Help with times tables
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If you've started practising times tables with your child, you'll know how easy it can be to slip into simply reciting them together. Whilst this can be helpful in making them stick, it can end up getting repetitive – both for you and your child! To help make learning this essential information as fun and enjoyable as possible, we've gathered together our pick of the top times tables resources on Oxford Owl.
Top tips | Videos | Activity sheets | Games | Books
Top tips for learning times tablesConfidence with times tables really is important for children in primary school. While it may seem tedious to practise times tables with your child and you might have bad memories of reciting times tables at school, by ensuring your child is confident with times tables you will be giving them some essential tools for success in maths.
Our times tables top tips will provide some useful advice and great ideas to help you support your child in learning their times tables.
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Fun gamesWatch the Video
Mathemagician Andrew Jeffrey shows us how to use games to practise times tables.
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Help at homeWatch the Video
Help at home
Educational expert Kate Robinson explains how you can support your child to learn times tables.
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Times tables activity sheets
Use this poster to become a 6 x table whizz while you brush your teeth.
Practise the 7 x table with a game of multiplication bingo.
Become a whizz at the 8 x table with these great quick-fire games.
Find the 9 x table tricky? Use this handy trick to help you remember it.
Make this delicious milkshake and practise multiplying 2- and 3-digit numbers.
Wall charts for all times tables from 1–12. Print out and stick up the times tables your child finds most difficult.