# Is there a trick for 3 times tables?

## Is there a trick for 3 times tables?

There’s a clever trick you can use to find out if a number is in the 3 × table. Add up the digits of the number you want to find out about – this is called finding the digit sum. If the digit sum is 3, 6, or 9, then you know that it’s in the 3 × table. The digits are 1 and 5.

## How do you learn your times tables fast?

10 fun tips for teaching times tables effectively

1. Use times tables chanting.
2. Make times tables fun with songs and multiplication games.
3. Make use of times tables grids.
4. Use concrete resources.
5. Get active outside the classroom.
6. Use pupil’s interests to engage them with times tables.

## What 2 patterns are in the 3 times table?

The 3 Times Table

• The 3 times table starts at three and counts up in threes like so:
• The easiest way to learn the 3 times table is to remember that adding the digits of the numbers gives us the pattern of 3, 6 and then 9.
• For example, we have 3, 6 and 9.
• Next comes 12, 15 and 18, whose digits add to 3, 6 and 9.

## IS 94 in the 3 times table?

Table of 94 up to 20 is provided below. Learning the table of 94 helps children to gain a deeper understanding of multiplication, which is helpful in the long run….Table of 94 up to 10.

94 × 1 = 94 94 × 6 = 564
94 × 3 = 282 94 × 8 = 752
94 × 4 = 376 94 × 9 = 846
94 × 5 = 470 94 × 10 = 940

## What is a 3s fact?

The 3’s multiplication facts use students’ knowledge of the doubles addition facts. Students can think of a 3’s equation as “the double plus one more group.” For example, to solve the equation 3×4, think, “the double of 4 plus one more group of 4,” which equals 12.

## What is the multiply by 3 rule?

You can also use repeated addition, or adding numbers over and over again, to multiply by 3. For example, if you had the problem 3 x 2, you could add 3 two times and get the answer. So, 3 + 3 = 6 which is the same thing as 3 x 2 = 6.