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4 Grids of varying complexity with all multiplications from 1x1 to 12x12.

One grid "straight through" on both columns and rows (i.e. 1-12 in order)
Two grids: one with columns going straight through and the rows mixed up and the other vice versa.
One grid with both rows and columns mixed up.

I use these as weekly challenges to my Yr 5s and 6s with children looking to either fill in more than they had the previous week or in a faster time. I have a group of very competitive boys who even take spare sheets to practice with!

You can easily differentiate further by highlighting certain rows or columns for your less able to attempt.
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Reviews

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LeahCrowe1

a month ago
5

Saved me a lot of time making one! Perfect.

dasayers

a month ago
5

Really helpful. Thank you.

clairemcF1

5 months ago
5

Thank you - you have saved me lots of time.

stgreenawaym

5 months ago
5

paulinebrookes

6 months ago
5

Very useful warm up and revision

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