Dozens of creative ways to test and reward students whilst playing the tables games. Play multiplication bingo with the whole class to see who gets a 'full house' first, or help the climber reach the top of the Table Mountain. Tables won't seem as hard again!
All of the games and activities can be differentiated to suit varing ages and ability. New games and levels can be created making learning a constant challenge.
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All the activities contained in Teaching Tables can be evaluated by clicking the underlined links below.
Multiplication Bingo Machine
A fun way for the class to practise their multiplication
facts. Give each pupil a bingo card generated in the supporting
resources section and set the bingo machine running. The
bingo machine will display a multiplication question for
a preset time. If a pupil has the answer on their card they
must cross it off. The first pupil(s) to cross off all their
Select the table you wish to practise and then begin your ascent.
If you manage to reach the top you can print out a certificate
and view a report of your mistakes ( one player games only ).
If you're feeling particularly brave you can take the Table Mountain
Challenge but be careful a single mistake sends you right back
to the bottom!
It's soon very obvious that this is the work of someone who knows what goes on in the classroom
While many computer resources are fiddly and tricky to use, this one is easy, big, bold and very intuitive. I like it because there's a range of activities right across upper and lower primary. I mainly use them to introduce a concept and in the mental and oral starter of a lesson. A favourite of mine does tally charts and generates examples to test the class. Another calculates fractions as you colour in segments of a rectangle. It's soon very obvious that this is the work of someone who knows what goes on in the classroom and realises what's needed
Mr Andrew Harris - ICT Coordinator The Deans Primary School