Finding half of numbers and doubling numbers can be a tricky concept. Let this topic help provide lots of great resources for your maths lesson on the interactive whiteboard. You may find useful links on doubling in the multiplication section too.
Work out the doubles and click on the target board. The answers are low, usually not over 20. A resource from ictgames.com
Beyond ten, largest answer is around 80. A resource from ictgames.com
Using partitioning to help double. Starts with a number under 60. A resource from ictgames.com
An easy version of woodcards. These place value cards help to support doubling concepts. Starts with numbers like double 33. A resource from ictgames.com
Children are asked to buy meal deals. They start by doubling different amounts which are added together to make a total billing amount. At the next level they are encouraged to identify doubles and halves of amounts by looking at a set of bills. At level 3 children will work out the value of a digit within an amount of money. They will also have to round up or down to the nearest hundred, ten and unit within a value of money.
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