MULTIPLE MASTER 1
HOW TO PLAY?
Multiple Master 1 asks the player to count in a given multiple using a series of shapes representing the multiple, e.g. a triangle = 3. The aim of these multiple games is to practise counting up using a multiple, e.g. 5, 10, 15, 20…etc. Players will need to think quickly and use their knowledge of times tables to help with these times tables games. After displaying all of the shapes on the slides, the player will need to total up the multiples to give a final answer and become a MyMiniMaths Champion.
HINTS & STRATEGIES FOR MULTIPLE GAMES
- Count up in the multiple given, e.g. 3, 6, 9, 12, 15…etc.
- Count only the shapes seen and then multiply the number of shapes by the chosen multiple.
- Use your fingers to help keep a track of the shapes displayed.
- Count up and group in 10 lots of the multiple to help break the game into smaller blocks.
Can you master MULTIPLE MASTER 1?
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