You can easily practice your times tables here in our times tables quiz. These Times tables test according to year are used to primary school children. In maths times tables are the multiplication of two numbers. It is necessary to memorize times tables up to 12 *12 in primary school.

It is a well-known fact that Babylonians used times tables skills about 4000 years ago. Now it’s your turn to learn your times tables now.

It is a common question among parents of children in primary school. Which times table should my child learn? We organize the times tables and their assessment according to the year group in primary schools in England.

Time tables are wonderful training exercises of learning things in class either individually or collectively with the whole class group.

**What is the curriculum requirement of times tables in Year 2?**

Pupils in year 2 should learn times tables of 2,5 and 10. Click on the numbers to learn their times tables again and again

**What is the curriculum requirement times tables in Keystage 2?**

Children in Year 3 should learn times tables of 3,4 and 8.Children in Year 4 should learn all the times tables of 12 up to 12. Ins year 5 and 6 they should keep practicing their times tables to brush up their skills.

We have developed all 12 times tables to learn individually. You can practice here

https://www.starworksheets.co.uk/times-tables-quiz/Learn your Times Tables.

**1- How do you learn your times tables fast?**

KEEP PRACTICING!! The best way to learn them is to spend a few minutes daily

in the learning time table.

#### 2- Why learning times tables is important?

1- Improve mental arithmetic skills.

2- It increases the calculation speed.

3-It help to understand further mathematical concepts like division, fraction

and percentages etc.

4-It improve confidence in class.

### What is the Times Tables Test according to Year?

The children are tested their multiplication tables regularly by schools.

We have summarized the requirement of the national curriculum below.

**Year 1 **Count in multiples of **2, 5, and 10**. Recall and use all doubles to 10 and corresponding their

halves.

**Year 2 **Recall and Use the multiplication and division facts of **2, 5, and 10** tables. They began to recognize the even and odd numbers.

**Year** 3 Recall and Use the multiplication and division facts of **3, 4, and 8** tables.

**Year **4 Recall and Use the multiplication and division facts of tables up to **12 by 12**.

**Year **5 Revision of time tables up to 12 x 12.

Year 6 Revision of time tables up to 12 x 12.