Tables
This QuickQuestion Interface © is a little bit different to many of the others. You are given a table and you need to work out all the gaps using the appropriate operations.
Ideas for Teachers
This is a good quick starter to get students practising their arithmetic skills. You can choose whether to do addition, subtraction or multiplication, and the range of the numbers you want to include (between 20 and 20). This is great for practising working with negatives. Give students a time limit as well to do as many as they can to introduce a bit more of a competive element.
This is a good quick starter to get students practising their arithmetic skills. You can choose whether to do addition, subtraction or multiplication, and the range of the numbers you want to include (between 20 and 20). This is great for practising working with negatives. Give students a time limit as well to do as many as they can to introduce a bit more of a competive element.

This is an excel version of the above activity that can be used offline. It has an addition, subtraction and multiplication version. It also has worksheets ready to print with random numbers in, with 6 tables per page. All answers available as well.


A copy of the above activity that can be easily printed as a worksheet for use in class. This one requires you to allow macros when you open the file to stop it producing 0's in the tables.

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