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Can you fill in the number missing from these number sentences from the 12 times table?
Spot which numbers on this worksheet are multiples of 12, and draw a circle around them.
Work through the first list of 12 times table questions, then time yourself on the three other grids on the worksheet to get faster and faster at solving them.
Have your child practise the 12 times table by circling the correct answer to the problems on each line.
Fill in the answers to the 12 times table in one column, then complete the jumbled up problems in the right column. See how quickly you can finish it!
Reunite the spaceships with their aliens by matching each 12 times multiplication problem with the correct answer.
Arm your child with scissors and glue and get them cutting and sticking to arrange these multiplication number sentences correctly. Can they solve the puzzle?
It's your turn to be the teacher with this worksheet - simply mark these multiplication and division number sentences with a tick when they're correct and a big red cross when they're not!
A fun alternative to chanting the 6 times table, this worksheet asks them to identify the multiples of 6 and divide them into blue and red planet groups.
Turn times tables practice into a game with a quick space bingo competition! You will need an adult caller and two players; cut out the cards and blank grids to play now.
Space buggies, aliens, spaceships and the Mars Academy – your child will need to feel confident about their 6 times table to solve our space-themed word problems.
Finish a 6 times table practice session with a quick quiz to check your child's recall.
Make times table practice fun by racing against the clock! Can your child show off their knowledge of the 6 times table by completing the speed grid in double-quick time?
Use this blank grid to make up your own times tables game! See how quickly you can multiply numbers across the top and left, filling the entire grid with answers.
A space-themed worksheet to reinforce understanding of multiples. Your child will need to identify the aliens who are numbered with multiples of 6 and colour in their alien eye!
Aliens from Pluto have six legs; aliens from Uranus have three legs. Using their knowledge of the 6 times table, can your child work out how many aliens attended a meeting if there were 39 legs in the room? This tricky puzzle will add some fun to multiplication revision.
A fun spaceship and alien matching challenge to help your child practise their 6 times table.
Can your child use their knowledge of the 6 times table to solve a puzzle and work out the correct combination of digits to break a top-secret code?
Once they have learnt the 6 times table, set your child this quick practice drill to check they know it and are confident. Get them to race against the clock for an extra challenge!