Fun ways to help your child with multiplication

Share these maths activities, board games, dice games and card games and really support your child to develop multiplication mastery and understanding.


Maths at home can really help


A child's first experience of multiplication can be a timed times tables test. Research suggests that these tests are linked to the development of maths anxiety.
Instead when you share these carefully designed activities with your child at home they will experience powerful imagery which will shape a thorough understanding of multiplication and always be there in their brain to help. The parent information sheets will help you introduce in stages all the different words that can be used: groups of, multiply, product, arrays...Don't worry about not having the maths equipment found in schools. Print the number lines, number grids, slavonic grids and use these really useful tools when you are having fun playing the games.

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