We have been solving tricky multiplication and division problems in Maths this week. We have been drawing bar models to help us think about the question.

Can you create 2 multiplication and 2 division facts for each bar model? Can you create word problems to go with them? Mrs. Rhodes has done an example for the first one. You will need to finish it off for her!

27 ÷ 3 = 9

27 ÷ 9 =

9 x 3 =

3 x 9 =

3 children shared 27 sweets between them. How many sweets did each child get?

Challenge: create you own multiplication and division families with bar models.

HumairaHere is my comment sooo … the first multiplication question is 3 x 9 = 27.

After that you might do 9 x 3 = 27 or you might do it the other way around.Then I think the division questions are twenty – seven [ 27 ] divided by nine [ 9 ] equals [ = ] three [ 3 ] . Finally your last question is drum roll (fanfare) twenty – seven [ 27 ]divided by three [ 3 ] equals [ =] nine [ 9 ] And that`s all from me folkes buh bye see you later aligator !!!! ADIOS SERANORA MI AMIGOS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Kiran1.3 times 9 = 27, 9 times 3, 27 divided by 9= 3,27 divided by 3= 9.

2.7 times 4 28, 28 divided by 4 =7, 4 times 7 =28,7 divided by 28 =4.

3.11 times 6= 66, 66 divided by 11 =6,6 times 11=66, 66 divided by 11= 6

4.124 times 124= 248,248 divided by 124 =124

9 children divided 27 toys. They still had 3 lonely toys.The answer miss were looking for were 9

Safiya9 times 3 equals 27

3 times 9 equals 27

27 divided 9 equals 3

27 divided 3 equals 9

kashif27 divided by 9=3

9*3=27

3*9=27

worded question =9

Arsalan27 ÷ 3 = 9

27 ÷ 9 =3

9 x 3 =27

3 x 9 =27

Kashif9 x 3 =27

3 x 9 =27

27 ÷ 9 =3

27 ÷ 3 =9

Arsalan1.27/9= 3

2.9*3=27

3.3*9=27

4.3 children shared 27 sweets between them. How many sweets did each child get?

Each child will get 9

Arsalan9×3=27

3×9=27

27÷9=3

Ravjot1. 3×9=27 and 2 9×3=27,

2.27÷3=9,27÷9=3