In year 3 we have been learning about our 4 and 8 times tables. Who knows how to get from the 4 to the 8 times table? Watch our video and see if you can find out!

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**CHALLENGE 1**

Times table challenge: See how many times tables you can do in 1 minute!

**CHALLENGE 2**

Mr Wilson and the other Year 3 teachers are having a party. They want to have at least 2 drinks each and 4 pieces of cake each. If there are 6 teachers, how many drinks do they need to prepare and how many pieces of cake do they need?

**CHALLENGE 3**

How many pieces of cake would they need if Mr Patel came too?

1×4=4

2×4=8

3×4=12

I am going to do my 2 times table

2,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24,26,28,30,32,34,36,38,40,42,44,46,48,50

I have done 9 this is 4x table 4,8,12,16,20,24,28,32,34,38,41,46,50

Hi Zavian,please try counting in 4’s again and see if you can spot a mistake.

Well done everyone, now start practicing 8 times table.

For 1 minute I wrote to 4×6, but I could tell to 12×4 in 1 minute.

If the 3 class teachers were 6 they will need 12 drinks and 24 cakes. If Mr. Patel comes the teachers will need 28 cakes.

Great work 3 Red, why not have another go and see if you can get even more correct in 1 minute next time!

1×4=4

2×4=8

3×4=12

4×4=16

5×4=20

I have done 4x table.

Challeng 1

I have done ten of my times table

I got up to 11×4

I got 12

You will have 4 more drinks and 2 more cakes

You will. Have 7

I have done 10

At least 8 or less

They need 12