### Times Table Square

A times table square is a multiplication maths chart provided here for students, parents and teachers.

** Times Table Square Printable PDF – colored**

**Times Table Square Printable PDF**

*– blank to color-in*### Maths Chart

**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

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### 2 Times Table

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### 3 Times Table

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### 4 Times Table

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### 5 Times Table

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### 6 Times Table

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### 7 Times Table

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### 8 Times Table

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### 9 Times Table

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### 10 Times Table

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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.

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

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### 12 Times Table

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### 13 Times Table

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### 14 Times Table

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### 15 Times Table

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### 16 Times Table

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### 17 Times Table

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### 18 Times Table

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### 19 Times Table

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### 20 Times Table

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