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
Generalisations:
any number (m) multiplied by 1 is the same as the number you started with (m x 1 = m).
Government guidelines (Year 3) Pupils should be taught to:
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Times tables worksheets  Year 3 Primary maths resources, activities and worksheets
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