Tables Grab

Player 1

0

Use the following keys:

'W' to move up.
'S' to move down.
'A' to move left
'D' to move right.


This is a game for two players (the player names are editable). First choose the times table you want to practice by clicking a link below. The idea is to then find the multiples in the correct order by moving the token over the multiple before the other player does.

84
4
30
52
90
12
37
107
94
138
132
26
2
133
23
58
64
54
68
65
61
100
21
34
105
95
50
46
60
142
118
39
78
49
44
106
6
11
47
76
40
43
29
82
51
36
122
144
92
143
33
57
91
53
129
136
73
7
111
75
123
9
3
10
116
115
117
24
88
89
127
13
112
1
93
80
98
77
102
45
59
62
8
15
55
5
101
22
97
114
126
16
125
31
14
32
110
48
19
41
113
124
74
17
108
72
71
139
56
18
121
128
20
69
85
70
141
86
109
63
131
119
67
38
137
28
87
27
99
66
25
134
35
120
140
42
104
130
135
103
83
81
79
96

Player 2

0

Use the arrow keys or the number pad on the right of the keyboard.


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Use the buttons above to select the times table most in need of practice. Your mission is then to find all the multiples in the correct order by moving the tokens over the grid.

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