Perfect for learners needing more practice or a variation in their practice, these multiplication and division pyramids will see learners working with the multiplication and division indices laws with terms containing one or two variables.

In section A pyramids are completed by finding the product of two adjacent bricks, the answer then goes in the brick above. The information given changes as the section progresses and pupils will need to use division to complete some. The next 4 pyramids, in section B, are completed in the same way however, this time one brick is divided by the one to the right of it.

All pyramids are made up of six bricks.