Welcome to Tackling Tables

a brilliant way to learn times tables and division

Welcome to Tackling Tables video

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What makes Tackling Tables different?

The Tackling Tables card game and app enable students to see number relationships. This is a highly effective way to help them to achieve automatic and accurate retrieval of multiplication tables and the corresponding division facts.

Tackling Tables How it Works video
  • Students - learn times tables and division facts and discover just how much it helps with so many aspects of maths
  • Parents - playing the cards for just 5 -10 minutes a day will make all the difference! Then use the app to test and apply your child’s knowledge
  • Teachers - a fun and exciting way to teach times tables in the classroom and then deepen understanding with a range of intelligent practice options – supported by video teaching clips on this website
  • School Leaders - a consistent and challenging whole school scheme. Designed to help pupils meet National Curriculum expectations, it comes complete with pupil tracking data to enable you to monitor progress and make sure your year 4 pupils are well prepared for the Multiplication Tables Check
  • Secondary Schools - a helpful resource to make up lost ground – this is the resource that will get times tables and the inverse sorted!
  • Teachers and Students in F.E. - a great resource to help prepare for Functional Skills testing

It Really Works......

The Tackling Tables card game provides a great way for building children’s confidence in learning their times tables. Our testers found them easy to use and there was a real sense of achievement when the children got the answers right – they enjoyed being able to collect the cards they had answered correctly.

Parents liked that the cards could be played both individually and competitively, with more than one child at a time. This is ideal for siblings as the different sections of easy, medium and hard are suited to different age groups. Additionally, this also allows progression as children develop their knowledge and confidence.