I can recall doubles of all numbers to double 10

I can recall halves of even numbers to half of 20

I can count forwards and backwards in multiples of 10

I know by heart all multiplication facts for 10 up to 10×12

I know by heart all division facts for 10 up to 120

I can count in 10s from any number forwards & backwards

Things you can do at home to help
At every opportunity practise counting forwards and backwards in multiples of 10. You could ask your child to count or take it in turns – a game we call ‘tennis’. You say 10, they say 20, you say 30, etc.
Ask your child to use skip counting when they count. This is where they use their fingers to represent each group of 10 as they count. You can then ask them to stop and ask how many groups they have counted. This is then the multiplication fact. For example, count, 10, 20, 30, 40. Your child should display 4 fingers. You can then encourage your child to say: four groups of 10 is 40. 10 x 2 = 20. This activity can then lead onto your child knowing their 10 times table facts, where you can ask ‘quickfire’ questions: What is 6 x 10? 7 x 10? 12 x 10? 10 x 10?

Links to games that will help