Learn Its Number Facts.
Includes Every Times Table

Simplicity lies at the heart of everything we do in Big Maths. So, when we started to think about how we could ensure every child knew their times tables by the age of ten, we knew we had to think outside the box.

Big Maths takes the 144 times table facts and reduces them to just 78. You can do this because the Big Maths learning steps lay the foundation needed for children to recognise that 2 x 7 is the same as 7 x 2; It’s Nothing New. We also include 36 addition facts going up to 9 + 9.

Just Learn It.
Fun, Engaging, Empowering Assessment.

The Beat That! Challenges are the assessment spine of Big Maths and it is broken down into three areas. One is solely focused on acquiring times tables, basic calculations and number bonds. We call this section Learn Its because that’s what they need to do; Just Learn It.

Children love Big Maths. Our Big Maths Beat That! Challenges are unique in their approach to challenging knowledge. By encouraging a child to focus on their own progress and guiding them to focus on beating their best ever score, you will increase the enjoyment of maths whilst also finding out what they can and can’t do.

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Marking is Finished.
It’s the 21st Century.

Our CLIC and Learn Its Challenges can be completed online, making them easy to complete and taking away the need to mark. The children’s scores are automatically saved into the system and teachers can easily access their results. The Learn Its Challenge page has been designed to ensure children can answer the question as quickly as possible. The faster they can answer it, the better.

For schools that aren’t technically able yet, we have you covered. You can print the challenges and input pupil scores in our quick and easy data input area.

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Termly Progression.
A Comprehensive Approach to Times Tables.

Big Maths introduces children to times tables gradually and in line with your curriculum. A new set of Learn Its are shared between teachers, parents and children at the start of every term so that they can be learnt and embedded by the end of it. It starts with 1 + 1 and 2 + 2 and ends with an ultimate challenge of all the number facts they have learnt at the age of 10.

This approach to learning times tables, and other number facts, gives teachers the confidence that every times table fact will be acquired by the age of ten and that a child has everything they need to apply these times table facts to other areas of maths.