Hit the Button
You can choose which times table you want to practise up to 10x or a mixed set. You can also
choose to hit the answer or to be shown the answer and then hit the question. You have one minute
to see how many you can get right. You need to keep an eye on the score in order to spot when
you've got an answer wrong. WMNet.


Fishy Times Tables
Choose to practise any times table from 2x to 12x (there is no mixed option). For each times
table there are two levels. The first level presents the questions in order, e.g. 1 x 2, 2 x 2, 3 x
2, which makes it a great game for when you are just starting to learn a new multiplication table.
There is no timer. Questions go up to 12 x the chosen number. What2Learn.


Camel Times Tables
This game from BBC schools is a useful introduction to times tables for KS1.
Help Molly to load her camel with the right amount of food for her trip. There are three
levels: Medium, Hard and Really Hard. In the Medium level you will count in 2s and 10s. In the
Hard level it's 3s and 5s. Really Hard uses a mixture of 2s, 3s, 5s and 10s but instead of
counting you have to choose the correct sum.


Cloud Multiplication Game
This game from eChalk lets you choose which times table to practise up to 12x
or you can choose a mixture. The question appears at the top and you have to click the cloud
with the correct answer on it. You will gain points depending on your speed and accuracy and
will be rewarded with a fireworks display.


Spitfire Tables Game
You can test your knowledge of 2x to 9x tables in this game from ICT Games.
Use your arrow keys to steer the spitfire towards the answer, then press your space key to
fire.


Buzzy Bee
This is a quick and simple game to help you practise all of your times tables from 1x to 10x in
order. First click on the white box that Buzzy Bee is carrying then type your answer to 1 x 1. You
don't have to press enter. If you're right, Buzzy moves onto the next slot in the grid and you can
type your answer to 2 x 1. See how quickly you can fill the grid. Your time in seconds is recorded
so you can try and beat your own time next go. Kidsnumbers.


Times Table Grid
These grid games allow you to practise times tables in lots of different ways. You can choose a
mixture or concentrate on a specific multiplication table. You can also choose whether to use a
timer. BBC Skillswise.


Sum Sense Multiplication
Set yourself a target as to how many multiplication questions you want to answer within a tie
limit of your choice. Then you have to drag the tiles to make a multiplication questions which
makes sense. Oswego.


Maths Models
Choose your times table or a group of tables, then answer the questions correctly to earn items
for your models, such as skin tones, hairstyles and clothes. Once you have answered enough
questions correctly you can style your model. Multiplication.com.


Shoot the Ghost
Choose the multiple you want to work with  it can be anything from 2 to 20. Then you have to
click on all the ghosts which are a multiple of your selected number. You have to think fast. If
you click a ghost which isn't a multiple of your number you will lose a point. Oswego.


Fridge Magnets
You can choose to fill in the answers or to fill the gaps in the questions. There's an optional
timer too. Drag the fridge magnets into the space in the times table sum then click the check
button to see if you're right. BBC Skillswise.


Multiplication Problem Solving
In this game you have to solve multiplication problems expressed in words. You can choose either
multiple choice or to type the answer to the questions. BBC Skillswise


Tables Tester
A straightforward tables testing game from Ambleweb. Pick Easy, Harder or Megahard to get a
times table question. Type in your answer then check. See how many points you can score.


Times and Divide Machine
Choose from three different levels to test your multiplication and division skills. You have to
click the keys on the keypad to enter your answer, then click the submit button to check it. If
you're not sure you can click another button to see the answer. Channel 4 Learning.


Table Trees
You can test your 2x to 12x tables or choose your own number so you can test your 20x or 99x
tables. For some of the questions you just need to type the answer. Others come up with gaps for
you to fill in. Designed by children at Ambleside Primary School.


Multiply Tunnel
This is a retrostyle game where you have to line up your spaceship to point at the brick which
answers the multiplication question. Then click to shoot out the brick and steer your way through
the hole. Playkidsgames.


Maths Magician
You can choose two different levels of multiplication questions or a mixed set of multiplication
and division. See how many questions you can answer before the time runs out. If you get an answer
wrong it doesn't tell you straight away, but at the end there is a summary which gives your
percentage. Oswego.


Learn your Tables
This is a comprehensive tool for learning and practising your times tables. There are lots of
options on the first screen. You can choose a drag and drop or type the answer in. There's also a
timed assessment with a report you can print out. Sumsonline.


Digit Workout Multiplication
This game from Crickweb tests your knowledge of multiplication facts. Choose level 5 for times
tables up to five or level 6 to go up to the ten times table. Type your answer in the box then
click the green button to check. You can print a certificate when you've finished.


Multiplication Puzzle
This resource from WMNET can be customised to suit your requirements. It consists of a grid
where you have to click on the blank squares and type in the multiplication answer. However, the
rows and columns are not in order and some of the numbers are missing, which makes it harder.


Mission Times Table
A multiple choice millionairestyle quiz from Crickweb. Answer the times tables questions to
reach for the stars. If you get stuck you can ask an astronaut, go 5050 or ask an alien.



Times Table Shooter
First choose the times table that you want to test yourself on, then simply shoot the answers.
As you move up through the levels, the answers begin to move around faster and faster.
Mathsgames.org

