Have fun playing a variety of games to practise times tables.
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Contains a pack of bingo cards and question cards used to practise multiplication. Blank cards are provided to enable students to make up their own versions of the game.
Children move along a track landing on different numbers, mainly from the 6, 7, 8 and 9 times tables. To move they must say the pair of numbers (factors) which will multiply together to give a nearby product on the board.
This Teachers TV video shows a Year Four class at Eleanor Palmer Primary School in North London as they explore the four times table in detail using ping pong tables and challenge questions.
This Pirate themed game provides opportunities for using times tables knowledge. It includes three versions of the game which use different multiplication facts so can be used with children at different stages of learning. The arrangement of the numbers on all of the game boards has been designed so that the more likely products appear at the bottom, making the game easier in the early stages.
This maths game practices mental multiplication using 4 by 4 grids of numbers with a list of red numbers at the side. Children take it in turns to find two red numbers which, when multiplied, will match a number on the board. The first player to cover three numbers in a line with their counters is the winner.
Work in pairs using 'target boards' to practise multiplication facts. Children use the ‘target boards’ to choose questions, winning points for each correct answer, the more difficult the multiplication fact the more points they win.
More 'target boards' to practise multiplication facts. Children use the ‘target boards’ to choose questions, winning points for each correct answer, the more difficult the multiplication fact the more points they win.
Eleven tables booklets, one for each of the times tables from two to twelve. Each table is presented in a variety of styles, number squares and ladders, mapping excercises, shading and number questions.