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Children love to play games to learn! This is the perfect game to assist your students to become confident and competent mathematicians when learning their multiplication facts! Editable templates are also included for you to create your own version of the game.

The purpose of this resource is to hel. Basic Operations , Numbers , Mental Math. How to play:. Can you count in 5s to 50 without speaking at the same time? What you need: A medium sized area hall or carpeted area , Tens meet in the middle resource cards see download. What you need : Space for this activity, cards from Tens meet in the middle resource see download.

In Year 3, children start learning their multiplication facts of the 3, 4, and 8 times tables. The 4 and 8 times tables are introduced as related to the 2 times tables doubling each time. What you need: A medium sized area for the activity, Multiples of 3 cards up to 36 resource see download. Can you replace all numbers that are a multiple of five in this fishy challenge? What you need : Medium digit cards resource create yourself or see download. You can also make your own digit cards at home.

Are the 2, 4 and 8 times tables linked? Can you prove it? In Year 4, times tables are a major focus, not just because of the multiplication tables check in the summer of Year 4. Children are expected to have mastered their 6, 7, 9, 11 and 12 times tables, as well as those from the previous years.

Links between the 11, 12 and 9 times tables and the 10 times table are encouraged. What you need: a large space for the activity, 12 hula-hoops, Large Digit Cards resource create yourself or see download. To answer any 11 times table question you simply write the number you are multiplying 11 by twice.

Can you prove that this is correct? How quickly can you run to the number that you multiply by 12 to make the number your teacher calls out? What you need: Large Digit Cards resource create yourself or see download. As fractions and decimals are introduced, times tables start to have real relevance to other topics. Finally by Year 6, the times tables work teachers do tends to move children beyond the core curriculum, thinking about powers of 10 eg 30 x 40 or decimals times tables eg 0.

What you need: A large hundred square per pair, a counter per player, six-sided dice per pair. Find out how children are able to make faster progress in maths with us in schools and at home. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information. Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies.

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Group Created with Sketch. Explore all resources. Sophie Bessemer. About these times tables games All these times tables games are adapted from our premium resource The Ultimate Times Tables Resource Pack. Times Tables Printable Resource Pack Free printable versions of any resources required to complete the times tables games including the Find the cheese board game. Download Free Now!

In early grades, the definition of multiplication is a repeated addition. Number lines are used to find the sum by taking the leaps of required sizes. Further, the grouping concept is introduced using tallies or dots. The total value can be calculated by repeated addition. Now, aligning 5 rows with 3 dots each in a row, is exactly same as aligning 3 rows with 5 plates dots in a row.

Further, kids learn to formulate verbal comparison statements from multiplication equations and vice versa. Kids compare the representations of related equations. They learn to evaluate which quantity forms a group and how many such groups exist. Further, they can formulate the verbal comparison statements based on their evaluation. Practicing with these multiplication arrays worksheets reinforces the concept of multiplication. Further, how to multiply two digit numbers and long multiplication are discussed in higher grades.

For example, Steve arranges chairs for a class function in 8 rows, with 7 chairs each in a row. Are there enough chairs for 50 kids? The total number of chairs is the product of the number of rows and the number of chairs in each row. So, there are enough chairs for 50 kids. Ken has an aquarium in which there are 4 types of fancy fishes, 3 of each type. If Matt has twice as many and sells 8 fishes from his collection, how many he would be left with? Thus, Matt has 16 fish in his collection. The numbers 8 and 4 are called factors and 32 is called the product.

Here, 8 and 4 are called a factor pair of A factor pair refers to a set of two numbers, which when multiplied result in a definite number, the product. A number that has only two factors, 1 and the number itself, is called a prime number. A number that has more than two factors is called a composite number. That is, the factors of 48 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, and The skip counting by each factor will show that 48 is a multiple of the factor.

Kids identify the prime and composite numbers using a clear reasoning. Parents, Sign Up for Free. Teachers, Sign Up for Free. Not anymore. These delightful times table problems demonstrate essential patterns in multiplication — how multiplication by 4 is doubling twice or how multiplication by 5 always gives a number ending in 0 or 5. Multiply by 2 Multiply numbers up to 10 by 2. Covers Common Core Curriculum 3. Multiply by 4 Multiply numbers up to 10 by 4. Did you know that multiplying by 4 is same as doubling twice!

Multiply by 5 Multiply numbers up to 10 by 5. Multiplying by 5 always gives a number ending in 0 or 5. Multiply by 10 Multiply 1 digit numbers by Multiply by 0 and 1 Understand multiplication by 0 and 1 as special cases. Covers Common Core Curriculum 4. Multiply by 12 Practice multiplication facts for Another manipulative for multiplication is rectangular arrays. Area models are similar versions of these arrays that convey the same concept.

Progression Through Grades The foundation for the concept of multiplication is sowed in grade 2 itself by discussing equal groups of objects using blocks or checkers. Times Table Teaching Methodologies Multiplication as Grouping By grade 2, kids are familiar with addition and it lays a foundation for what is multiplication. These can be represented using tape diagrams or bar models as shown: Kids compare the representations of related equations. Application in Real World Problems Initially, kids apply their knowledge about multiplication to formulate and solve equations.

Further, kids advance to multi-step word problems. These factor pairs can be found using area model, T table or by using multiplication charts. Prime and Composite: A number that has only two factors, 1 and the number itself, is called a prime number. Children will start to consolidate their 2s, 5s, and 10s.

Some rote learning is fine. We are going to create a band that plays their instruments based on the multiples of 2 they say. What you need: Musical instrument per child, Multiples of 2 flashcards create yourself or see download. Can you play tennis by counting forwards and backwards in 2s?

How to play:. Can you count in 5s to 50 without speaking at the same time? What you need: A medium sized area hall or carpeted area , Tens meet in the middle resource cards see download. What you need : Space for this activity, cards from Tens meet in the middle resource see download. In Year 3, children start learning their multiplication facts of the 3, 4, and 8 times tables.

The 4 and 8 times tables are introduced as related to the 2 times tables doubling each time. What you need: A medium sized area for the activity, Multiples of 3 cards up to 36 resource see download. Can you replace all numbers that are a multiple of five in this fishy challenge? What you need : Medium digit cards resource create yourself or see download. You can also make your own digit cards at home. Are the 2, 4 and 8 times tables linked? Can you prove it? In Year 4, times tables are a major focus, not just because of the multiplication tables check in the summer of Year 4.

Children are expected to have mastered their 6, 7, 9, 11 and 12 times tables, as well as those from the previous years. Links between the 11, 12 and 9 times tables and the 10 times table are encouraged. What you need: a large space for the activity, 12 hula-hoops, Large Digit Cards resource create yourself or see download. To answer any 11 times table question you simply write the number you are multiplying 11 by twice. Can you prove that this is correct?

How quickly can you run to the number that you multiply by 12 to make the number your teacher calls out? What you need: Large Digit Cards resource create yourself or see download. As fractions and decimals are introduced, times tables start to have real relevance to other topics. Finally by Year 6, the times tables work teachers do tends to move children beyond the core curriculum, thinking about powers of 10 eg 30 x 40 or decimals times tables eg 0.

What you need: A large hundred square per pair, a counter per player, six-sided dice per pair. Find out how children are able to make faster progress in maths with us in schools and at home. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website.

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They still use worksheets, songs and dances, but the emphasis is on understanding. Separate into Three Groups. Group 1. Group 2. Group 3. Working it out from 10's and 2's. Times Table Facts. Once you remove the 1 and 10 times tables that leaves maths facts. Get them to Work it Out. Give students manipulatives such as buttons, pasta or dried beans.

View and Read Aloud. The grid could be selectively empty in the 9 row or column. Download Worksheet. Prepare for the MTC. Times Tables with Emile. Really simple, really easy. Print off this worksheet once for every pair of children:.

Download 12 Times Table Snap Worksheet. Get the guillotine out, chop them up careful too keep them in different piles — perhaps paperclips? Why not have a class competition and see who is fastest in their 12 times table? If you liked this, please share! Share on facebook Facebook. Share on twitter Twitter. Share on linkedin LinkedIn.

Why the last digit must be even. More of our Numeracy Blogs. More To Explore. Download the App. Recent Posts. Internet Safety for Primary Schools: Resources for teachers. Data Protection Policy. Intellectual Property. Copyright Emile Education Free Access. Due to coronavirus. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. By continuing to use our site you consent to our use of cookies. The multiplication games are clear and simple so you can get started right away. Click on one of the tables to get started right away.

Fill in the answers in the lines and when you've finished, click on 'check'. You will see right away which answers are correct and which are incorrect. You can also practice different times tables in one exercise so you can test whether you know them all. You can also practice the tables interactively with the free multiplication games. On the multiplication games page we now have an answer-dragging game and a table balloons game. Do you want to practice more math?

Go to Mathdiploma. We also have a fraction website! On Fractionsweb. There are fraction games, worksheets and 5-step plans! Pay attention to privacy and don't use sirnames. Only letters and numbers Password: Please re-enter your password:. Username: Only letters and numbers Password:. Learn your multiplication tables At Timestables. My Smart Horse. Rally V Submarine Math. Figo and Friends. Animal Rescue. Number Diving. Times Tables Rally. Happy Burger. Times Tables Shooting. SpuQ Times Tables.

Multiplication Cat. Spuq Balloons. Multiplication memory. SpuQ Division Tables. Practice your multiplication tables Here you can find additional information about practicing multiplication tables at primary school. The 5-step plan Learn the times tables with the 5-step plan.

The steps are: Step 1a: View, read aloud and repeat. To get familiar with the table. Step 1b: Fill in your times tables answers in sequence and check if you got them all right. Step 2: Drag the correct answers to the questions. Step 3: Fill in your answers for the mixed questions and check if you got them all right.

Step 4: Multiple choice questions will help you to improve by looking at the questions in a different way. Step 5: Proof your knowledge and get the diploma. We advise to exercise daily for 15 minutes for maximum result.

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The learning advantages of this multi-sensory approach however are greatly enhanced when tightly associated with solving multiplication problems of increasing difficulty, provoking the learner to think rather than just develop point and click reflexes to a list of times tables answers. Also, if you're planning to rely on memorization, it's important to recognize the difference between techniques used to get the times tables answers into your head compared to getting those answers out again , quickly, easily and reliably and further techniques to ensure that you can still get those times tables answers out over the long-term, whether you've been working with them directly or not.

Taking these ideas into account may lead to different conclusions when considering the times tables for children or specifically boys and girls. You need to decide your overall objective is concerning the times tables. Do you want to make the learning process easy, fast or fun? Your very best option would be to satisfy all of these while achieving your desired learning outcomes. See here for more information about how to take this into account kids , teens and adults. These notes are just as relevant to all kinds of learner, both male and female, from children and teens to adults of all ages as numeracy is an issue which many people struggle with well beyond their school years.

The application may vary however depending on which group you fit into, just like it may vary according to each person's preferred learning style and specific strengths. Getting to grips with the times tables is a fundamental part of one's numeracy, which is just as important in school, college or university as it is in latter days when you consider how it affects your employability and competence at managing ones personal finances and building wealth.

Many teachers regard the responsibility of learning the times tables as something the student simply has to do, normally in their own time e. Then the teacher will use teaching time to test their students; to make sure they've completed their assignment. This is not teaching, but testing; and it is often embarrassing or even humiliating for students who have difficulty memorizing those lists of times tables answers.

A far better approach, more in line with the expected role of a teacher, would be to actually teach students mental multiplication skill, which they could of course practice as a homework assignment. In the process of helping students develop such skills, the teacher would test as part of coaching that skill. This approach is far less threatening to students. One of the problems with most method-based approaches to the times tables is that each method e.

A fully comprehensive approach, however, addresses the times tables entirely, without leaving any gaps. Here is a breakdown of the 2 times tables. They can solve an equation with one of the three quantities missing and represented using a variable. Kids learn about the properties of multiplication without specifically naming them.

That is, kids understand that 4 groups of 3 objects each are exactly same as 3 groups of 4 objects each. They also learn to split one of the numbers to make the computations. The basic characteristics like any number multiplied by zero are zero and any number multiplied by 1 is the number itself are also learned at this level. Kids can connect multiplication and division as reverse processes. Also, kids can formulate a given real-world situation to a mathematical equation with simple multiplication involving a variable.

This leads to the introduction of multiplication tables. They use the rectangular arrays and tape diagrams or bar models to understand the concept. They analyze a multiplication equation to know which quantity forms a group and how many such groups exist. Further, area models and T-tables are used to find the factor pairs of numbers within The kids are introduced to new definitions like prime and composite numbers. Kids apply the knowledge of multiplication and other operations in multi-step word problems.

There, the patterns involve all the four basic operations. They learn to develop and compare two patterns with two different rules. Kids apply these concepts in real-world word problems. In early grades, the definition of multiplication is a repeated addition. Number lines are used to find the sum by taking the leaps of required sizes.

Further, the grouping concept is introduced using tallies or dots. The total value can be calculated by repeated addition. Now, aligning 5 rows with 3 dots each in a row, is exactly same as aligning 3 rows with 5 plates dots in a row. Further, kids learn to formulate verbal comparison statements from multiplication equations and vice versa.

Kids compare the representations of related equations. They learn to evaluate which quantity forms a group and how many such groups exist. Further, they can formulate the verbal comparison statements based on their evaluation. Practicing with these multiplication arrays worksheets reinforces the concept of multiplication. Further, how to multiply two digit numbers and long multiplication are discussed in higher grades. For example, Steve arranges chairs for a class function in 8 rows, with 7 chairs each in a row.

Are there enough chairs for 50 kids? The total number of chairs is the product of the number of rows and the number of chairs in each row. So, there are enough chairs for 50 kids. Ken has an aquarium in which there are 4 types of fancy fishes, 3 of each type. If Matt has twice as many and sells 8 fishes from his collection, how many he would be left with?

Thus, Matt has 16 fish in his collection. The numbers 8 and 4 are called factors and 32 is called the product. Here, 8 and 4 are called a factor pair of A factor pair refers to a set of two numbers, which when multiplied result in a definite number, the product. A number that has only two factors, 1 and the number itself, is called a prime number. A number that has more than two factors is called a composite number.

That is, the factors of 48 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, and The skip counting by each factor will show that 48 is a multiple of the factor. Kids identify the prime and composite numbers using a clear reasoning. Parents, Sign Up for Free. Teachers, Sign Up for Free. Not anymore. These delightful times table problems demonstrate essential patterns in multiplication — how multiplication by 4 is doubling twice or how multiplication by 5 always gives a number ending in 0 or 5.

Multiply by 2 Multiply numbers up to 10 by 2. Covers Common Core Curriculum 3. Multiply by 4 Multiply numbers up to 10 by 4.

Getting to grips with the times tables is a fundamental part of one's numeracy, which is just as important in school, college or university as it is in latter days when you consider how it affects your employability and competence at managing ones personal finances and building wealth. Many teachers regard the responsibility of learning the times tables as something the student simply has to do, normally in their own time e.

Then the teacher will use teaching time to test their students; to make sure they've completed their assignment. This is not teaching, but testing; and it is often embarrassing or even humiliating for students who have difficulty memorizing those lists of times tables answers. A far better approach, more in line with the expected role of a teacher, would be to actually teach students mental multiplication skill, which they could of course practice as a homework assignment.

In the process of helping students develop such skills, the teacher would test as part of coaching that skill. This approach is far less threatening to students. One of the problems with most method-based approaches to the times tables is that each method e. A fully comprehensive approach, however, addresses the times tables entirely, without leaving any gaps.

Here is a breakdown of the 2 times tables. With the Numba Ninja System, each multiplication problem has a specific key, and this is underlined for each problem here:. As with each of the times tables, the 2 times tables has a specific picture and associated story used when multiplying by 2. Watch to see for yourself! Watch Video First Games for Teaching my 2 Times Tables The experience of facing the times tables is something most people recall vividly. Note 1 With games you have a great opportunity to engage with multiple senses e.

Note 2 To be clear, you need to define what you mean by '': You need to decide your overall objective is concerning the times tables. Note 3 These notes are just as relevant to all kinds of learner, both male and female, from children and teens to adults of all ages as numeracy is an issue which many people struggle with well beyond their school years. Games for Teaching my 2 Times Tables.

Study Multiplication. This leads to the introduction of multiplication tables. They use the rectangular arrays and tape diagrams or bar models to understand the concept. They analyze a multiplication equation to know which quantity forms a group and how many such groups exist.

Further, area models and T-tables are used to find the factor pairs of numbers within The kids are introduced to new definitions like prime and composite numbers. Kids apply the knowledge of multiplication and other operations in multi-step word problems. There, the patterns involve all the four basic operations. They learn to develop and compare two patterns with two different rules. Kids apply these concepts in real-world word problems.

In early grades, the definition of multiplication is a repeated addition. Number lines are used to find the sum by taking the leaps of required sizes. Further, the grouping concept is introduced using tallies or dots. The total value can be calculated by repeated addition. Now, aligning 5 rows with 3 dots each in a row, is exactly same as aligning 3 rows with 5 plates dots in a row. Further, kids learn to formulate verbal comparison statements from multiplication equations and vice versa.

Kids compare the representations of related equations. They learn to evaluate which quantity forms a group and how many such groups exist. Further, they can formulate the verbal comparison statements based on their evaluation. Practicing with these multiplication arrays worksheets reinforces the concept of multiplication.

Further, how to multiply two digit numbers and long multiplication are discussed in higher grades. For example, Steve arranges chairs for a class function in 8 rows, with 7 chairs each in a row. Are there enough chairs for 50 kids? The total number of chairs is the product of the number of rows and the number of chairs in each row. So, there are enough chairs for 50 kids.

Ken has an aquarium in which there are 4 types of fancy fishes, 3 of each type. If Matt has twice as many and sells 8 fishes from his collection, how many he would be left with? Thus, Matt has 16 fish in his collection. The numbers 8 and 4 are called factors and 32 is called the product. Here, 8 and 4 are called a factor pair of A factor pair refers to a set of two numbers, which when multiplied result in a definite number, the product. A number that has only two factors, 1 and the number itself, is called a prime number.

A number that has more than two factors is called a composite number. That is, the factors of 48 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, and The skip counting by each factor will show that 48 is a multiple of the factor. Kids identify the prime and composite numbers using a clear reasoning. Parents, Sign Up for Free. Teachers, Sign Up for Free. Not anymore. These delightful times table problems demonstrate essential patterns in multiplication — how multiplication by 4 is doubling twice or how multiplication by 5 always gives a number ending in 0 or 5.

Multiply by 2 Multiply numbers up to 10 by 2. Covers Common Core Curriculum 3. Multiply by 4 Multiply numbers up to 10 by 4. Did you know that multiplying by 4 is same as doubling twice! Multiply by 5 Multiply numbers up to 10 by 5. Multiplying by 5 always gives a number ending in 0 or 5. Multiply by 10 Multiply 1 digit numbers by Multiply by 0 and 1 Understand multiplication by 0 and 1 as special cases.

Covers Common Core Curriculum 4. Multiply by 12 Practice multiplication facts for