# Multiplication Table of 8 for Kids with Exercises and Easy Tips

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Teaching multiplication tables play a major role in young ones’ education as it helps them to improve their memory at an early age and makes them quick in mathematics. Once children are familiar with table of 7. It’s time to introduce them to a table of 8. Practicing daily will help them to recall the table quickly where they can easily calculate any problems in their mind. Obtaining a table of 8 is simple and it can be done in 2 ways. One is you can make use of addition operations for obtaining 8 tables but that will be lengthened the process and the second one is obtaining a table of 8 using multiplication operations. In this article, children will learn both ways for getting the 8 times table. The multiplication table will be obtained by multiplying the 8 numbers with whole integers ( 1, 2, 3 up to 20) in Math.

Children should have strong skills from 1 to 10 tables at an early age and slowly process their learning to higher tables. Learning this table will help them to solve complex mathematical problems and do mental computations. Let’s learn table of 8 using various ways:

## Importance of teaching Table of 8 to Kids

Here are a few benefits of a learning table of 8 for children:

• Learning tables of 8 up to 20 will helps them to solve challenging mathematical problems easily.
• They will also be able to recall the tables while solving problems and they can easily do mental calculations which will help them throughout their education.
• This table will also be useful when calculating groceries-related items and other related things.

## What is the Definition of Table 8 In Maths?

All the children are more comfortable with addition operations as it’s the starting sign that is taught in elementary classes. In this section, children will learn how to obtain an 8 times table using addition.

Let’s look at the simplification of 8 tables:

## Quick Tips to Learn Table of 8 at Home

Children often find learning tables difficult when they are introduced to higher tables. So to make their learning easier, we have come up with easy activities, tips, and tricks. These tricks will definitely help them to learn table quickly and they will able to write it down easily. Let’s look at fun tips and tricks on how to teach 8 times tables to young ones.

### Tip 1:

This is one of the easier tricks of learning 8 tables. You have to just study the pattern it uses. Here the unit place ends with  8, 6, 4, 2, and 0 consecutively.

### Tip 2:

Another simple trick is that use reverse order. At the start, it will be difficult for young ones to learn the 8 times table. But tables 1 to 7 will be easier for them to recall. Let’s look at how to use reverse order:

Example 1,

If you want to obtain 8×6 = 48 and your child finds it difficult then tell them to use reverse order i.e 6×8 = 48. Here they easily calculated the 8’s table using the 6 tables.

Example 2,

Another example, If you want to obtain 8×5 = 40 and in reverse order i.e 5 ×8 = 40.

### Tip 3:

Another easy way to obtain the 8 tables is if young ones have already learned the 9 tables. In this example, your child has to first write down tables of 8 and 9 and then tell them to compare them both. So they will notice one pattern it uses. To obtain a table of 8, you have to subtract the number with the number you are multiplying from the 9 times table to get an 8 table.

Example 1,

If you want to obtain the answers for 8 × 6 then use the table of 9 i.e 9 × 6 = 54.

Now subtract 54 – 6 = 48.

Therefore we get the answer for 8 × 6 =48 in the 8 tables.

Example 2,

If you want to obtain the answers for 8 × 5 then use the table of 9 i.e 9 × 5 = 45.

Now subtract 45 – 5 = 40.

Therefore we get the answer for 8 × 5 = 40 for the 8 tables.

### Tip 4:

Another easiest trick is to use the table of 2 to obtain 8’s table.

Example 1,

By using a table of 2, the number 8 can be obtained as 2 × 2 = 4 × 2 = 8. So, here we use 3 times 2.

Example 2,

Similarly to obtain the number 16 we use 2 × 2 × 2 × 2 = 16. So here we use 4 times 2.

### Tip 5:

Another easiest way to remember the table of 8, is if the child uses a table of 4. Here they just have to double the table of 4 to obtain 8’s table.

Example:

If you want to find out what is 8 × 5?

Then, first, find out what is 4 × 5 = 20.

Now double the result using addition operations: 20 + 20 = 40.

Therefore, 8 × 5 is 40.

### Tip 6:

All children usually like to play games and it is the best game they will definitely love to play. For playing this game, you need chalk. Draw a lot of blocks on the floor and now ask your little ones to jump 8 times to get the next number of 8 times table. You can even play the game and spend a lovely time with your child.

## Multiplication Tables of 8 for Kids in Chart Form

In the above sections, young ones have learned a table of 8 using addition to obtain it. It takes more steps and time. So we make use of Multiplication operations. In this section, kids will learn 8 times table using multiplication. To teach them this table, we will be using the chart. Since young ones find pictures more attractive and they grasp them faster. We will be using 8 times table chart. Take a printout of 8 tables and hang it in their study room where they can easily read and revise it. This will definitely help parents to teach them tables easily by using the chart.

They will also learn tables of 8 up to 20. Which will help them to solve large and complex problems more quickly. Learning tables up to 20 will also help them to speed up solving lengthier multiplication problems.

Let’s look at the 8 times table chart in English:

## Easy Questions to Learn the Table of 8

Here is a simple exercise to test your young ones’ table of 8:

1. Fill in the blanks on the table of 8

• 8 x _ = 64
• _ x _ = 152
• 8 times 3 =
• 8 x 13 =
• 8 x 10 =
• 8 x _ =

Answer: 8, 152, 24, 104, 80, 120.

2. Multiple Choices Questions to learn 8 times table

1. What is the product of 8 by 15?

a) 120
b) 111
c) 82
d) 20

2. What is the product of 8 by 12?

a) 111
b) 96
c) 56
d) 102

3. Which are the multiples of 8 from the given list?

9, 16, 22, 24, 39, 32, 78, 42, 67, 48, 56, 17, 64, 72, 90, 110, 116, 120.

Answer: 16, 24, 32, 48, 56, 64, 72, 120

4. What are the missing numbers from the 8 table

8, 16, _, _, 40, _, 56 , _, 72, _.

Answer: 24, 32, 48, 64, 80.

5. If 3 × 8 is 24, then what is 8× 3?

6. How many times 8 is 48?

## Simple Maths Problems on Table 8 for Kids

In this section, children will learn how to calculate word problems easily. Learning this problem will help them to understand real-life calculations and they will solve it quickly. Let’s look at simple 8 times table maths problems:

1. What will be the answer for 8 times 3 plus 2?

Solution:

The statement in mathematical form using operations: 8 x 3 + 2.

Now, write 8 times 3 i.e 8 x 3 = 24.

Now plus 2 with the previous result.

i.e 24 + 2 = 26.

Therefore, 8 times 3 plus 2 is 26.

2. What will be the answer for 8 times 4 minus 6 is 22?

Solution:

The statement in mathematical form using arithmetic operations: 8 x 4 – 6 = 22?

First, write 8 times 4 i.e 8 x 4 = 32.

Now minus 6 with the previous result.

i.e 32 – 6 = 26.

Therefore, 8 times 4 minus 7 is not 22.

3. What will be the answer for 8 times 2 minus 8 is 8?

Solution:

The statement in a mathematical format using arithmetic operations: 8 x 2 – 8 = 8?

First, write 8 times 2 i.e 8 x 2 = 16.

Now minus 8 with the previous result.

i.e 16 – 8 = 8.

Therefore, 8 times 2 minus 8 is 8.

## FAQs

### 1. How is the Table of 8 Acquired?

Here is how you will obtain the 8 tables:

8 x 1 = 8
By using multiplication 8 x 2 = 16 and by using addition 8 + 8= 16.
By using multiplication 8 x 3 = 24 and by using addition 8 + 8 + 8 = 24.
and so on.

### 2. How to Write 8 Times Table in Words Format?

Here is a table of 8 in words format:

8 times 1 = 8
8 times 2 = 16
8 times 3 = 24
8 times 4 = 32
8 times 5 = 40,

8 times 6 = 48, and so on.

We hope children learned the table of 8 quickly through the above-given activities, exercises, tips, and tricks.

#### Suhana Dessai

Suhana holds a master's degree in computer and from the University of Goa. She has around 3 years of experience in various fields of writing and editing. By profession, she is a freelancer Content Writer. As an associate editor at SudivGuide, Suhana edits and ensures the articles are aligned with the website's editorial standards.