9 times table
Welcome to the 9 times table pageThis is where you can practise your 9 times table. You can practise the 9 times table in sequence and once you have got the hang of that you can make it a bit harder by practising the sums up in random order. If you want to practise the 9 times table against the clock, you can of course take the speed test. If you want to practise at your leisure, we suggest you print out the 9 times table worksheet and practise with that. The 9 times table is a tricky table. What often helps is to use the tables you know well for answering the sums in the harder tables. One example of this is 6 x 9, which is often said to be tricky. If you do 5 x 9 first and then add 1 x 9 it is suddenly easier to answer. You can do this the other way round too. With 4 x 9 you can do 5 x 9 first then subtract 1 x 9.
1. In sequence
Fill in your answers. Once you have entered all the answers, click on ‘Check’ to see whether you have got them all right! If you got all the answers right, practice the 9 times table shuffled in random order.
Practice the 9 times table shuffled. Fill in all answers and press 'check' to see how many you got right.
3. Multiple choice
4. Tables Diploma
Print 9 times table worksheet
Click on the worksheet to view it in a larger format. For the 9 times table worksheet you can choose between three different sorts of exercise. In the first exercise you have to draw a line from the sum to the correct answer. In the second exercise you have to enter the missing number to complete the sum correctly. In the third exercise you have to answer the sums which have been shuffled.
Description of the 9 times table
This is where you can practice the 9 times table by entering all the answers and then checking how many you got right. There are various ways the tables can be practiced. You are now on the 9 times table page where multiplication calculations can be practiced in sequence. Once you have mastered the table in sequence you can practice the sums in random order. You can learn the tables on a PC, tablet, iPad or mobile phone. You learn this table in year 4 maths.