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The object of the game is to pick up a number and its double – that’s a pair! If you don’t pick up a pair you put the cards back on the table face down and continue to take turns. Players who pick pairs take them off the table and keep them. The winner is the person with the most cards at the end of the game.
Cut out the number cards and turn them face down. Choose three number cards, write down the calculation and work out the answer!
Help your child understand the concept of multiplication and learn their 10 times table by breaking it down into addition number sentences.
Add an element of competition (and fun!) to mental maths practice with our Year 1 bingo game. Your child might even surprise you by asking to play again (and again...)! Cut-out boards and dabbers are included, simply print out and play.
Help your child understand how multiplication works by having them rewrite these 3 times table number sentences into addition problems.
Help your child understand how multiplication works by having them rewrite these number sentences as repeated addition.
Help your child learn the 5 times table by breaking each number sentence down using addition.
Have your child rewrite the 7 times table as addition number sentences.
Have your child learn their eight times table by breaking it down into addition number sentences.
Have your child break down these 9 times table number sentences into addition problems.
Multiplication can also be expressed as repeated addition. Help your child grasp the concept with this explanatory worksheet and some 2 times table as repeated addition practice.
Have your child break down their 11 times table into addition problems.
Add an extra learning dimension to family game time – try one of our Cool Maths board games and help reinforce your child's knowledge of number bonds, percentages and fractions while you play. Compiled by deputy headteacher Matt Revill and packed with 20 games, this maths learning pack covers all the key skills your child will need to master as part of the primary numeracy curriculum.
Have your child visualise multiplication in a different way by breaking down the 12 times table into repeated addition
Can you find four different ways to make 30p from the coins shown on the worksheet?
In this Year 2 worksheet, your child will practise recognising coins, and adding them together.
Can you recognise the two coins shown in each line, and then add them together? Write the answer in the box.
Multiplication can also be expressed as addition number sentences. Can your child use their addition skills to help them learn their times tables? This worksheet focuses on the 6 times table.
This worksheet tests your child's coin recognition skills by asking them to add two coins together (1p, 2p, 5p, 10p or 20p coins).