# Represent the 10 times table in different ways

I can represent the 10 times table in different ways.

# Represent the 10 times table in different ways

I can represent the 10 times table in different ways.

## Lesson details

### Key learning points

- The 10 times table can be represented in different ways with groups of 10
- The 10 times table can be recorded as skip counting in 10 on a number line.
- The number of counts is one of the factors and the skip size of 10 is the other factor.
- The 10 times table can be represented using multiplication equations.

### Common misconception

Children may struggle to count in multiples of 10s and recognise this as groups of 10

Use of concrete resources: 10 frame and 10 p coins can support children to practise skip counting in 10s. Then move onto counting in 10s on a number line.

### Keywords

Skip count - Counting in steps of equal size. For example, skip counting in twos means to count in equal steps of two.

Factor - A factor is a number which exactly divides another whole number.

Product - A product is the result of two or more numbers multiplied together.

### Licence

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