Race around the clock multiplication tables

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A worksheet that can be used to test multiplication tables. The children write whatever multiplication table they are doing in the star in the middle of the sheet and multiply the number on the outside of the track by that number. They then write the answers of the multiplication table in the boxes in the inside of the track. Lower ability children can be asked to +2; +4; etc; to the number on the outside of the track instead of completing multiplication tables. Give children 2 or 3 minutes to complete the race. Photocopy back to back and ask higher ability children to complete both sides.

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April 2015
Nice and simple to get their math minds going at the start of class. Good mental maths build up exercise made fun. Thanks!
November 2012
Love it. I ran these in color and laminated it for a center to use over and over again. Students love it! Thanks so much for sharing!
October 2012
I love it! It's simple, but appealing to kids and will definitely keep my class motivated to improve their math tables. Thanks!
September 2012
I love this simple to use worksheet. So great for differentiating instruction. I plan to share it with others. Thanks. BTW - I had no problem printing it out in power point. Just go to file print in power point and it prints out perfectly.
July 2012
I love this idea. Can you tell me how I can best print this for use in my classroom? Thank you so much.
June 2012
Love this idea. One part of the design that shows your careful thought is starting with 2, 10, 1, and 9, multiples that pupils find easier to learn. I'd suggest moving 5 to an earlier position in the second leg, and moving 11 up into the second leg as well. They are also easier multiples to learn. You give the pupils 3 opportunities to practice multiplying by 9 but only 2 chances to multiply by 7. I'd flip those, because most students have more trouble with 7 than with 9. These are all suggestions for minor alterations of a great activity. Thanks for putting it out there for us.
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June 2012
Excellent!
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June 2012
Fantastic and fun sheet to consolidate times tables. Thank you very much!
June 2012
These sheets can be copied and laminated and used over and over again! What a great idea! kathlani
June 2012
I love it and I think the students will love it also! Thank you!
June 2012
What a great tool for DI (differentiating instruction)! Thanks for sharing.
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May 2012
Thank you. My niece is practising her 6-8 Timetables and this is very useful and fun at the same time!
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May 2012
A fantastic resource - Thank you.
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May 2012
class really enjoyed this thank you.
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May 2012
brilliant, most useful and for any times table, thanks
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May 2012
Simply, but effective and fun - a great way to get children to learn what can be a chore - thank you
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May 2012
Love it. Incredibly simple but works very well.
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May 2012
What A fantastic game. Thank you so much. :-)