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To enable students to see the relationship between 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 20, 40, 60, 80, 100, 200, 400 etc I have set each one out in a table so that each row is a times table and each column is x10 the row above (take a look and you will see what I mean). The many patterns are highly visible and allow for great discussion or can be used as a support for whichever times tables you are practicing eg print out strip of 3s for each student to stick on their desk. The colours match a system I use where each digit has a specific colour - if you don't like it CRTL-A and change the font colour to black and turn off highlighting :) Any feedback is always appreciated. Thanks C
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4 years ago

thanks<br />

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