The Harder Times Tables 6’s, 7’s, 8’s and 9’s
One of my twins has been working to get his 5 minute drill worksheet done in 5 minutes from themathworksheetsite.com . We missed a week of it and he did worse than ever- he said he forgot the 3’s and he also forgot a couple others. So I made him this worksheet which you are free to use and download also. It has all the hard multiplication tables. 1’s, 5’s, 10’s and 11’s are easy, 2’s, 3’s and 4’s tend to be OK because we start those first. 9’s have a couple of good tricks. But 6’s, 7’s and 8’s are hard to remember especially when multiplied by each other. So I made this worksheet for him, reviewed them with him and then he did way better on his 5 minute drill. We’ll keep working on it ’til it’s done!
Here’s the worksheet in case you have a child who could use the practice!
Cross Multiplying Fractions
The other of my twins is working on multiplying fractions. I remembered that Singapore math doesn’t emphasize cross multiplication, so I also a made a worksheet for him this and had the older kids do it too for review and just to make sure they could.
Here’s that worksheet!