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Get ready for the Times Tables Challenge 2021

The maths department always starts the Autumn Term with a big push on learning/practising times tables. The children practise in class, have a competition to find the fastest three to represent their year group and then try to get into the final on Wednesday 13th October.
Learning times tables is a brilliant way of helping children advance their maths, and a secure knowledge will make a huge difference.
There are various apps, games and worksheets one can use to practise, but it can be quite simple as well. We are using a 100 tasks sheet. Children seeing teachers and parents practise is a powerful motivational tool. So why not challenge each other? Who can be fastest?
Each mistake adds 10 seconds to the score. The school’s record is 1 minute and 21 seconds (October 2016).
If you want to give it a go at home, below is our 100 tasks sheet, which randomly creates different tasks every time you open it.
Join the fun!

times tables 100 tasks