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Times Table Practice Sheets

Please see below for a list of links to download those all-important times table and 99 club sheets to practise at home, together with the answers - no peeking, now!

It is a superb idea to prioritise learning times tables during home learning - they are SO vital and are the magic key for unlocking a range of concepts in maths - not just a whole range of multiplication and division problems, but also doubling, halving, factors, fractions, prime numbers, squares and square roots of numbers... even the area and volume of shapes! You just cannot tackle these mathematical ideas without knowing them!

Being able to fluently recall all times tables from 1x up to 12x is going to be a HUGE advantage in school and will make maths SO much easier! Test yourself - can you give the answer to any times table question within FIVE seconds? If you can, you know that times table well enough!

Don't forget that there a whole range of little tricks and sneaky shortcuts you can use if you are struggling with a particular times table. Doubling in particular is a great technique - the 4x table is just double the 2x table, and the 8x table is just double the 4x table! The 6x table is just double the 3x table, and the 12x table is just double the 6x table!

There's more! If you need to times a number by 9, times it by 10 first and then take away the multiple (eg. for 9 x 6, do 10 x 6 first to give you 60, then take away 6 which equals 54). The 7x table often causes problems seeing as it has no real pattern, but it can be made easier by multiplying your number by five first, then by two and adding your two answers together (eg. for 6 x 7, do 6 x 5 first to give you 30, then 6 x 2 to give 12, then add 30 and 12 together to give 42).

Don't forget that you can also swap the two digits around if you find the times table of the other number easier to work out, and it will still give you the same answer (eg. for 5 x 7, try 7 x 5 instead - much easier!). Keep practising, and good luck!

 

INDIVIDUAL TIMES TABLE PRACTICE SHEETS

 

  2X TABLE                            2X TABLE ANSWERS   

  3X TABLE                            3X TABLE ANSWERS  

  4X TABLE                            4X TABLE ANSWERS  

  5X TABLE                            5X TABLE ANSWERS  

  6X TABLE                            6X TABLE ANSWERS  

  7X TABLE                            7X TABLE ANSWERS  

  8X TABLE                            8X TABLE ANSWERS  

  9X TABLE                            9X TABLE ANSWERS  

  10X TABLE                          10X TABLE ANSWERS  

  11X TABLE                          11X TABLE ANSWERS  

  12X TABLE                          12X TABLE ANSWERS