# N1/L1.6

N1/L1.6 Recognise numerical relationships (e.g. identify multiples and squares).

(a) recognise multiples of 2 to 9, up to 100

(b) recognise multiples of 10, 50, 100, 1000

(c) know square numbers up to 10 x 10

(d) recognise factors of numbers up to 100

This is a set of part-blanked times tables grids for students to complete and use as a resource. Used with Entry level students. Includes 10×10 and 12×20 grids, with full and gap versions.

**Editor’s note**

Can be printed and completed on paper, or used on-screen.

A useful set of revision questions covering place value, fractions, percentages, number patterns and more (also L2 prime nos, factors).

This 16 piece triangular jigsaw is a great way to revise or recap simple division. As usual with Tarsia puzzles, you can choose to print either a standard or large version of the puzzle (select Output – large, i.e. three pieces per A4 sheet).

All Tarsia jigsaws can also be printed out as flashcards / dominoes.

You will need Tarsia Formulator in order to use this resource. See our Good Software – Tarsia Formulator entry for more information about this excellent free educational tool from Hermitech.

Covers the relationship between addition and subtraction; division and multiplication; fractions, decimals and percentages; along with multiples, square numbers, and factors. Ideal for initial assessment, homework or revision.

A very clever spreadsheet that produces a constant supply of different worksheets with the click of a button (you must enable macros for the ‘recalculate’ button to operate).

It produces a very nicely laid out 1 page worksheet with a fold-over (or cut -off!) answer strip – each page has 14 questions covering odd-even nos., factors, multiples and primes (for numbers up to 99).

Aim Higher makes a great starter activity. Covers mental maths and written maths with the four operations and can be extended to cover BIDMAS (order of operations). Needs standard dice and dice (or cards) with mathematical symbols (see our useful links page for a good supplier of mathematical dice). Designed by Anne Pender, Diana Hookway and Louise Rowell (Level 2 learners at Abingdon & Witney College) and Sarah Richards (who provided the dice!)

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A great worksheet that cleverly combines measures (time) with 7 times table practice.

Covers mental maths with the four operations and can be extended to cover odd, even & square numbers; multiples; etc. Nothing else needed!