Times Ta­bles Ages 10–11

The Week - Junior - - On Screen -

iOS (£3.99)

Times ta­bles don’t have to be bor­ing, as this app shows. Cre­ated by An­drew Brodie – who has worked as a head teacher – it’s a good way to pol­ish your num­ber skills on an iPhone or iPad.

The app is split into three parts: learn­ing mul­ti­pli­ca­tion ta­bles, then prac­tis­ing them, and fi­nally test­ing your­self on what you’ve learned. It cov­ers the times ta­bles from two to 12. Prac­tis­ing in­volves dif­fer­ent mini-games, in­clud­ing an­swer­ing sums against the clock, and fill­ing in a num­ber grid. You can an­swer ques­tions by typ­ing or, if you pre­fer, by speak­ing into the mi­cro­phone. The app cov­ers both mul­ti­pli­ca­tion and di­vi­sion, and is based on what you’re learn­ing at school, so it is a good way to make sure you’re well pre­pared for tests.

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