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Times tables for kids learning primary school maths. Learn how to count and caluculate your times tables with videos, games and worksheets.Maths homework help for KS1 & KS2.

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Learning the times tables tips:

  • Learn how to count first
  • Learn the sums in order
  • Learn the sums mixed up
  • Increase your speed 



What should my child know at each level?

It is now part of the curriculum that every child will be expected to know their times tables before leaving primary school at the age of 11. For some, this comes easily but for others, it can be a struggle. Knowing what is expected from your child at any year will help you support them in their learning. 

What the curriculum says:

Year 1  – Be able to count in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s. Know doubles and halves to 10. 
Year 2 – 2 times tables, 5 times tables and 10 times tables.
Year 3 – 3 times tables, 4 times tables and 8 times tables.
Year 4 – 6 times tables, 7 times tables, 9 times tables, 11 times tables and 12 times tables.
Year 5 – All times tables.
Year 6 – All times tables.

This seems a lot to learn once you reach Year 4, but from the beginning of Year 4, your child has a full 3 years to get to grips with all of the times tables. If you feel this is a lot for your child you could try the following in order listed. 

Super Brainy Beans alternative:

Year 1  – Be able to count in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s. Know doubles and halves to 10. 
Year 2
– 10 times tables, 2 times tables and 5 times tables.
Year 3 – 11 times tables, 9 times tables, 3 times tables, 4 times tables.
Year 4 – 6 times tables, 8 times tables.
Year 5  – 7 times tables, 12 times tables.
Year 6 – All times tables.

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