Times Tables for Sports Fans
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A CD containing 72 sports themed times tables and division tables board games to print and play. Inspired by reluctant and struggling learners who love games and sport!
You will need 10 counters, 1 playing piece per player and 1 dice. Print on paper for instant play or print on card and laminate for durability if desired. Perfect for struggling learners in class or as homework activities.
Who are these games for?
These games are for children of all abilities at KS2 and 3 level who need more practice to remember the 0-12 times tables and children who are motivated by their sporting interests.
What is included?
72 Board Games to print & play – 18 per sport: football, hockey,baskeball,rugby
- Includes the Visual Memory Technique
- Prompt Cards to help children play
- Reward Certificates and more!
- Full Colour & Low Colour Ink Saving Versions
- What’s included?
- 18 times tables and division board games in 4 sports: football, hockey, basketball and rugby. You will get the full colour version with red/blue team colours and a printer friendly version that your kids can colour. You will also get full colour and low colour memory prompts which help children that are just learning and to understand division and times tables.
During testing some children refused to play the red/blue team games so to save arguements there is also a yellow/green team set for the football games.
My kids panic about times tables!!!
That’s no problem, these games will help! The game boards have the answers on, this is not cheating – it’s practice; children need to find them. If this is a problem, there are memory prompts included which will help, just print cut and keep them handy.
Division? Oh no, I just can’t do that!
If your children panic about division – do not dispare! The division game focuses on the times tables – it’s how you say it that matters. The instructions on the memory prompts show you how to do this – it’s good to practice learning how to say a division question so it reminds you to use the times tables.
My kids keep forgetting the times tables help!
There is a visual memory strategy that you can teach your children. You will need to practice it and then you can teach and practice it with your kids – it’s good fun, learning how!
Motivational sports games
Repeated fun practise
Recall division facts easily
All 4 sets of games follow similar rules
Demonstrates that multiplication can be done in any order and factors
Learn a memory technique
Dyslexia friendly fonts option
“My son and I are both dyslexic. The games are very good and keep my son’s interest well. He is keen to play everyday and I have noticed an improvement in his retention of times tables in class since he started using it.” Mum Heather & Taylor Age 10
“All the games are proving extremely popular and I have been telling parents about your resources.” J Murray – Director West Norfolk Tuition – Downham Market
“I have trialled the games with several of my pupils, both football mad boys and less fanatical females and it has gone down very well, universally. They are motivating games, testing their tables knowledge. The division option is good as it makes the children
think about how multiplication and division are linked.” Gillian Cawse – Dyslexia Support Teacher and Mathematics Specialist – London: