**Multiplication Times Tables Tips and Tricks**

- If you multiply any number by zero, the answer is zero.
- If you multiply any number by 1, you get the original number.
- If you multiply a whole number by 10, write an extra zero at the end of the number. Multiples of 10 always end with a 0.
- If you multiply a number by two, add it to itself. (Example: 2 x 3 = 3 + 3 = 6). Multiplying by two is also known as
**doubling**. Multiples of 2 always end with a 2, 4, 6, 8 or 0

This following digital resource (TT53) will help you learn all of your tables, easily in an interactive way.

With this digital resource, you can practice the multiplication tables quickly and easily until you learn them.

You will see right away which answers are correct and which are incorrect.

# >>>> __TT53 __Short_Times_Tables <<<<<

If you practice multiplication tables daily for at least 10 minutes, I can guarantee that you will fully master them in less than a week

# PRACTICE MAKES THE MASTER

## Each day practice at least 10 minutes with the Short Times Tables TT53.

## Soon you will be able to remember all the times tables facts. Guaranteed!

**We should never give up!**

**Please, ****give yourself time to thoroughly learn them.**

——————————————————————————————————————

For those students who prefer to dominate the multiplication tables one by one at a time, I am offering the following PowerPoint presentations.

I sincerely believe that following the traditional method will take a little longer to master all the multiplication tables.

After the PowerPoint presentations, I am providing some interactive exercises so that you can practice what you have studied

**Multiplication Times Tables Tips and Tricks**

- If you multiply a number by two, add it to itself. (Example: 2 x 5 = 5 + 5 = 10).
- To multiply a number by four, double the number and then double it again.

(Example: 6 x 4 = ? double 6 = 12, double 12 = 24). - To multiply a number by eight, you double the number three times (Example: 6 × 8 = ? Double 6 = 12, double 12 = 24, double 24 = 48).

————————————————————————————————————

**Multiplication Times Tables Tips and Tricks**

- To multiply a number by 5, multiply a half of that number by 10. (Example: 5 × 6, half of 6 is 3, add a zero for an answer of 30). Multiples of 5 always end with a 5 or a 0.

————————————————————————————————————-

**Multiplication Times Tables Tips and Tricks**

- To multiply a number by 9, just remember: The tens digit is one less than our original number. The tens digit plus the one’s digit equals nine. (Example: 9 × 7 =? One less than 7 is
**6**, plus**3**more make 9: 9 × 7=**63**

Now we will see how to multiply by 9 using the same trick we saw previously but using the fingers of the hands.

You can use the following digital resources to easily practice *all* of your *tables*.

It’s my hope that these resources will help you to learn soon the times tables in a short time.

__TT51 __Times_Table_Mini

__TT52 __N_Times_Table

__TT53 __Short_Times_Tables

__TT54 __By_Levels_Times_Tables