One of the ways we practice times tables is with dominoes. Really easy but the kids always prefer matching the dominoes to completing worksheets. So because my youngest has just learnt the 7 times table I thought it was time I created some new dominoes for him to practice with.
Each domino set is over 5 pages and has 4 dominoes on each page so it total there are 20 to practice with.
I combined two different times tables in each set.
The first one is the 6 and 7 times tables
And the second set is the 7 and 8 times tables.
I purposely changed the colours on the different sets so it would be easier to keep the cards separate (we tend to print both out and then alternate between different sets for practice).
Here are the downloads
7 and 6 times table dominoes v2
The order that we have learnt our times tables was – 10, 2, 5, 3, 4, 8, 6 and now 7. Next we will do 9 and then 12 (my son has already figured out the 11 times table by himself). The reason why we did the 8 times table directly after the 4 was because we did it as doubling the 4 times table. So 2 x 4 is 8 which means 2 x 8 is going to be double that which is 16. He likes finding this type of patterns so whenever possible we try and highlight them.
Other Maths dominoes that I have created for the kids and that are Free to download from the blog are as follows –
3, 4, 6 and 8 times table dominoes
If you are currently working on times tables I have discovered that the Teachit Primary website creates a Free to download booklet for each times table (you do need to set up a free account in order to download their booklets – I have a few photos of what is included in the booklet here – Free times table booklet)
As always I have attaching the documents here for anyone to use. But please they were created by me for my kids so they are not available for others to upload directly onto their own site. You can link back to this page.