At its heart Times Too provides a simple, progressive set of stages that help guide a child through learning their tables. Starting in early years with 5s and 10s, the process takes them through standard questions, then commutative and division facts, moving on to the rest of the tables. Times Too provides a fun environment for a child to practise their tables – both their existing knowledge and what they are currently learning. Teachers choose when a child is ready to take a test before moving onto the next stage. As children practise, Times Too constantly teaches new facts and concepts, using images and graphics to reinforce this new learning.
The site engages children through the use of simple games and challenges that are all times table based, actively encouraging them to practise and learn.
In school, Times Too can provide reports for teachers and school leaders to see how children are progressing with their tables as they move through the school. It also personalises a child’s practice session, tailoring the questions to address areas that need strengthening as well as providing learning aids to guide and assist when a child gets a question wrong.
Times Too provides email newsletters to parents telling them how their children are doing and how they can help support the teaching in school by using the same language and methods at home. Children can also practise at home, giving them even more opportunity to learn to love times tables!
We’ve designed it to be simple, both for teachers to set up and use and for children to practise and be tested. After all, there’s nothing wrong with doing one simple thing and doing it right!
Behind that simplicity though lies a full set of features that provide an effective way for children to learn and improve their multiplication skills.
We want to encourage and promote learning for times tables, so we’ve developed a pricing plan that allows you to use Times Too with a single class for free and then charges just £10 per month when you want to use it with more than one class. So, you can try it out for free and upgrade when you’re ready.