffodils – 50p each Roses – 50p each Tulips – 51p each Lilies – 51p each A £6.12 B £1.94 C 52p Next Page
- 11. Well Done! Is this how you worked it out? 12 x 51 = (12 x 50) + (12 x 1) 12 x 51 = 600 + 12 12 x 51 = 612 = £6.12 Or did you use another method? Next Page
- 12. Think about what multiple of ten is very close to 51. Could you use that to help you work out the calculation? Next Page
- 13. A rich man comes into the shop to buy some flowers for his girlfriend. He buys 30 Roses. How much does he spend? Price List Daffodils – 50p each Roses – 50p each Tulips – 51p each Lilies – 51p each A £17.84 C £12.44 B £15.00 Next Page
- 14. Well Done! Is this how you worked it out? 3 x 5 = 15 30 x 5 = 150 30 x 50 = 1500 = £15.00 Or did you use another method? Next Page
- 15. Remember, when answering a word problem, find the relevant information, the facts and the question that you have to answer!!!! Next Page – self assessment.
- 16. LO: to solve some money problems with multiplication I am very confident – I mostly got these problems right. I need more practice but did get some right. I don’t know how to do this and need much more practice. A B C Last page

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