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**How to learn your times tables**

**To: **learn your times tables you need to practice, practice then practice some more.

**Resources: **for physically multiplying numbers together could include: an abacus, a 100 square, Cuisinaire rods, Numicon, Base 10 or simply use cubes or counters.

** Try: **checking your answers using a calculator

** Generalization:**

- any number (m) multiplied by another number (n) can be re-written using the commutative law for multiplication (m x n) = (n x m), examples: (3 x 5) = (5 x 3) and (10 x 4) = (4 x 10).

- Recall and use multiplication and division facts for the 3, 4 and 8 multiplication tables
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