Times Table Circuits

5-14s Active Circuits

FREE physically active 2x to 12x table video sessions, with mindfulness. Helping you provide a base level of times table fluency at school or home.

WELCOME TO Times Table Circuits

Sessions to support parents and teachers deliver great times table lessons with physical activity and mindfulness.

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WHAT ARE Times Table Circuits?

FREE video circuit training sessions to aid learners in their times tables 2–12.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Times Table Circuits are aimed at children aged 5-14

KS1: years 1-2

KS2: years 3-6

KS3: Years 7-9

to complete in their classroom or be set as home learning.

Access to Beginner Times Table Circuit videos and assessment worksheets.

Each Times Table Circuit video is approximately 10 minutes long. You may want to spend an additional 5 minutes completing the assessments before watching the video.

No, Numberfit believes that ALL children should be able to access resources to help them grasp this key skill, therefore Times Table Circuits are available completely FREE. 

If you would like to help your learners master times tables with more resources you can upgrade your subscription here.

As often as you like, but we advise practising a video every day for a week before attempting the assessment again.

Yes videos are designed for use in the classroom, you just need a smartboard or screen to display the video. Children are expected to be standing and move on the spot, this can be behind their desks with chairs tucked in.

Everything you need is provided in the subscription, you just need a screen to display the videos.

Times Table Circuits are designed and tested with a classroom full of children at school and also groups of children at home. Children need to be able to see the screen and move on the spot, such as when stood behind their desks.

There are three session levels available, as the level increases so does the pace, question difficulty and exercise difficulty.

  • Beginner: All answers are given. A slow pace of questions asked in order with simple exercises. 
  • Intermediate: Answers are not provided. A medium pace of questions asked in a mixed order with some more challenging exercises. 
  • Advanced: Answers are not provided. A fast pace with answers expected immediately, a mixed question order including division and the most challenging exercises. 

First use the assessments with your class, pupils should all start with the beginner assessment before watching any videos, once they can achieve 26/26 in under 3 minutes 30 seconds then they are ready to progress to the next level.

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‘Love this concept!’
Noreen, Teacher in Ireland
‘Everything was great, exercises were simple to do without moving furniture and everyone joined in.’
Simon, Teacher in England
‘Amazing resources! I will be using these as a way of assessing the children.’
Marcela, Teacher in England
‘The Times Table Circuits were great for gaps in the day where children could practice.’
Daniel, Teacher in England
‘My class of year 3 and year 4 pupils loved learning their tables and being active at the same time.’
Simon, Teacher in England