1-10 Times Tables ChartsUse these printable 1-10 times tables charts to help your child to memorize their times tables.
Times Table Charts from 1-10
Children tend to focus on memorizing one times tables at a time. To help with the process of memorizing the times tables we have developed a range of colorful charts that you can use. The charts contain each of the multiples up to twelve.
How to use the Times Table Charts
There are range of different exercises that you can do using the times tables charts:
- Start with the easy tables first – the two, five and ten times tables are considered the easiest to learn. Once these are mastered move on to the other times tables.
- Focus on one factor at a time – Stick to one factor and ‘play’ with it until your child becomes familiar with it and its products. Remember – committing all the products to memory will take time, it won’t happen in one sitting!
- Find the answer – call out random multiplication questions and have your child find the answer on the chart.
- Times Table Videos – there are many great videos online that you can use to help teach your child the times tables. See our times table video page for our recommendations >>.
- Hundreds Chart – use a hundreds chart to show your child how multiplication works. You can use a hundreds chart to demonstrate the multiplication patterns that each times table creates.
- Skip Counting – try teaching your child to skip count. Skip counting is when you count in increments other than one. For example skip counting by two goes like this: 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Skip counting is a good math skill for kids to learn – it improves their ability to understand multiplication, plus it gives children the ability to count objects faster (counting objects by two is much faster than counting by one). See our skip counting worksheets.
- Race against the clock – with a stop watch time how long it takes to recite a times table off the chart or from memory. Record the times so that you can have your child try to beat their best time.
- Remember – it doesn’t matter in what order the 2 numbers are that you are multiplying; the result will be the same. For example, 4 x 6 and 6 x 4 both equal 24. A lot of kids would know that 6 x 4 = 24, but if you asked them 4 x 6 they would scratch their heads.
Times Tables Resources
Introduction to Multiplication – Multiplication is adding a number to itself multiple times.
Times Tables Chart – try the 1-5 Times Tables Chart as aid for teaching the times tables. Move on to the 1-10 Times Tables Chart once the first chart is mastered.
Multiplication Flash Cards – Flash cards are a great tool for memorization. Use these printable multiplication flash cards to help your child with recalling their multiplication facts.
Multiplication Worksheets – use the Multiplication Worksheets to cover the all the times tables up to ten. Times Tables Videos – to make the recital of times tables more fun try the 1-5 Times Tables Video recommendations or visit our YouTube channel for a range of videos from 2 to 12 times tables.