Year 4 Times tables worksheets
Speed grids are a great way to help memorise times tables - have your child try this one with multiples of nine.
Some of these aliens have multiples of nine, and some don't. Colour in the ones that do, then check your answers at the bottom of the page.
Multiply the numbers in each grid by 9, and try to beat your previous time on each one!
How fast can your child work through this multiple-choice quiz about the nine times table? Have them circle or colour in the correct answers.
Help your child learn their 9 times table by filling in the correct answers to these number sentences. How quickly can they do it?
Complete these number sentences from the 9 times table by filling in the blanks.
These spaceships with number sentences from the 9 times table have lost their aliens (the answers)! Can you match them up again?
Have your child break down these 9 times table number sentences into addition problems.
Get up to speed with the 11 times table by filling in the answers to these number sentences as quickly as you can.
Mark which of these number sentences have been solved correctly, and which are incorrect. What could you change to make them correct?
How quickly can you divide the numbers on these grids by 11? Time yourself as you work through each one!
Have your child colour in the aliens that show the correct multiples of 11.
Time yourself as you work through the first 11 times table grid on this worksheet, then try to beat that time with the other three. How quickly can you finish one?
Have your child colour in the correct answer to these 11 times table number sentences.
Complete these 11 times table number sentences by writing the missing number inside each crater.
Can you find which answer goes with which multiplication number sentence? Draw a line in between the two.
Have your child break down their 11 times table into addition problems.
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All of these number sentences are complete, but not all of them are correct. Can you spot which ones are wrong? What could be changed to make them right?