Here you'll learn what the multiplication tables are and find out everything your little ones should know about them. Included are examples and handy resources.
A multiplication table is a list that shows the multiples of a specific number. According to the national curriculum for England, children should know all multiplication tables up to 12×12 by the end of year 4.
Once children familiarise themselves with what times tables are, they'll begin to learn the facts that fall under these tables.
All of our resources are made by fellow teachers to make sure that they meet national curriculum standards. These dictate that KS1 students will learn to:
Once children have gained confidence in the 2×, 5× and 10× multiplication tables, then they'll move on to learn more tricky ones.
Here are some of the curriculum aims, which pupils will need to meet by the end of year 4.
To help children memorise what the times tables are and remember all the facts, you might find useful this colourful multiplication square.