Studies have shown and continues to prove that, if we allow our children to use calculator indiscriminately, the brain will deteriorate and results in increased mathematical illiteracy.
It is too hard to put the whole table into your memory at once. So, learn it in "chunks". Playing games is always a really effective way of learning.
Magic Times Tables, helps your child to memorize Tables with more fun and joy, engages them in activity-based learning. Playing this beautiful game, you'll soon know your times tables inside out. Answer the questions as fast as you can, but try not to get any penalties. At the end of the game you will be shown your score with Five-star ratings and awarded a Crown for users above 90%.
10x is maybe the easiest of them all. just put a zero after it. 10×2=20, 10×3=30, 10×4=40, etc.
5× has a pattern: 5, 10, 15, 20, etc. It always ends in either a 0 or a 5.
2× is just doubling the number. The same as adding the number to itself.
11× is mostly easy: from 11×2 to 11×9, you just put the two digits together. 11×2=22, 11×3=33, 11×9=99.
In fact, it is like half of the table is a mirror image of the other.
Your life will be a lot easier when you can simply remember the multiplication tables.
Use this software a few times a day for about 10 minutes each, and you will learn your tables.