Year 1 Times tables worksheets
Free worksheets: Times tables, KS1, Y1
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A bright, cheerful worksheet which will help your child master the concept of repeated addition and how it relates to multiplication.
Help these footballers get along the paths to the pitch by filling in the missing numbers in the sequences.
Make times tables revision easy by downloading our 90-page practice book. It covers all the tables from 2 to 12 and offers quizzes, speed challenges and more to help your child master this vital area of primary maths. Practice makes perfect!
Need some fun strategies to help your child's times tables stick? Our Times Tables Funpack offers puzzles and games galore. There are fairground ducks to hook, safe codes to decipher, dominoes to play with and more. Your child will be so busy puzzle-solving, they won't even realise they're putting their tables into practice.
Take counting in 2s to the next level with this find-the-multiples worksheet. Make sure your child has a yellow pencil handy to colour in lots of alien eyes!
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.
Our Terrific Times Tables pack is full of ideas and tips to help your child learn – and even enjoy it! We share practical ideas for memorising all 12 sets, as well as tips to help make practice easy. Download your pack now to reinforce your child's learning with fun games and quizzes and print out achievement certificates to reward their effort.
Encourage your child to practise their 2x table by working out these party-themed word-problems.
Incomplete number sequences for children to practise counting in tens.