A major part of building your child’s confidence in mathematics is helping them learn their timetables. Consolidating their timetables at home will help your child remember their timetables and as mathematics gets more complicated, they will easily be able to apply their knowledge.
One of our students, is in Year 4 and was struggling with learning his 4, 6, 7 and 8 timetables. So, to make it more fun we created the following flashcards:
The multiplications are ordered from the three to twelve timetables, you will just need to print and cut them out. They are easy to make at home and a great fun way to get young children engaged. Using these cards, will help your child understand their multiplications and sequences.
To make it more challenging, mix up a set of timetables and use a stopwatch to time how long it takes for you child to arrange them in the correct order!
Let us know how you get on with the Timetable challenge,
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teach timetables email email@example.com!