Numeracy Skills_Times Tables_Jumping Game
A popular game for indoors or out to learn the times tables
 
A very physical game suitable for children to learn the times tables.  Allow about fifteen minutes for this lesson.  'Jumping Game' is particularly helpful to dyspraxics but also those who find it nearly impossible to remember the times tables.  The Jumping Game is richly multi-sensory, involving the whole body.  This game is suitable for use in any language.  You will receive by e-mail a two-page PDF to print which contains full instructions for this lesson. 


 
 
Numeracy Skills_Times Tables_Ball Game
An active game which also improves motor-coordination skills
 
This is a fun game suitable for children and teenagers to learn the times tables.  Allow about fifteen minutes for this lesson.  'Ball Game' is basically a form of auditory learning and therefore helpful to dyslexics and dyspraxics.  This game can be played just about anywhere and is a great way to learn and to revise the times tables.  It is suitable for use in any language.  You will receive by e-mail a two-page PDF to print which contains full instructions for this lesson. 

 
 
Numeracy Skills_Times Tables_Tennis Game
Enjoy revising the times tables you have learnt
 
This game is suitable for children and teenagers to revise times tables they have already learnt.  Allow about fifteen minutes for this lesson.  The Tennis Game is a quick game which encourages the dyslexic or dyspraxic to revise a times-tables sequence independently.  This is a very helpful game to play before a test.  The Tennis Game is ideal for playing outside.  This game is suitable for use in any language.  You will receive by e-mail a one-page PDF to print which contains full instructions for this lesson.