Times Table Rockstars
To enter Times Table Rockstars, follow this link:
Use a hyphen when entering the school name, i.e. Capel-le-ferne. Then enter your username and password to gain access to your Times Table Rockstars account. If you are missing your login details, speak to Mrs Keen or Miss Wardlaw.
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Are there times tables you're just not sure of yet? Head to this link for some ideas on how to learn them:
Mrs Keen's Tried and Tested Method for Learning Times Tables
1. Find twelve small pieces of card or paper (fold an A4 piece of paper into twelfths and cut)
2. Focus on one times table. Write each calculation (eg 7 X 8) onto one side of each card.
3. Turn the card over and write the answer (56). Repeat for each times tables fact.
4. Now it's time to play! Test yourself on each fact. For each fact you know, put the cards into a 'YES' pile. For the facts you don't, put the cards in a 'NO' pile.
5. Every day, test yourself on the NO cards until you know the facts by heart!
Times Tables Card Game
See if you can teach our Times Tables card game to someone at home!
You will need:
A deck of cards
A whiteboard or piece of paper for each player, and something to write with
1. Draw a circle on your piece of paper or whiteboard.
2. Write the numbers 1 to 12 around the inside of the circle, as if it were a clock face.
3. Choose a times table to work with. Each player can choose a different times table. Write the number of the times table you are working with in the centre of your circle as a target number.
4. Take it in turns to pick a card from the deck. The number corresponds to the number on your clock face. On the outside of the clock, write the answer to the card number multiplied by your target number.
Ace = 1x your number
Jack = 11 x your number
Queen = 12 x your number
If you pick a King, you get to cross out or rub out any one of your opponent's answers.
If you pick a Joker, you get to cross out or rub out ALL of your opponent's answers.
The winner of the game is the person to complete their whole circle first.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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