# 1 to 10 Multiplication Tables for Kids with Fun Tips

When children want to solve multiplication problems it is important for kids to have a strong base of tables. If they know multiplication tables it will help them to solve math problems quickly. Teaching children calculations are difficult at a young age as they find it boring but if they are taught properly with activities, they will love learning the calculations. In these articles, we will introduce tables 1 to 10 for children with a step-by-step guide. It is always best to first teach them single-digit multiplication from 1 to 10 and then slowly proceed with higher digits. In this article, we will talk about single-digit multiplication tables. Knowing these will help children to do quick calculations. Let’s look into 1 to 10 table lessons:

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## When you should start teaching your child 1 to 10 tables?

You can introduce multiplication tables from 1 to 10 to children once they have understood two basic primary arithmetic operations such as addition and subtraction. There are some children who take time to learn whereas other may learn faster than them.

## Importance of teaching 1 to 10 Multiplication Tables to Children

Here are a few benefits of learning tables from 1 to 10 for Pre-schooler:

- They are used practically every day in day-to-day expenses thus it helps to build confidence.
- It will help children to solve small yet big math problems.
- It will improve math skills.
- Unlike, some maths concepts that are not used in daily life but multiplication tables are used daily.

## Tables of 1 To 10 for Children

The printable multiplication tables chart from 1 to 10 is given here so that children can learn faster by seeing visualization:

### Tables of 1 to 5

### Tables of 6 to 10

## Interesting Facts to know about Tables 1 to 10

Here are some amazing facts about 1 to 10 tables for kids:

- In multiplication tables from 1 to 10, the digits contain the whole number.
- Any digit multiplied by itself gives a square of that digit. Example 2²= 4
- It is simple to memories the 10 tables. All you required is to add a 0 to the value which is multiplied by 10, eg 10×5=50.

## Quick Tips to Learn Table of 1 to 10 at Home

Teaching multiplication tables at an early age are important to improve children’s mathematics skills. We should always teach them digits by using practical examples. This tip will make students understand the calculations quickly. Below are quick amazing tips to learn multiplication tables from 1 to 10:

**Table of 1:**

- Learning the multiplication table of 1 is very simple.
- Let’s teach them with an Example:
- e., 1x apple = 1 apple
- 1x chocolate = 1 chocolate
- 1x 2= 2

Anything multiplied by 1, becomes the answer to the digit.

**Table of 2:**

- The number multiplied by 2 will be doubled or a twin of that digit.
- Example:
- 2 * 2 = 4
- 2 * 5 = 2+2+2+2+2= 10
- 2 is an even number.

**Table of 3:**

- You will need to add a digit 3 times to itself to get the multiple of 3.
- 3*2 = 6 i.e., 3+3= 6.
- 3 is an odd number.

**Table of 4:**

- You will need to add a digit 4 times to itself to get the multiple of 4.
- 4*4 = 16 i.e., 4+4+4+4= 16
- 4 is an even number.

**Table of 5:**

- We use here 5 and 0 at the unit place.
- 5 tables are basically multiple of 5 [ 5,10,15,20,25,30]
- You can also use it to add a digit 5 times to itself to get the multiple of 5.
- 5*3 = 15 i.e., 5+5+5= 15
- 5 is an odd number.

**Table of 6:**

- 6 tables are as equal to 3 tables.
- If you know the table of 3 then you can easily learn the table of 6 you just need to double the multiples of 3 to obtain multiples of 6. i.e., if (3×2=6) then (6×2=12).
- You can also use it to add a number 6 times to itself to get the multiple of 6.
- 6*3 = 18 i.e., 6+6+6= 18
- 6 is an even number.

**Table of 7:**

- You need to add a digit 7 times to itself to get the multiple of 7.
- 7*3 = 21 i.e., 7+7+7= 21
- 7 is an odd number.

**Table of 8:**

- You need to add a number 8 times to itself to get the multiple of 8.
- 8*3 = 24 i.e., 8+8+8= 24
- 8 is an even number.

**Table of 9:**

- Number 9 is basically triple 3.
- So, triple the multiple of 3 tables to obtain the multiples of 9.
- For example: (3×3=9), (9×3=27).
- You can also add a number 9 times to itself to get the multiple of 9.
- 9*3 = 27 i.e., 9+9+9= 27
- 9 is an odd number.

**Table of 10:**

- Table 10 is very similar to table 1, you need to add a 0 to the resultant multiple and start a natural number.
- Example: if 1×6 =6 then 10×6=60.
- 10 is an even number.

## Easy questions for Kids revise tables from 1 to 10

Here are a few examples for tables 1 to 10:

**1. What are 6 times 6?**

**Answer:** 36

**2. What is the value of 10 multiplied by 9?**

**Answer:** 90

**3. What is the 6th multiple of 2?**

**Answer:** 12

**4. What number should 3 be multiplied to get 27?**

**Answer:** 9

**5. What is the product of 5 and 3?**

**Answer:** 15

**6. What is the 9th multiple of 8?**

**Answer:** 72

**7. What is the 2nd multiple of 7?**

**Answer:** 14

**8. What are 3 times 9?**

**Answer:** 27

## Simple Multiplication Problems for Children to revise the tables from 1 to 10

Solve these easy multiplication problems based on the tables from 1 to 10.

- 2 x 7 = _____
- 3 x 3 = _____
- 5 x 6 = _____
- 8 x 8 = _____
- 10 x 4 = _____
- 1 x 5 = _____
- 7 x 8 = _____

**Answers:** 14, 9, 30, 64, 40, 5, 56

## Simple Maths Problems on Tables from 1 to 10 for Kids

To have a strong base of tables it is important for students to practice it on daily basis. We have added a few maths problems on 1 to 10 for children to recall the multiplication table and use it while solving the problems for different scenarios:

**1. Observe all the tables from 1 to 10 and evaluate 4 times 8.**

**Solution:**

Using the 4 times table we have,

4 times 8 = 4 × 8 = 32

Thus, we get 4 times 8 is 32.

** 2. ****If Radha earns ₹10 an hour.** **How much will Radha earn in 10 hours?**

**Solution:**

Radha earns in an hour = ₹10 and in 10 hours, money earned by her = 10 * 10 = ₹100. Therefore, Radha earns in hours is ₹100.

**3. Druv watch cartoon for 2 hours daily during lunchtime; how many total hours will he watch cartoon in a week?**

**Solution: **

Druv watches cartoons for 2 hours every day. Therefore, the total hours he watches cartoons in a week (i.e. 7 days) is 14 hours. I.e., (2 hours × 7 days) = 14 hours.

## Tables 1 to 10 Activities for Kids

Here are quick fun activities that children can use to learn math tables of 1 to 10 and can make their learning enjoyable.

### 1. Guessing the Hint

It is the best game that all children love to play. To begin with, the game, take a big sheet and keep it in your home with many digits on each sheet. Now, make your hints such that the little one must first answer a problem correctly from the multiplication chart from 1 to 10. If the answer is correct give them chocolate.

### 2. Team Game

First, stick 1 to 10 digits on twenty books. Now ask a little one to pick two books and then tell them to show them to their friend. The friend must give the right answer for their team to get one score.

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