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How do I help my child who is 7 years old with their timetables?

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You can find a lot of free resources on the internet. Things like songs on YouTube (that can be quite catchy) that will focus on one times table per song. BBC Bitesize has a KS1 times table resource with animated songs short quiz questions that you can work through too. You can also buy placemats with the times tables written out which you can use as a learning aid when eating dinner or having a snack. Hopefully your child’s school will have arranged it so that they’re being taught the β€˜easier’ ones first like the 5 times table and 10, so you can work your way up to the trickier ones.

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