# 15 To 20 Multiplication Tables for Kids with Exercises

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It is very important for children to learn tables 15 to 20 so that it becomes easier for them to solve math problems quickly. Children are required to learn times tables so that they can solve complex arithmetic operations. These will help kids to solve equations with addition, subtraction, division, and more. To teach big numbers you need to teach young ones small digit numbers and then continue with a larger numbers like 15 to 20 tables. It is always best to teach numbers to children using some interesting activities so that they can get involved in the activity. So this will make them understand multiplication numbers faster and they can apply the concept of digits to do addition, subtraction, division, percentage, and more.

## When you should start teaching your child 15 to 20 tables?

It is always best to teach your child a table of 15 to 20, once they have learned tables of 1 to 10, and 10 to 15 and when they understood the concept of 1 to 15 tables using addition and subtraction. It is a time to introduce them to 15 to 20 with some interesting activities like flashcards, worksheets, and printables.

## Importance of teaching 15 to 20 Multiplication Tables to Children

Here are a few benefits of learning tables for kids:

• It will help children become pros in calculations.
• It will help them to solve complex problems using arithmetic equations.
• It will help them to calculate their daily expenses.
• It will boost their memory.

## Quick Tips to Learn Table of 15 to 20 at Home

Teaching numbers to kids is very important to improve their maths skills. We can always make their learning fun using some easy tips and tricks. Below are quick easy tips to learn tables from 15 to 20:

• 15 Table:

Use always 5 and 0 in unit place.

Example:

15, 30, 45, 60….

• 16 Table:

Apply another interesting trick is always to use the 6 times table at the unit place and use only the last number.

(6, 12, 18, 24, 30) (36, 42, 48, 54, 60)

Example: (16, 32, 48, 64, 80) (96, 112, 128, 144, 160)

• 17 Table:

Use amazing trick is always adding a natural number from 1 to 10 to 16 table.

Example: 16*1 = 16 + 1 = 17

16*2 = 32 + 2 = 34

16*3 = 48 + 3 = 51

So on.

• 18 Table:

Use another simple trick always add even numbers ( 8, 6, 4, 2, 0) unit place and repeat the same pattern after the 5th number.

At the tens, place adds 1st five odd numbers (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) and then add ( 10, 12, 14, 16, 18) even numbers.

Example: (18, 36, 54, 72, 90) (108, 126, 144, 162, 180)

• 19 Table:

Apply a simple idea is always to add odd numbers (1, 3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 15, 17, 19) in the tens place and then add a whole number (0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9) from last.

Example: 19, 38, 57, 76, 95……

• 20 Table:

Always use the 2 times table at the tens place and add 0 at the unit place.

Example: 20, 40, 60, 80, 100……

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

Once your child had mastered 1 to 10 tables, you can now focus on teaching them 15 to 20 times tables. Always encourage your child to write the number and practice it regularly which will improve their academic performance and will help them to understand the calculation on daily basis. Here we have added it in image format so that children will love to learn the numbers using the visuals:

### Table of 15 ### Table of 16 ### Table of 17 ### Table of 18 ### Table of 19 ### Table of 20 ## Easy questions for Kids revise tables from 15 to 20

Here are a few questions for tables 15 to 20:

1. What are 3 times 19?

2. What is the value of 18 multiplied by 9?

3. What is the 5th multiple of 20?

4. what number should 17 be multiplied to get 153?

5. What is the product of 16 and 2?

6. What is the 8th multiple of 15?

7. What is the value of 18 multiplied by 10?

8. What is the 2nd multiple of 15?

9. what number should 16 be multiplied to get 64?

10. What is the product of 17 and 5?

## MCQ Questions and Answers to Revise at Home

1. In one box 10 pens are present. Then in 19 boxes how many pens are there?

a) 120
b) 190
c) 186
d) 68

Ans: b) 190

2. What will be the result of 18 X 7?

a) 105
b) 87
c) 24
d) 68

Ans: d) 126

3. In one packet 5 pieces of bread are present. Then in 15 packets how many slices of bread are there?

a) 75
b) 80
c) 36
d) 88

Ans: a) 75

4. Meera is having their 18th birthday and she decided to give chocolates to her friends and a single chocolate cost Rs. 20 than for 10 chocolates how much it will cost?

a) 220
b) 111
c) 200
d) 212

Ans: c) 200

5. Sana is buying a new car and she invited her relatives, and friends and decided to give Gulab Jamun to them on buying a new car.  A single Gulab Jamun cost Rs. 5 and for 20 Gulab Jamun how much it will cost?

a) 110
b) 310
c) 200
d) 100

Ans: d) 100

6. Daddy used to give Rs. 15 to Devika every day for Tea. Then how much total it used to happen for a week?

a) 105
b) 31
c) 125
d) 100

Ans: d) 105

## Simple Maths Problems on Tables from 15 to 20 for Kids

To have strong knowledge of tables it is important for children to practice them on daily basis. We have added a few maths equations for young ones to recall times tables of 15 to 20 and apply them while solving the equations using different arithmetic:

1. Geeta dances for 2 hours every day. How many hours will she dance in 15 days?

Solution:

Geeta dances for 2 hours per day. Therefore, she danced in 15 days is 2 hours × 15 days = 30 hours.

2. If Kumar buys 18 chocolates every day, how many total chocolates will he buy in a week?

Solution:

Kumar buys chocolates in a day = 18 chocolates and the total number in a week is = 7. Therefore, he bought chocolates in a week is 18 x 7 = 126.

3. Tina baked 17 biscuits in two hours for Thanksgiving. How many biscuits did she bake in 5 hours?

Solution:

The number of biscuits baked in two hours = 17 and a total number of biscuits baked in 5 hours = 17 x 5 = 85. Therefore, the total number of biscuits tina baked is 85.

4. Saniya exercises 2 hours per day. Find how many hours will she exercises in 20 days.

Solution:

The Saniya walkout for 2 hours every day. Therefore, the total hours she exercises in 20 days is 2 × 20 = 40 hours.

## FAQ

1. How do you read the 17 times table?

17 ones are 17

17 twos are 34

17 threes are 51

17 fours are 78

And so, on

2. What are the uses of multiplication tables in children’s lives?

Multiplication tables play a major role in a young one’s life. it helps them in calculating any kind of bills, managing everyday accounts, and measure volume, area, etc.

3. How do you read the 18 times table?

18 ones are 18

18 twos are 36

18 threes are 54

18 fours are 72

And so, on #### Rashmita S

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