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4 tips for kids to help with times tables, plus an example of how NOT to do it: Wot so Funee? | Actually Mummy...

4 tips for kids to help with times tables, plus an example of how NOT to do it: Wot so Funee? | Actually Mummy...

Our class used this video to learn the 7's times table trick. FABULOUS! I had not seen this before...

Our class used this video to learn the 7's times table trick. FABULOUS! I had not seen this before...

<b>Whether you're casually brushing up on lessons or full-on homeschooling, these activities are so fun your kid will barely realize they're learning.</b>

<b>Whether you're casually brushing up on lessons or full-on homeschooling, these activities are so fun your kid will barely realize they're learning.</b>

This fun game can be used to help children revise mental math facts, times tables and simple mathematical equations.

This fun game can be used to help children revise mental math facts, times tables and simple mathematical equations.

Zap It! Great multiplication fact game for 2+ players. Student draws a stick and must give the correct answer to keep the stick. If the students misses it then he/she must put the stick back. Students keep playing back and forth. If a student draws a ZAP IT stick then they must put ALL their sticks back. Student with the most sticks wins!

Zap It! Great multiplication fact game for 2+ players. Student draws a stick and must give the correct answer to keep the stick. If the students misses it then he/she must put the stick back. Students keep playing back and forth. If a student draws a ZAP IT stick then they must put ALL their sticks back. Student with the most sticks wins!