Tag Archives: Times table

Times Tables workbooks

I was recently asked if there was a times table workbook that I recommend. And for me that is a slightly tricky answer because I have discovered what worked with my oldest has not suited my youngest. Plus we tend … Continue reading

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Free Times Table Booklets

I was recently searching for some times table resources for my son and I found these times table booklets on the Teachit Primary website which are free to download.  I have downloaded 3 different ones and they are all in … Continue reading

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Easter themed Activity Village pages

Easter is just around the corner and my two are not really in the mood for our normal learning activities but we have found that even when  we have our “breaks”, maintaining a little bit of a rhythm to our … Continue reading

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Peacock Times Table

It’s no secret I like using colouring pages for learning activities ( the flower number bonds and doubling and halving butterflies were made using colouring pages), they just seem to add a bit of fun to something that can sometimes … Continue reading

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Maths on the sliding doors

My kids love drawing on our sliding doors so recently we decided to try some Maths on the sliding doors.  For no real reason other than I like keeping their home learning activities varied and because I know how good … Continue reading

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Cute spider 8 times table

I like finding patterns in maths and relating the patterns back to normal life.  I think it helps the kids understand concepts better.  So counting in 2’s or 2 times table you can use pairs of socks / counting in … Continue reading

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Times Table strategies we used

Over the weekend I received two emails asking me how I taught my daughter her times tables.  I started writing my response and realized that what I wanted to say was a lot longer that a quick email answer so … Continue reading

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