Ten Times Table Homework Clipart

Diagnostic questions

Check fast and fluent recall of early multiplication facts such as two times, five times, and ten times tables.

  1. If Moira knows that 3 x 8 is 24, how can she work out 6 x 8? (If necessary, prompt the student to focus on using the known fact 3 x 8 = 24)
    Answer: 6 x 8 is double 3 x 8 because there are twice as many groups of 8.
  2. If 3 x 8 = 24, why is 3 x 80 = 240?
    Answer: The answer is 10 times as large because 80 is 10 times as large as 8.

What to notice in the student’s response

  1. Does the student attempt to use skip-counting to work out 6 x 8 or state that they don’t know their six times table?
  2. Can the student suggest a reason beyond “you just need to add a zero”?

Deliberate acts of teaching

Materials

Arrays give students a visual representation that can be used to explore multiplication concepts.

Double Your Facts
Use arrays to create models.

Take a known fact, such as 4 x 5 = 20, and model it using the array. Double it by modelling 8 x 5. Ask the student to model and draw several examples of doubling.

Use doubling to extend beyond the 10 x 10 times table grid. For example, double 9 x 8 to find 18 x 8.

Power Up Your Facts
Use large dotty arrays and felt pens to explore what happens to a product when one factor is multiplied by ten, for example, 3 x 4 = 12, 3 x 40 = 120. Point out that the new product is exactly ten times as large. Encourage the student to discuss the magnitude of the change, rather than simply commenting that zeroes have been added. Make links to place value.

Explore what happens when a factor is 100 or 1000 times as large, or when both factors are multiplied by a multiple of 10, for example, increasing 3 x 4 to 30 x 40.

What to do next if the student is stuck

Move back to making models of a basic fact and increasing it one group at a time, using a different colour for each group added:
3 x 3 = 9
4 x 3 = 12
5 x 3 = 15 …
Point out that 6 x 3 is twice the size of 3 x 3.

Initiating home-based activities

Explain to parents that the student is learning to flexibly use their times tables to solve problems. Parents can support the student by asking times table questions and then doubling them, for example, 6 x 5 followed by 12 x 5. Parents can help the student to practise “powering up”, for example, 4 x 6 followed by 40 x 6 and 3 x 7 followed by 3 x 70.

Next teaching steps back in the classroom

Give the student problem-solving exercises involving multiplication facts, for example, a measurement problem requiring the use of multiplication to find area.

    

10 Times Table

Welcome to the 2nd Grade Math Salamanders 10 Times Table Worksheets.

Here you will find our selection of free multiplication worksheets to help introduce your child to the 10 times multiplication table.

Math Salamanders Copyright Information.

Thank you for honoring our copyright. The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using our collection of free Math Worksheets printable for kids.

Multiplication Learning

Multiplication is introduced as a concept around Grade 2.

Unlike addition and subtracting, multiplication is a concept that does not come naturally to many children. Quite a lot of time may need to be dedicated in developing children's understanding of what multiplcation is and how it works. Time spent doing this is time well spent, so that children become more confident with their understanding of multiplication before they continue their journey into the multiplication table and solving multiplication problems.

The multiplication learning in 2nd Grade underpins future learning of the multiplication table, and the standard multiplication algorithm learnt in future grades.

During 2nd grade, children should be learning the following multiplication skills:

  • understand what multiplication is and how it works;
  • know the multiplication table to 5x5;
  • solve simple multiplication problems.

Quick links to other times tables...

Multiplication Facts - 10 Times Table

The following worksheets are all about introducing and consolidating multiplication facts for the ten times tables and counting up by 10s.

The sheets in this section are at a similar level of difficulty from each other.

Each sheet is designed to help introduce your child to their tables in a slightly different way, from learning about grouping to counting up and writing out their table facts.

An answer sheet is available for each worksheet provided.

Using the sheets in this section will help to:

  • introduce table facts for the ten times tables;
  • understand multiplication as repeated addition;
  • understand multiplication as skip counting;
  • solve a range of simple multiplication challenges.

All the sheets in this section will help your child start to learn and understand their table facts.

10 Times Tables Printable Display Sheet

Here is a printable display sheet for the ten times table to use as a quick reference or part of a display.

There is also a blank version for the children to fill in.

Ten Times Tables Worksheets - Counting by 10s

Ten Times Tables Worksheets

Looking for more 10 Times Tables worksheets like these?

Try the 10 Times Table practice worksheets at the Math Salamanders!

Using the link below will open the Math Salamanders main site in a new browser window.

Multiplication Games

Playing games is a great way to develop multiplication knowledge and skills in an informal and fun way.

The games in this section have been designed to help children learn their multiplication facts to 5x5.

Many of the games will also help children to develop their strategic thinking skills.

Using these games will help your child to:

  • learn their multiplication facts;
  • understand multiplication as repeated addition;
  • develop strategic thinking skills.

Using the link below will open the Math Salamanders main site in a new browser window.

Multiplication Charts

In this section, you will find our multiplication and times tables charts.

Using chart is a great way of introducing times tables at an early stage in a non-threatening way.

Chanting and counting regularly is a really good way to learn your tables.

Using these charts will help your child to master their tables.

Math-Salamanders.com

Whether you are looking for a free Homeschool Math Worksheet collection, banks of useful Math resources for teaching kids, or simply wanting to improve your child's Math learning at home, there is something here at the Math Salamanders for you!

The Math Salamanders hope you enjoy using these free printable Math worksheets and all our other Math games and resources.

We welcome any comments about our site on the Facebook comments box at the bottom of every page.

comments received about this page so far!

How to Print or Save these sheets

Need help with printing or saving?
Follow these 3 easy steps to get your worksheets printed out perfectly!

How to Print or Save these sheets

Need help with printing or saving?
Follow these 3 easy steps to get your worksheets printed out perfectly!

0 thoughts on “Ten Times Table Homework Clipart

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *