There are many different techniques to learn the times tables. Practice the nine times table using the nine times hands trick.
Have your child or student use their times table tricks to practice the SEVEN and EIGHT times table.
Here is a worksheet for the six times table. Remember to check out my math tricks & other fun stuff page for new strategies to help remember the six times table.
A great way to practice the times tables is with a multiplication table. Multiplication tables help with memorization and can also allow your child to recognize multiplication number patterns. Ask your child to fill in the entire table!
Practice makes perfect.
Multiplication can be a very difficult concept to grasp. As your student practices it will get easier and easier. In time their confidence will grow and they will be inspired to learn new concepts.
The best way to master the times tables is to keep practicing. Check out this new worksheet for the three times table.
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