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**Multiplication Word Problems**

(1) Mike, Jamie, Paul and Rod

are playing tennis.

They all have five balls.

How many balls do they have in total?

(2) The Davies family order

six pizzas to eat.

Each pizza is sliced into four parts.

How many pizza slices do they get in total?

(3) A town has four banks.

In each bank there are four workers.

How many workers are there in total?

SLEM600

Mathematics in the Primary Classroom

Assignment 2 - Online Resource - TP2, 2013

Emma Phillips

Student No. 658442X

Answer = 20

Fantastic !

Answer = 24

Awesome !

(6) Michael has three friends

who all have five toy cars.

He also has two friends

who only have three toy cars.

How many cars do Michael's friends have?

(7) There are four dogs,

two cats and three people.

How many legs are there in total?

(5) In a normal week, Dad usually eats

three meals everyday. Last week, he

skipped lunch on Saturday and Sunday.

How many meals did he eat last week?

(4) Lewis, Paul and Stephanie each have twelve Skylander trading cards.

How many cards do they have in all?

(8) Mum bought 3 boxes of eggs.

Each box had six eggs.

Four of the eggs were broken.

How many good eggs did Mum get?

Multiplication Word Problems with Two Operations

Instructions (Questions 5-8)

In your Maths book, write a multiplication sentence

to each problem and solve.

You can draw pictures to help you

work out the problem.

You may use your calculator to check your answers.

Congratulations

You have completed 8 multiplication word problems.

Can you think of a multiplication word problem?

Write it in your maths book.

Give your book to your teacher to check your answers.

Multiplication Word Problems with One Operation

Instructions (Questions 1-4)

In your Maths book, write a multiplication sentence

to each problem and solve.

You can draw pictures to help you

work out the problem.

You may use your calculator to check your answers.

Answer = 36

Well done !

Answer = 21

Excellent !

Answer = 30

Wonderful !

Answer = 14

Brilliant !

Answer = 16

Super !

Answer = 19

Splendid !

There are 6 pencils in each box.

That is a total of

4 x 6 = 24 pencils

Each bowl has four bananas.

How many bananas are there in total?

3 x 4 = 12 bananas

The SAME amount of something IN EACH thing, is

often solved by multiplying.

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