Learning the multiplication times table is an important task for children to gain a strong mathematics foundation. Once children learn all the multiplication times tables from 1 to 12, it becomes much easier for them to solve any arithmetic problem. We have made some amazing 7 Times Table Chart, Display Posters and Worksheets that will help children horn their 7 times table.
The times table not only makes the maths journey stress free but is also helpful in day to day life such as counting money, dividing amounts and much more. 7 Times table is often hard to learn as it’s a prime number and it has infinite multiples but worry not we have made some amazing resources that will help your child master it within no time.
What is 7 times table?
Times tables are very important to learn as they help children in day to day life. Examples include: dividing things among multiple people, cooking gardening and much more. Practising time table daily using the time times table chart will help your child learn the times table quickly. Keep practising until the learning is secure and the child has a full grip on the topic.
We have also created a beautiful 7 times table bookmark that children can keep in their reading book and practice their times table whenever they can.
7 Time table chart:
7 Times Table Bookmark:
7 Times table to 10:
The multiplication times table to 7 include:
1 x 7 = 7
2 x 7 = 14
3 x 7 = 21
4 x 7 = 28
5 x 7 = 35
6 x 7 = 42
7 x 7 = 49
8 x 7 = 56
9 x 7 = 63
10 x 7 = 70
7 times table to 20:
The 7 times table to 20 includes
11 x 7 = 77
12 x 7 = 84
13 x 7 = 91
14 x 7 = 98
15 x 7 = 105
16 x 7 = 112
17 x 7 = 119
18 x 7 = 126
19 x 7 = 133
20 x 7 = 340
7 Times Table worksheets:
Download this lovely worksheet that will help children practice their 7 times table in a fun way.
A wonderful Free 7 times table word problems worksheet with lovely illustrations. Children will love to solve the worksheets over and over again.
Why are times tables so important?
Learning and memorising times table by heart is very important for a strong maths foundation. As children memorise all the times table, they can solve complex math problems quickly and become more fluent in their mental arithmetic. Being fluent in times table help children in their other key math concepts like addition, subtraction, division and long multiplication problems.
Mastering times table gives confidence to children in their everyday life too. For example, if you have seven 5p coins in your piggy bank. The quickest way to find out how much money you have is to times 5 by 7. Just do 5×7=30 and you will know that you have 30p in your piggy bank.
How can I practice my times table at home?
Make memorising times table fun for your child so they can learn more quickly and perform better in their maths lessons in school. There are 6 best ways to help your child practice their times table at home.
- Use flashcards to play different fun games.
- Use sticky notes to write the multiples of times table you are looking to practice. Ask your child to collect the sticky notes and put them in order.
- Some children are visual learners. Stick the multiplication chart where they can see them daily. It will also help them to memorise the times table.
- Multiplication Times table songs on YouTube.
- Recite Times tables in different voice styles. For example robot voice, posh voice etc
- Online Times games like Hit the button, would also give good practice to the children
- Bang Bang! is a fun game that two children can play together. Let children sit back to back, and the parent, says a timetable. The first to turn around to the partner and say answer with a “Bang Bang” after wins!