# Multiplication patterns

Today we will be exploring the patterns which different multiplication tables create on a 10 x 10 square. We will begin by sharing the efficient mental strategies which allow us to identify multiplication facts in the 6x and 12x multiplication tables. We will then explore other multiplication tables, shading the multiples and exploring the patterns, similarities and differences that exist within them.

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# Worksheet

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# Multiplication patterns quiz

We explored different multiplication tables during the lesson and discussed the patterns and similarities that existed within them. But how confident are you that you know your multiplication tables and that you could use them to make factual statements or spot incorrect statements? Let's find out! Please read the questions carefully...good luck everyone.

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## Q5.Which of the multiplication questions will NOT create the product of 24?

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# Multiplication patterns quiz

We explored different multiplication tables during the lesson and discussed the patterns and similarities that existed within them. But how confident are you that you know your multiplication tables and that you could use them to make factual statements or spot incorrect statements? Let's find out! Please read the questions carefully...good luck everyone.

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# Lesson summary: Multiplication patterns

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