Times Table Square
A times table square is a multiplication maths chart provided here for students, parents and teachers.
How do I teach my child or student the multiplication tables?
- Print out the multiplcation chart and hang it up on a wall (we’ve created printable PDF for each times table chart)
- Learn the simplest times tables first – the 2 times tables are a good place to start as they just double each number. The 10 times tables are simple aswell, as they involve just asdding a zero to the number you’re multiplying. Save the harder ones (7 times tables, 8 times tables and 12 times tables) for later on as your child builds confidence.
- Read over the tables frequently aloud such as “one times three is 3, two times three is 6, three times three is 9” etc
- Write the times tables on a sheet of paper and read them silently to yourself.
Are there any tricks to help learn the maths chart from 1 to 10 tables?
Print out the tables and hang them around the home or class room. Write the times tables out on a sheet of paper and read them aload repeatedly. Here’s a great video with helpful tricks to learn the tables. If you practice the tricks featured in this video, you will soon be able to master all of these tables.
Multiplication Table 1 to 10
1 Times Table
2 Times Table
3 Times Table
4 Times Table
5 Times Table
6 Times Table
7 Times Table
8 Times Table
9 Times Table
10 Times Table
10 Times Table is the multiplication table of the number 10 provided here for students, parents and teachers. These times tables are helpful in solving math questions quickly and easily.
How to read the 10 times table?
One times ten is 10, two times ten is 20, three times ten is 30, ect.
How to memorise the 10 times tables orally?
Write the 10 times tables on a sheet of paper and read them aload repeatedly.
What is an example math question using the 10 times tables?
Maths Question: A lady cooks with 10 eggs every week. How many eggs will the lady cook with after 1 month (4 weeks)?
Solution: The lady cooks with 10 eggs per week. Therefore, using the 10 times table, the total number of eggs cooked by the lady in 4 weeks is 10 × 4 = 40 eggs.
11 Times Table
12 Times Table
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20 Times Table