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Number Monster Times Tables
SHIFT Interactive Pty Ltd
Education, Family, Puzzle, Games IOS
Do you want to learn the Times Tables? Are you struggling to get excited about Maths, or do you just want to get better?
Number Monster to the rescue! Learn up to the 12x Tables with Number Monster's fun and easy way to Learn and Play.
Five minutes a day with Number Monster will have them improving their times tables skills within days.
You will be improving your STEM skills in no time.
Choose the table you want to practice from the following. First you can practice the multiplication tables in sequence and once you have got the hang of that you can practice all the sums in random order for each table. If you have forgotten any answers, just go back to the 'all tables in sequence' page and practice them again thoroughly before trying again.
Once you have got the hang of a number of tables you can select the Play mode and choose the tables you want to practice getting quicker at. This will help you learn all of your tables. The speed test is good practice for nailing your tables.
Learn the multiplication tables in an interactive way with "Number Monster - Learn Times Tables", the math multiplication learning games for 2rd, 3th, 4th and 5th grade. The game element in the times tables games make it even more fun learn.
Number Monster is your Times Tables Teacher in your pocket!
Not everyone finds it easy to learn all the tables, so it is a good idea to keep on practicing them regularly after you learned them. There are a few tricks which make it easier to learn the tables and continue to master them, such as putting the smallest number first, which makes it easier for many children to answer correctly. For example 4 x 9 is easier to work out than 9 x 4. Switching the multiplication sum around makes it easier to answer. What also often helps is to use the tables you know well for answering the sums in the more difficult tables. One example of this is 6 x 7, which is often said to be tricky. If you do 5 x 7 first and then add 1 x 7 it is suddenly easier to answer. You can do this the other way round too. For instance with 4 x 7 you can do 5 x 7 first then subtract 1 x 7.
Why do we put so much effort into learning tables? Well, the multiplication tables keep on coming up in the next primary school years and even when you're at secondary school. You don't see them as tables, but as part of bigger mathematical problems. And it isn't only at school, but in your everyday life it is useful to know your times tables well so you can quickly work things out, for instance when you are buying or selling vegetables on the market. If you have any questions, comments or ideas for Timestables.com, please use our contact form. We'd be glad to hear from you.