10 times table
The 5-step plan
Practise the 10 times table using the five steps. You can earn medals for the first four steps, and you get a diploma if you complete the final step correctly. For the multiplication table of 10, none of the answers will be higher than 100.
The first step consists of ten sums. There is no time limit.
Try to answer all the 15 questions right!
Answer all the 20 questions right to get the diploma!
Description 10 times table
Here you can practise the multiplication table of 10 using the five-step plan. The 10 times table is important because it forms the foundation for the multiplication tables you learn in primary school. First do the exercises in the right order. Then try the ones that are out of order to make things more challenging.
Example sums are:
- 4 x 10 = 40
- 9 x 10 = 90
If you have earned the multiplication table diploma, you can try to go one step further with the 11 and 12 times tables.
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