When all else has failed for learning the ‘difficult’ times tables try these handy tricks!

The classic nine’s known by most, is described nicely in the this youtube video by Fulltimekid

The following trick will take some practice to get the hand of, but works a treat. To support pupils they can use stickers to number their fingers, or some numbered plastic gloves!

Great for learning

I hope your students find these tricks useful! Feedback always welcome! Get in touch @numberloving

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