## Player 1

0

Use the following keys:

'W' to move up.
'S' to move down.
'A' to move left
'D' to move right.

This is a game for two players (the player names are editable). First choose the times table you want to practice by clicking a link below. The idea is to then find the multiples in the correct order by moving the token over the multiple before the other player does.

17
58
7
73
56
11
140
31
33
84
91
45
36
46
14
88
37
21
66
50
43
18
69
81
113
102
3
10
75
52
35
131
87
23
101
124
12
48
5
51
92
29
83
1
76
138
27
59
122
26
125
64
20
67
24
141
112
128
22
74
78
41
16
121
72
28
143
129
79
8
62
120
103
96
85
133
109
107
93
134
132
25
57
89
100
9
15
136
13
144
53
126
2
108
98
6
30
70
111
139
68
40
142
38
49
86
116
110
55
99
123
97
114
119
137
32
42
94
71
115
105
117
80
19
82
47
130
118
95
44
34
127
90
54
135
65
39
63
77
104
60
4
106
61

## Player 2

0

Use the arrow keys or the number pad on the right of the keyboard.

Correct

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There is nothing wrong with having a little bit of fun while revising times table facts. This game has been produced to provide a little excitement while you race to find multiples of 3. It is great fun for either one or two players. It makes a nice starting or finishing activity for a Mathematics lesson.

Use the buttons above to select the times table most in need of practice. Your mission is then to find all the multiples in the correct order by moving the tokens over the grid.

When all the multiples have been found a trophy is available. If two people have been playing the game, the player who found the most multiples can claim the trophy.

This game should provide light relief from your serious studies and learning the times tables. It is just one of the activities recommended to help your mental Mathematics. Go to our main Times Tables page to see some of the other activities we suggest you should try. The learning is most effective if you do these activities for ten or fifteen minutes each day. Here are some activities you could enjoy right now:

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