Very simple to navigate for students who show difficulty with the implementation of a basic times table.
3 Images: Original Color Coded Table, Black Background Table with Same Color Coding, and Original Table with a Blank Grid
Color coding, thicker grid lines, and different fonts specifically created for students that may have trouble following their fingers accurately, or for students with visual impairments.
Photos are very high quality, so they can be printed as small handouts for individual student desks, large handouts when introducing multiplication tables, or placed on a large poster or SMART document to model its use.
Lightning bolts are placed next to square numbers to encourage memorization, or to begin to foster connections to what makes a number a square number.
These tables have shown to be very effective in easing a lot of frustrations for students with access to a multiplication table listed as a need in their IEPs in my classroom.
Use for Black Background Image: same easy-to-navigate format, but a black background and the numbers are color coded instead of the background. Perfect for giving students a choice based on their personal preference.
Use for Blank Original Image: Great way to assess student ability to recall their multiplication facts through 12. Can be placed on the SMART board and filled out as students fill out their own on a printed handout. Can also be used for students struggling with specific multiplication facts by only filling out those they struggle with.