# 10 Times Table

Tricks and shortcuts for the Ten Times Table.

## The 10 Times Table

1 x **10** = 10

2 x **10** = 20

3 x ** 10** = 30

4 x

**= 40**

**10**5 x

**= 50**

**10**6 x

**= 60**

**10**7 x

**= 70**

**10**8 x

**= 80**

**10**9 x

**= 90**

**10**10 x

**= 100**

**10**11 x

**= 110**

**10**12 x

**= 120**

**10**## 10 Times Table Pattern

1 x **10** = 1**0**

2 x **10** = 2**0**

3 x **10** = 3**0**

4 x **10** = 4**0**

5 x **10** = 5**0**

6 x **10** = 6**0**

7 x **10** = 7**0**

8 x **10** = 8**0**

9 x **10** = 9**0**

10 x **10** = 10**0**

11 x **10** = 11**0**

12 x **10** = 12**0**

Multiple **Units** are always zero

## 10 Times Table Trick

Just add zero to the multiplier!**5** x **10** = ?

The multiplier is **5**

Add **0**

5 x 10 = **5****0**

* This changes the place value of all the other digits

# 10 Times Table Facts

- The
**10 times table**is the most**easy**table to learn, because all that’s needed is a zero! (This works for really big multipliers too like, 19 x 0 = 190) **Division by 10**is super easy too, just**remove zero**from the units. ( 120 divided by 10 = 12 .) It’s useful to know that when removing a zero, all the other digits are moving one place value, so tens become units and hundreds become tens.- Feeling adventurous? Why not try the hundred times table, just add two zeros! ( 12 x 100 = 1200)

## Printable 10 Times Table

A printable multiplication table with useful table tricks.

* PDF Format

Colour the 10 times table on a 100 Square

Count on 10 at a time to find each multiple.

Even better, move down one row at a time (adding **tens**)

## Practice The 10 Times Table

Print a worksheet for the 10 times table.

When you’ve mastered it, add division, the reverse operation.