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Maths Games

December 2012 | Kidspot Team

Multiplication is no longer taught by the times tables drills that you may have done as a child. Your child’s ability to visualise the process that is occurring when they multiply two numbers together is important. Read on to discover some easy multiplication games that will help your child learn.

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