TablesTest: A Great Resource For Children Learning Multiplication

Tim Brookes 17-02-2013

In school I remember having to learn my “times tables” to the point of being able to repeat them as some robot-like chant. It wasn’t the most fun part of my education, but then again it did the job. Using a grid is another excellent way of learning multiplication, and a new website called TablesTest takes the grid approach as well as quick-fire sums to help children master multiplication The 20 Websites You Need to Learn Math Step by Step We have compiled the best sites for each level so that you can learn systematically, gain a better grasp of math one level at a time, and have fun! Read More .


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The website which is currently in beta features six levels of quizzes, each with multiple-choice answers. As each question is answered that particular sum is added to the grid on the left, building a working knowledge of times tables. At the end of each round of questions a score is awarded based on accuracy and speed, with the ability to register and save your scores (and subsequently monitor a child’s progress) available once you’ve finished a round of questions.


It can be a little confusing isolating the number you want from the pool of multiple choice questions, especially in the later levels where there are a lot of buttons to accidentally hit. If it gets children interested in mathematics Mad 4 Maths: Interactive Game For Kids To Practice Basic Arithmetic Operations [Android] Read More then it’s got to be a winner.


  • Learn multiplication using a grid-system.
  • Features six levels of questions with points for correct answers and speed.
  • Register a username and password in order to save results.
  • Great for testing memory, especially if it’s been a while since you set foot inside a classroom!

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  1. ashutoshdave
    March 20, 2013 at 10:14 am

    I tried it out but I get only 10 points!! I guess there might be some problem.