Multiplication Tables:

- Spider Spider 2 - A variation on the Spider Spider activity above, to help with Maths in other year groups.
- Numberball - A wonderful product which is designed to teach multiplication tables to children. Also includes free worksheets!
- Squirt! - A competitive game, in which children race to call out their times tables.
- Teaching Times Tables - What tips do you have for teaching childen about times tables? Share them and read ideas from other teachers here!
- Maths with Percy Parker! - A fantastic pair of downloadable and educational songs (with lyrics) which your children will love singing along to!
- Count in 4s - Use these football cards to learn your four times table. Contributed by Jinky Dabon.
- Count in 5s - A set of cards showing the numbers in the five times table. Contributed by Jinky Dabon.
- Five Times Table - Try this great game for learning your 5x tables. Click on the sun to get started, then simply click on the answers from the options displayed beneath. This SWF file can be opened with Internet Explorer, Smart Notebook, Powerpoint or Flash Player. Contributed by Planet Primary.
- Times Tables Display Numbers - A set of answers to each of the 1-10 times tables, all colour coded according to the multiplication table they represent. Great for displays!
- Times Tables Grids - A set of differentiated times tables grids for children to complete.
- Multiplication Tables - A useful reference sheet, containing the multiplication tables up to 10x10. Contributed by Caron Pitkethly.
- Multiplication Dials - These multiplication wheels were designed for children who find a full multiplication table too full of numbers and confusing. Contributed by Claire McCartney.
- Plain Multiplication Squares - A pair of multiplication squares (without background stripes) which can be used in your Maths lessons.
- Striped Multiplication Squares - A pair of multiplication squares (with stripes to help children read them) which can be used in your Maths lessons.
- Multiplication Grid (plain) - A large plain multiplication square which children can refer to during lessons.
- Multiplication Grid (with lines) - A large multiplication square (with coloured lines for easy reading) which children can refer to during lessons.

- Multiplication Grid - A large multiplication square which can be used for reference during lessons on the Smartboard.
- Five Minute Grid - A quick way of helping children to learn their practise a range of Maths skills! Includes a free printable resource.
- Flash Cards - Use this Excel spreadsheet to generate printable flash cards. Currently set up for the 2x table, but can be easily modified to make other sets. Contributed by Michael.
- Multiplication to 10 Grid - A simple Multiplication to 10 Grid which children can refer to if they forget their multiplication tables! Contributed by Tom Watt.
- Multiplication Variable - Another worksheet generator, but this time it is possible to change the variables (the red numbers at the top of the sheet) which will alter the range of the numbers in the sheet. Contributed by Tom Watt.
- Spider Spider - A brilliant game which helps children to revise their multiplication tables.
- Follow Me Cards - This set of "Follow Me Cards" (PDF) help children to revise their knowledge of times tables up to 100. Contributed by Stacy Becks.
- Multiplication Table Cards - A set of printable cards showing all multiplication tables from 1 to 12. Contributed by Jinky Dabon.
- Multiplication Tables - Printable labels showing all of the multiplication tables. Contributed by Jinky Dabon.
- Multiplication Concentration - This is a very simple game which helps reinforces children's knowledge of their multiplication tables.
- Times Tables - A simple but effective way to test children's knowledge of their multiplication tables.
- Times Table Contest - A fun time-filler activities which reinforce the children's knowledge of their multiplication tables.
- Times Table Buzz - A fun time-filler activities which reinforce the children's knowledge of their multiplication tables.
- Times Table Grids - An activity which can be used regularly to develop children's knowledge of their times tables.
- Speed Tables - A super resource, which requires children to calculate lots of times tables as quickly as they can. Contributed by Lisa Daniels.
- More Speed Tables - Another set of speed tables, contributed by Lisa Daniels.
- Nine Times Table Tips - Do you know this handy trick to remember the nine times table?
- Fingers - An exciting paired game which tests knowledge of multiplication tables!
- Times Table Challenge - An interactive spreadsheet which generates Times Table challenges for children.
- Times Tables Tests - A set of three Powerpoint presentations (contributed by Dave Vear) which can be used with the whole class (using a data projector), or with individual children sat at the computer.
- Times Tables Tests - A set of three more Powerpoint presentations to test children's knowledge of times tables. Based on Dave Vear's resources, and contributed by Jane Pettifer.

- Division Tables Tests - Two Powerpoint presentations to challenge children's knowledge of their division tables. Based on Dave Vear's resources, and contributed by Jane Pettifer.
- Times Tables Investigation - A tricky investigation requiring children to identify different multiplication tables. Worksheet and answers included.
- Multiplication Tables Quiz - Zachary Klein has adapted the above file... this new version of Tom Watt's Excel spreadsheet allows for the child to complete it on the screen and then allows for the teacher to easily review by looking for all green answers.
- Tables Tennis - A wonderful way of developing children's mental arithmetic skills.
- Tables Tennis 2 - A great way of helping children to practice their multiplication tables.
- Multiplication Crazy Grids - A set of quick-fire multiplication challenges. Contributed by Lisa Daniels.
- Empty Times Tables Grids - How quickly can your pupils' complete these 10x10 multiplication grids?
- Times Tables Quiz - A Smart Senteo quiz with lots of multiplication questions.

Multiplication Wheel (with answers) Follow the simple instructions to make your own multiplication wheel. Great to refer to in class and for practising times tables! |
Multiplication Wheel (without answers) Fill in the answers and make your own multiplication wheel. A handy reference tool for learning your tables! |

Times Table Jigsaw (Plain) Can your pupils cut out the jigsaw pieces and make a complete multiplication grid up to 10x12? |
Times Table Jigsaw (Coloured) Make a 10x12 multiplication grid and use the colours for help identifying particular times tables. |

Superhero Multiplication Square |
Monster Maths Multiplication Challenges Six printable multiplication sheets with 100 questions on each! |

- Doubling Dominoes Game - Double your dominoes and try to get the highest score. Contributed by Maria Allworthy.
- Double Dice - Challenge pupils to double the numbers on these dice. Contributed by Tom Priestley.
- Find Your Double / Half - A fun game in which children have to match pairs of doubles and halves.
- Doubling and Halving (Yr5) - Double and halve numbers up to 200, and multiples of 10 to 1000 with this Smart Notebook file.
- Doubling and Halving - A useful resource sheet with a range of doubling and halving activities for children to try. Contributed by Lisa Davies.

- Maths Up! - A fun game which lets children practice multiplication (and many other Maths skills).
- Repeated Addition - A helpful worksheet which is designed help children think of multiplication as repeated addition. Originally made for use in Year 2. Contributed by Jane Ibe.
- Bags of Cubes - A useful way of teaching children that multiplication is repeated addition.
- Multiplication in the Classroom - Tips and advice for teaching multiplication to children. Contributed by Saquib Ahsan.
- Multiplication in the Classroom - Tips and advice for teaching multiplication to children. Contributed by Saquib Ahsan.
- Multiplying with Cubes - A simple worksheet which can be used to support children when using cubes to multiply.
- Multiplying Two Digit Numbers by One Digit Numbers - Can your pupils multiply a two digit number by a one digit number? Originally created for Year 4, with sums and problems, by Sue Powell.
- Multiplying TU by U - Multiply a two digit number by a one digit number. A page of sums and a method of working. Originally created for Years 4/5 and contributed by Sue Powell.
- Multiplying TU by U - A worksheet which requires children to multiply TU x U with a simple explanation at the top and a multiplication grid for support.
- Multiplying TU by U - A set of SMART Notebook slides containing TU x U questions, with a multiplication grid for reference during teaching input.
- Multiplication - A set of PDF worksheets to reinforce children's understanding of multiplication (3 digit by 1 digit). Contributed by a visitor.
- Multiplying Decimals - This SMART Notebook file contains questions to support the teaching of multiplying decimals.
- Multiplication ThHTUxU - Use this SMART Notebook file to teach multiplication (Thousands, Hundreds, Tens and Units by Units), using grid and other written methods.
- MultiGrid Stencil - Paul Richards has produced a mathematical resource which helps school children with their long multiplication sums, decimal multiplication and can also be adapted to carry out division sums. For more information, look at this PDF.
- Associative Law - A PDF, contributed by Kate Beaumont.
- Distributive Law - A PDF, contributed by Kate Beaumont.
- Prime Numbers - An easy method to find all of the prime numbers from 1 to 100.
- Least Common Multiples - A presentation which teaches children about multiples, common multiples and lowest common multiples. Contributed by Arddhendu Shekhar Dash.

- Factors - Think about factors, and list pairs of them for numbers up to 100, in this SMART Notebook file.

Multiplication Resources:

'Multiplication' Banner |
Multiplication Vocabulary Poster |

Prime Numbers Learn how to find all of the prime numbers from 1 to 100 with this easy method! You can also download lots of free teaching resources to help your children learn about prime numbers. |