# 11 to 20 Multiplication Tables for Kids with Exercises

Multiplication tables are important for kids in order to make quick calculations which will make their math base strong. Remembering tables from 11 to 20 helps children to solve complex problems, which will create a good start at a young age. Children’s number calculations are always started from the shorter number and they are taught 1 to 10 tables from Class 1 to Class 5 once they are familiar with 1 to 10 tables children are introduced to 2 digits multiplication tables from 11 to 20 which young one find difficult to learn. Learning 11 to 20 will help children to prepare for their exams and will help to improve calculation speed. Remembering these 2 digits tables is a little difficult for kids but if they are taught with proper flow and activities, they will be able to learn and use 11 to 20 tables in their daily life.

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## When you should start teaching your child 11 to 20 tables?

It is important to teach students tables of 11 to 20 as it will strengthen their math skills. You should start teaching them 2 digits tables once they have understood and remembered the table of 1 to 10 and when they can apply it while solving problems of addition, subtraction, multiplications, and division using tables 1 to 10. You can also introduce them to multiplication tables 11 to 20 while using some fun tips and tricks, or activities like flashcards and printables.

## Importance of teaching 11 to 20 Multiplication Tables to Children

Here are a few benefits of learning tables from 11 to 20 for Pre-schooler:

- It will help them to do calculations confidently.
- It will strengthen their multiplications base at a young age.
- Memorising these tables will help young ones to do fast calculations on their day-to-day expenses.

## Quick Tips to Learn Table of 11 to 20 at Home

Teaching multiplication tables to pre-schooler are important to improve their mathematics skills. We should always introduce them to the new lesson using some fun tips and tricks. These tips and tricks will help students to memorise the numbers multiplications quickly. Below are quick fun tips to learn multiplication tables from 11 to 20:

### 11 Table:

The learning product of 11 is very simple. You need to multiply 11 numbers by the whole number each time (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10).

**Example:**

11 x 1 = 11

11 x 2 = 22

11 x 3 = 33

11 x 4 = 44

So, on

11, 22, 33, 44, 55, 66, 77, 88, 99, 110

### 12 Table:

To learn table 12 with an easy trick, follow this simple pattern:

**12, 24, 36, 48,** 60, **72** ….

Always use the natural numbers at tens place i.e. (1, 2, 3, 4) now skip 5 and continue with the following numbers (6, 7, 8, 9, 10) now skip 11 and continue with the following number (12)

**i.e., 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 12**

now at the unit place use the product of 2 (2, 4, 6, 8, 0, 2, 4, 6, 8, 0) and use here only the unit digit of table 2.

Combining together all we get: 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, 84, 96, 108, 120,

### 13 Table:

To learn this, follow this simple pattern:

Use the product of 3 (03, 06, 09, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27 30) unit place.

Now add natural numbers to the ten’s place (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10)

- (1+0)3 = 13
- (2+0)6 = 26
- (3+0)9 = 39
- (4+1)2 = 52
- (5+1)5 = 65
- (6+1)8 = 78
- (7+2)1 = 91
- (8+2)4 = 104
- (9+2)7 = 117
- (10+3)0= 130

We get 13, 26, 39, 52…..

### 14 Table:

Teaching 14 product has another easy trick as we followed in product 13. For this, we need to use the table of 4 i.e. (04, 08, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40) at the unit place and then add natural numbers at the tens place.

- (1+0)4 = 14
- (2+0)8 = 28
- (3+1)2 = 42
- (4+1)6 = 56
- (5+2)0 = 70
- (6+2)4 = 84
- (7+2)8 = 98
- (8+3)2 = 112
- (9+3)6 = 126
- (10+4)0 = 140

We get 14, 28, 42, 56…

### 15 Table:

Teaching 15 tables is simple always use the pattern of (5, 0) i.e., 5 0 5 0 5 0 5 0 5 0 in unit place, and then write two odd and two even numbers pattern consecutively at tens place (1 3 4 6 7 9 10 12 13 15). So, combining these 2 patterns we get a table of 15.

**Example:** 15, 30, 45, 60, 75……

### 16 Table:

To make table 16 easier we follow the trick of using 6 multiplications table at the unit place and use only the unit digit of tables 6 (6, 1**2**, 1**8**, 2**4**, 3**0**, 3**6**, 4**2**, 4**8**, 5**4**, 6**0)** and then continue with 2 odd and 3 evens numbers consecutively at tens place (1 3 **4 6 8** 9 11 **12 14 16)**.

**Example:** 16, 32, 48, 64, 80…….

### 17 Table:

Teaching 17 product has another fun trick always add natural numbers from 1 to 10 to a table of 16.

**Example:** 16*1 = 16 + 1 = 17

16*2 = 32 + 2 = 34

16*3 = 48 + 3 = 51

16*4 = 64 + 4 = 68

So, on

17, 34, 51, 68, 85, …….

### 18 Table:

Teaching 18 product has a quick trick always use even numbers in reverse order two times (8, 6, 4, 2, 0) (8, 6, 4, 2, 0) at the unit place and now use odd numbers from 1 to 9 (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) at tens place till 5^{th} place and after 5^{th} place add even numbers from (10, 12, 14, 16, 18) at tens place.

**Example:** combining all this we get 18, 36, 54, 72, 90 …….

### 19 Table:

Teaching 19 product has another awesome idea always use odd numbers at tens place (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19) and then add a natural number (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) at a unit place in reverse order.

Example: **1**9, **3**8, **5**7, **7**6, **9**5…….

### 20 Table:

learning 20 tables is very simple always use the table of 2 (2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20) at the tens place and add continuous 0 at the unit place.

**Example: 2**0, **4**0, **6**0, **8**0, **10**0, **12**0…….

## 11 to 20 Multiplication Tables for Kids in Chart Form

The use of multiplication tables is it helps us to solve all kinds of calculations which is why it is important to teach kids tables from 11 to 20. Learning these products will also be helpful in higher education’s solving complex problems. Here is a chart of the multiples from 11 to 20. Practice these tables always and try to practice solving complex Mathematical problems fast and correctly.

### Tables 11 to 15

### Tables 16 to 20

## Easy questions for Kids revise tables from 11 to 20

Here are a few examples for tables 11 to 20:

**1. What are 6 times 11?**

**Answer:** 66

**2. What is the value of 12 multiplied by 9?**

**Answer:** 108

**3. What is the 6th multiple of 14?**

**Answer:** 84

**4. what number should 13 be multiplied to get 104?**

**Answer:** 8

**5. What is the product of 13 and 3?**

**Answer:** 39

**6. What is the 9th multiple of 15?**

**Answer:** 135

**7. What is the 2nd multiple of 18?**

**Answer:** 36

**8. What are 3 times 20?**

**Answer:** 60

## Simple Maths Problems on Tables from 11 to 20 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 tables 11 to 20 for children to recall multiplication tables and apply these while solving the problems for different scenarios:

**1. Rio practice a song every day for 2 hours. How many total hours will he sing in 12 days?**

**Solution:**

** **Rio sings a song for 2 hours every day. Therefore the total hours he sang in 12 days is (2 hours × 12 days) = 24 hours.

**2. If Megha earns ₹15 an hour.** **How much will Megha earn in 10 hours?**

**Solution:**

Megha earns in an hour = ₹15 and in 10 hours, money earned by her = 15 * 10 = ₹150. Therefore, Megha earns in hours is ₹150.

**3. Shetty watches TV for 3 hours daily during the evening; how many total hours will he watch TV in 13 days?**

**Solution: **

Shetty watches TV for 3 hours every day. Therefore, the total hours he watches TV in 13 days is (3 hours × 13 days) = 39 hours.

## FAQ

### 1. How to learn 13 Maths tables orally?

You can read them orally as follow:

Thirteen one is 13, Thirteen twos are 26, Thirteen threes are 39, Thirteen fours are 52, Thirteen fives are 65, Thirteen sixes are 78, Thirteen sevens are 91, Thirteen eights are 104, Thirteen nines are 117 and Thirteen tens are 130.

### 2. Find the value of 8 plus 14 times 4 minus 14 times 9 by using the tables from 11 to 20.

**Solution: **

From table 14,

14 times 4 = 56 and 14 times 9 = 126.

Therefore, 8 + 14 × 4 – 14 × 9 = -62.

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