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Times Tables

In Year 4, the children will learn the times tables up to 12 x 12. 

 

When it comes to times tables, speed AND accuracy are important – the more facts your child remembers, the easier it is for them to do harder calculations. As well as being critical for everyday life, knowledge of multiplication tables helps children to solve problems quickly and flexibly, and allows them to tackle more complex mathematics later on in school.

 

Some of the techniques you can use include:

  • Practising times tables by rote.
  • Asking your child multiplication questions out of order – such as ‘What’s 11x12? What’s 5x6?’
  • Asking your child the related division facts: ‘What’s 70 divided by 7? What’s 45 divided by 9?’
  • Using arrays to help your child memorise times tables – you can use fun objects like Smarties or Lego bricks to make it more entertaining.
  • Giving your child word problems to test their skills, like ‘If Peter has 800ml of orange juice and needs to share it between four friends, how much can they each have?’
  • Using apps and games to build speed (see some resources below).
  • Singing times tables using songs (see some resources below).

Times Table Games

Times Table Songs

6 Times Table Song (Cover of Shake It Off by Taylor Swift!)

6 times tables set to Imagine Dragons' Demons

7 Times Table Song

7 times table set to Adele's Hello

Eight Times Table Song (Cover of All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor)

8 times table set to Miley Cyrus' Wrecking Ball

9 Times Table Song

Nine Times Table Song (90's Song Mashup)

9 Times Table to Ed Sheeran's Shape of You

12 Times Table

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