## Multiplication Facts Worksheets

Welcome to the multiplication facts worksheets page at Math-Drills.com! On this page, you will find Multiplication worksheets for practicing multiplication facts at various levels and in a variety of formats. This is our most popular page due to the wide variety of worksheets for multiplication available. Or it could be that learning multiplication facts and multiplication strategies are essential to many topics in mathematics beyond third grade math.

Learning multiplication facts to the point of quick recall should be a goal for all students and will serve them well in their math studies. Multiplication facts are actually easier to learn than you might think. First of all, it is only essential to learn the facts from 1 to 9. Somewhere along the way students can learn that anything multiplied by zero is zero. Hopefully, that is an easy one. Students also need to learn to multiply by ten as a precursor to learning how to multiply other powers of ten. After those three skills are learned, everything else is long multiplication. Multiplying by 11 is actually two-digit multiplication. Now, learning fact tables of 11 and beyond will do no harm to those students who are keen and able to learn these things quickly, and it might help them figure out how many eggs are in a gross faster than anyone else, but keep it simple for those students who struggle a bit more.

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## Multiplication Facts Tables

The multiplication tables with individual questions include a separate box for each number. In each box, the single number is multiplied by every other number with each question on one line. The tables may be used for various purposes such as introducing the multiplication tables, skip counting, as a lookup table, patterning activities, and memorizing.

- Multiplication Facts Tables from 1 to 12 Multiplication Facts Tables in Gray 1 to 12 Multiplication Facts Tables in Gray 1 to 12 (Answers Omitted) Multiplication Facts Tables in Color 1 to 12 Multiplication Facts Tables in Color 1 to 12 (Answers Omitted) Multiplication Facts Tables in Montessori Colors 1 to 12 Multiplication Facts Tables in Montessori Colors 1 to 12 (Answers Omitted)
- Multiplication Facts Tables from 0 to 11 Multiplication Facts Tables in Gray 0 to 11 Multiplication Facts Tables in Gray 0 to 11 (Answers Omitted) Multiplication Facts Tables in Color 0 to 11 Multiplication Facts Tables in Color 0 to 11 (Answers Omitted) Multiplication Facts Tables in Montessori Colors 0 to 11 Multiplication Facts Tables in Montessori Colors 0 to 11 (Answers Omitted)
- Multiplication Facts Tables from 13 to 24 Multiplication Facts Tables in Gray 13 to 24 Multiplication Facts Tables in Gray 13 to 24 (Answers Omitted) Multiplication Facts Tables in Color 13 to 24 Multiplication Facts Tables in Color 13 to 24 (Answers Omitted)

The compact multiplication tables are basically lookup charts. To look up a multiplication fact, find the first factor in the column header and the second factor in the row headers; then use straight edges, your fingers or your eyes to find where the column and row intersect to get the product. These tables are better than the previous tables for finding patterns, but they can be used in similar ways. Each PDF includes a filled out table page and a blank table page. The blank tables can be used for practice or assessment. You might also make a game out of it, such as "Pin the Fact on the Table" (a play on Pin the Tail on the Donkey). Students are given a product (answer) and they pin it on an enlarged version or the table (photocopier enlargement, interactive whiteboard, overhead projector, etc.). Paper-saving versions with multiple tables per page are included. The left-handed versions of the multiplication tables recognize that students who use their left hands might block the row headings on the right-handed versions.

- Compact Multiplication Facts Tables from 1 to 7 Multiplication Table to 49 (1 Filled and 1 Blank) Multiplication Table to 49 (9 Filled and 9 Blank) Left-Handed Multiplication Table to 49 (1 Filled and 1 Blank) Left-Handed Multiplication Table to 49 (9 Filled and 9 Blank)
- Compact Multiplication Facts Tables from 1 to 9 Multiplication Table to 81 (1 Filled and 1 Blank) Multiplication Table to 81 (6 Filled and 6 Blank) Left-Handed Multiplication Table to 81 (1 Filled and 1 Blank) Left-Handed Multiplication Table to 81 (6 Filled and 6 Blank)
- Compact Multiplication Facts Tables from 1 to 10 Multiplication Table to 100 (1 Filled and 1 Blank) Multiplication Table to 100 (6 Filled and 6 Blank) Left-Handed Multiplication Table to 100 (1 Filled and 1 Blank) Left-Handed Multiplication Table to 100 (6 Filled and 6 Blank)
- Compact Multiplication Facts Tables from 1 to 12 Multiplication Table to 144 (1 Filled and 1 Blank) Multiplication Table to 144 (4 Filled and 4 Blank) Left-Handed Multiplication Table to 144 (1 Filled and 1 Blank) Left-Handed Multiplication Table to 144 (4 Filled and 4 Blank)

## Five Minute Multiplication Frenzies

Five minute frenzy charts are 10 by 10 grids that are used for multiplication fact practice (up to 12 x 12) and improving recall speed. They are very much like compact multiplication tables, but all the numbers are mixed up, so students are unable to use skip counting to fill them out. In each square, students write the product of the column number and the row number. They try to complete the chart in a set time with an accuracy goal (such as less than five minutes and score 98 percent or better).

It is important to note here that you should NOT have students complete five minute frenzies if they don't already know all of the multiplication facts that appear on them. If you want them to participate with the rest of the class, cross off the rows and columns that they don't know and have them complete a modified version. Remember, these charts are for practice and improving recall, not a teaching tool by itself.

Students who write with their left hands may cover the row headings on the right-handed versions, so the left-handed versions have the row headings on the other side.

- Multiplication Frenzies from 0 to 9 Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 0 to 9 ( 1 Chart Per Page) Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 0 to 9 ( 4 Charts Per Page) Left-Handed Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 0 to 9 ( 1 Chart Per Page) Left-Handed Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 0 to 9 ( 4 Charts Per Page)
- Multiplication Frenzies from 1 to 10 Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 1 to 10 ( 1 Chart Per Page) Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 1 to 10 ( 4 Charts Per Page) Left-Handed Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 1 to 10 ( 1 Chart Per Page) Left-Handed Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 1 to 10 ( 4 Charts Per Page)
- Multiplication Frenzies from 2 to 12 Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 2 to 12 ( 1 Chart Per Page) Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 2 to 12 ( 4 Charts Per Page) Left-Handed Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 2 to 12 ( 1 Chart Per Page) Left-Handed Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 2 to 12 ( 4 Charts Per Page)
- Multiplication Frenzies from 5 to 15 Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 5 to 15 ( 1 Chart Per Page) Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 5 to 15 ( 4 Charts Per Page) Left-Handed Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 5 to 15 ( 1 Chart Per Page) Left-Handed Multiplication Frenzy with Factors from 5 to 15 ( 4 Charts Per Page)

## Multiplication Facts up to the 7 Times Table

This section includes math worksheets for practicing multiplication facts to from 0 to 49. There are two worksheets in this section that include all of the possible questions exactly once on each page: the 49 question worksheet with no zeros and the 64 question worksheet with zeros. All others either contain all the possible questions plus some repeats or a unique subset of the possible questions.

- Multiplication Facts up to the 7 Times Table (No Zeros) Multiplication Facts to 49 ( 100 Questions) ( No Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 49 ( 50 Questions ) ( No Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 49 ( 49 Questions) ( No Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 49 ( 25 Questions ) ( No Zeros ) ✎
- Multiplication Facts up to the 7 Times Table (With Zeros) Multiplication Facts to 49 ( 100 Questions) ( With Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 49 ( 64 Questions) ( With Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 49 ( 50 Questions ) ( With Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 49 ( 25 Questions ) ( With Zeros ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts up to the 5 Times Table Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 25 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 25 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 25 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts up to the 6 Times Table Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 36 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 36 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 36 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts up to the 7 Times Table Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 49 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 49 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 49 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎

When a student first learns multiplication facts, try not to overwhelm them with the entire multiplication table. The following worksheets include one row of the facts in order with the target digit on the bottom and one row with the target digit on the top. The remaining rows include each of the facts once, but the target digit is randomly placed on the top or the bottom and the facts are randomly mixed on each row.

- Multiplying (1 to 7) by Individual Facts Multiplying (1 to 7) by 1 ✎ Multiplying (1 to 7) by 2 ✎ Multiplying (1 to 7) by 3 ✎ Multiplying (1 to 7) by 4 ✎ Multiplying (1 to 7) by 5 ✎ Multiplying (1 to 7) by 6 ✎ Multiplying (1 to 7) by 7 ✎
- Multiplying (0 to 7) by Individual Facts Multiplying (0 to 7) by 0 ✎ Multiplying (0 to 7) by 1 ✎ Multiplying (0 to 7) by 2 ✎ Multiplying (0 to 7) by 3 ✎ Multiplying (0 to 7) by 4 ✎ Multiplying (0 to 7) by 5 ✎ Multiplying (0 to 7) by 6 ✎ Multiplying (0 to 7) by 7 ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by Individual Facts (100 Questions per page) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 1 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 2 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 3 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 4 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 5 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 6 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 7 ( 100 Questions ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by Individual Facts (50 Questions per page) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 1 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 2 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 3 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 4 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 5 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 6 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 7 ( 50 Questions ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by Individual Facts (25 Questions per page) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 1 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 2 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 3 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 4 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 5 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 6 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 7) by 7 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎
- Multiplying Doubles Multiplying Doubles up to 7 x 7

## Multiplication Facts up to the 9 Times Table

This section includes math worksheets for practicing multiplication facts from 0 to 81. There are three worksheets (marked with *) in this section that include all of the possible questions in the specified range exactly once on each page: the 64 question worksheet with no zeros or ones, the 81 question worksheet with no zeros, and the 100 question worksheet with zeros. All others either contain all the possible questions plus some repeats or a unique subset of the possible questions.

- Multiplication Facts up to the 9 Times Table (No Zeros or Ones) Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 100 Questions) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 81 Questions) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎ *Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 64 Questions) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 50 Questions ) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 25 Questions ) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎
- Multiplication Facts up to the 9 Times Table (No Zeros) Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 100 Questions) ( No Zeros ) ✎ *Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 81 Questions) ( No Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 50 Questions ) ( No Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 25 Questions ) ( No Zeros ) ✎
- Multiplication Facts up to the 9 Times Table (With Zeros) *Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 100 Questions) ( With Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 81 Questions) ( With Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 50 Questions ) ( With Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 81 ( 25 Questions ) ( With Zeros ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts up to the 8 Times Table Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 64 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 64 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 64 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts up to the 9 Times Table Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 81 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 81 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts with Products to 81 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎

When learning multiplication facts, it is useful to have each fact isolated on a set of practice questions to help reinforce the individual fact. The following worksheets isolate each fact. These worksheets can be used as practice sheets, assessment sheets, or in conjunction with another teaching strategy such as manipulative use.

- Multiplying (1 to 9) by Individual Facts (81 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 9) by 0 ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 1 ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 2 ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 3 ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 4 ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 5 ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 6 ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 7 ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 8 ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 9 ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (3 and 4) ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (4 and 5) ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (5 and 6) ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (6 and 7) ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (7 and 8) ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (8 and 9) ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (6 to 8) ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (7 to 9) ( 81 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (6 to 9) ( 81 Questions) ✎
- Multiplying (2 to 9) by Individual Facts (100 Questions per Page) Multiplying (2 to 9) by (6 to 8) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (2 to 9) by (7 to 9) ( 100 Questions) ✎
- Multiplying (1 to 9) by Individual Facts (36 Questions per Page; Large Print) Multiplying (1 to 9) by 0 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 1 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 2 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 3 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 4 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 5 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 6 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 7 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 8 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by 9 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (6 and 7) ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (7 and 8) ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (8 and 9) ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (6 to 8) ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (7 to 9) ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 9) by (6 to 9) ( 36 Questions) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (0 to 9) by Individual Facts (100 Questions per Page) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 0 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 1 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 2 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 3 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 4 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 5 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 6 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 7 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 8 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 9 ( 100 Questions) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (0 to 9) by Individual Facts (50 Questions per Page) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 0 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 1 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 2 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 3 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 4 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 5 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 6 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 7 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 8 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 9 ( 50 Questions ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (0 to 9) by Individual Facts (25 Questions per Page; Large Print) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 0 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 1 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 2 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 3 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 4 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 5 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 6 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 7 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 8 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 9 ) by 9 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎
- Multiplying Doubles Multiplying Doubles up to 9 x 9

Some students are a little more motivated when learning is turned into a game. Multiplication bingo encourages students to recall multiplication facts in an environment of competition.

- Multiplication Bingo Game Multiplication Bingo Cards for Facts 1 to 9 Multiplication Bingo Facts 1 to 9 Teacher Call Cards

## Multiplication Facts up to the 10 Times Table

Multiplying by 10 is often a lesson itself, but here we have included it with the other facts. Students usually learn how to multiply by 10 fairly quickly, so this section really is not a whole lot more difficult than the multiplication facts to 81 section.

- Multiplication Facts up to the 10 Times Table (No Zeros or Ones) Multiplication Facts to 100 ( 100 Questions) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎ *Multiplication Facts to 100 ( 81 Questions) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 100 ( 50 Questions ) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 100 ( 25 Questions ) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎
- Multiplication Facts up to the 10 Times Table (No Zeros) *Multiplication Facts to 100 ( 100 Questions) ( No Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 100 ( 50 Questions ) ( No Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 100 ( 25 Questions ) ( No Zeros ) ✎
- Multiplication Facts up to the 10 Times Table (With Zeros) Multiplication Facts to 100 ( 100 Questions) ( With Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 100 ( 50 Questions ) ( With Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 100 ( 25 Questions ) ( With Zeros ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts up to the 10 Times Table Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts to 10 × 10 = 100 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts to 10 × 10 = 100 ( 50 Questions ) ✎

Some students find it easier to focus on one multiplication fact at a time. These multiplication worksheets include some repetition, of course, as there is only one thing to multiply by. Once students practice a few times, these facts will probably get stuck in their heads for life. Some of the later versions include a range of focus numbers. In those cases, each question will randomly have one of the focus numbers in question. For example, if the range is 6 to 8, the question might include a 6, 7 or 8 or more than one depending on which other factor was chosen for the second factor.

- Multiplying (1 to 10) by Individual Facts (100 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 10) by 0 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 1 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 2 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 3 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 4 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 5 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 6 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 7 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 8 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 9 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 10 ( 100 Questions) ✎
- Multiplying (1 to 10) by Ranges Individual Facts (100 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 10) by (6 and 7) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (7 and 8) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (8 and 9) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (9 and 10) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (6 to 8) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (7 to 9) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (8 to 10) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying Doubles (aka Squares) from (1 to 10) ( 100 Questions)
- Multiplying (1 to 10) by Individual Facts (50 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 10) by 0 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 1 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 2 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 3 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 4 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 5 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 6 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 7 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 8 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 9 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 10 ( 50 Questions ) ✎
- Multiplying (1 to 10) by Ranges of Individual Facts (50 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 10) by (6 and 7) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (7 and 8) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (8 and 9) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (9 and 10) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (6 to 8) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (7 to 9) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (8 to 10) ( 50 Questions ) ✎
- Multiplying (1 to 10) by Individual Facts (36 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 10) by 0 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 1 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 2 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 3 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 4 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 5 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 6 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 7 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 8 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 9 ( 36 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by 10 ( 36 Questions) ✎
- Multiplying (1 to 10) by Ranges of Individual Facts (42 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 10) by (6 and 7) ( 42 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (7 and 8) ( 42 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (8 and 9) ( 42 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (9 and 10) ( 42 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (6 to 8) ( 42 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (7 to 9) ( 42 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (8 to 10) ( 42 Questions) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by Individual Facts (100 Questions per Page) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 1 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 2 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 3 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 4 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 5 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 6 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 7 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 8 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 9 ( 100 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 10 ( 100 Questions ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by Individual Facts (50 Questions per Page) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 1 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 2 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 3 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 4 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 5 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 6 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 7 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 8 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 9 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 10 ( 50 Questions ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by Individual Facts (25 Questions per Page; Large Print) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 1 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 2 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 3 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 4 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 5 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 6 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 7 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 8 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 9 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 10) by 10 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎

If a student is learning their times tables one at a time, these worksheets will help with practice and assessment along the way. Each one increases the range for the second factor.

- Multiplying (1 to 10) by Increasing Ranges of Individual Facts (100 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 and 2) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 3) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 4) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 5) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 6) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 7) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 8) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 9) ( 100 Questions) ✎
- Multiplying (1 to 10) by Increasing Ranges of Individual Facts (50 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 and 2) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 3) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 4) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 5) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 6) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 7) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 8) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 10) by (1 to 9) ( 50 Questions ) ✎
- Multiplying Doubles Multiplying Doubles up to 10 x 10

## Multiplication Facts up to the 12 Times Table

The Holy Grail of elementary mathematics. Once you learn your twelve times table, it is smooth sailing from now on, right? Well, not exactly, but having a good mental recall of the multiplication facts up to 144 will certainly set you on the right path for future success in your math studies.

- Multiplication Facts up to the 12 Times Table (No Zeros or Ones) Multiplication Facts to 144 ( 100 Questions) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 144 ( 50 Questions ) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 144 ( 25 Questions ) ( No Zeros or Ones ) ✎
- Multiplication Facts up to the 12 Times Table (No Zeros) Multiplication Facts to 144 ( 100 Questions) ( No Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 144 ( 50 Questions ) ( No Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 144 ( 25 Questions ) ( No Zeros ) ✎
- Multiplication Facts up to the 12 Times Table (With Zeros) Multiplication Facts to 144 ( 100 Questions) ( With Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 144 ( 50 Questions ) ( With Zeros ) ✎ Multiplication Facts to 144 ( 25 Questions ) ( With Zeros ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts up to the 11 Times Table Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts to 11 × 11 = 121 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts to 11 × 11 = 121 ( 50 Questions ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts up to the 12 Times Table Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts to 12 × 12 = 144 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplication Facts to 12 × 12 = 144 ( 50 Questions ) ✎

With one, two or three target numbers at a time, students are able to practice just the multiplication facts they need.

- Multiplying (1 to 12) by Individual Facts (100 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 12) By 0 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 1 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 2 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 3 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 4 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 5 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 6 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 7 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 8 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 9 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 10 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 11 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 12 ( 100 Questions) ✎
- Multiplying (1 to 12) by RAnges of Individual Facts (100 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 12) By (0 and 1) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (6 and 7) ( 100 Questions) Multiplying (1 to 12) By (7 and 8) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (8 and 9) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (9 and 10) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (10 and 11) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (11 and 12) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (6, 7 and 8) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (7, 8 and 9) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (8, 9 and 10) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (9, 10 and 11) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (10, 11 and 12) ( 100 Questions) ✎
- Multiplying (1 to 12) by Individual Facts (50 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 12) By 0 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 1 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 2 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 3 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 4 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 5 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 6 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 7 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 8 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 9 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 10 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 11 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By 12 ( 50 Questions ) ✎
- Multiplying (1 to 12) by Ranges of Individual Facts (50 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 12) By (6 and 7) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (7 and 8) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (8 and 9) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (9 and 10) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (10 and 11) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (11 and 12) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (6, 7 and 8) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (7, 8 and 9) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (8, 9 and 10) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (9, 10 and 11) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) By (10, 11 and 12) ( 50 Questions ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (0 to 12) by Individual Facts (100 Questions per Page) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 0 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 1 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 2 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 3 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 4 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 5 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 6 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 7 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 8 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 9 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 10 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 11 ( 100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 12 ( 100 Questions) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (0 to 12) by Individual Facts (50 Questions per Page) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 0 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 1 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 2 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 3 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 4 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 5 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 6 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 7 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 8 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 9 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 10 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 11 ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 12 ( 50 Questions ) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (0 to 12) by Individual Facts (25 Questions per Page; Large Print) Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 0 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 1 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 2 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 3 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 4 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 5 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 6 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 7 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 8 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 9 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 10 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 11 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying ( 0 to 12 ) by 12 ( 25 Questions ; Large Print) ✎

In the following multiplication worksheets, the facts are grouped into anchor groups.

- Multiplying (1 to 12) by Anchor Facts (Commonly Grouped Facts) Multiplying by Anchor Facts 0, 1, 2, 5 and 10 Multiplying by Facts 3, 4 and 6 Multiplying by Facts 7, 8 and 9 Multiplying by Facts 11 and 12 Multiplying by Facts 0 to 5 and 10 Multiplying by Facts 0 to 7 and 10 Multiplying by Facts 0 to 10
- Multiplying (1 to 12) by Increasing Ranges of Individual Facts (100 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 5) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 6) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 7) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 8) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 9) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 10) ( 100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 11) ( 100 Questions) ✎
- Multiplying (1 to 12) by Increasing Ranges of Individual Facts (50 Questions per Page) Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 5) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 6) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 7) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 8) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 9) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 10) ( 50 Questions ) ✎ Multiplying (1 to 12) by (1 to 11) ( 50 Questions ) ✎

On the following multiplication worksheets, the questions are in order and might be useful for students to remember their times tables or to help them with skip counting.

- Repetitive Multiplying of Individual Facts by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 1 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 2 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 3 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 4 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 5 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 6 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 7 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 8 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 9 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 10 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 11 by (1 to 12) Repetitive Multiplying of 12 by (1 to 12)
- Multiplying Doubles Multiplying Doubles up to 12 x 12

## Multiplication Facts beyond the 12 Times Table

It is quite likely that there are students who have mastered all of the multiplication facts up to the 12 times tables. In case they want/need an extra challenge, this sections includes multiplication facts worksheets above 12 with the expectation that students will use mental math or recall to calculate the answers.

- Multiplying with Increasing Upper Range Factors from 13 to 20 Multiplying with Factors 2 to 13 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying with Factors 2 to 14 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying with Factors 2 to 15 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying with Factors 5 to 15 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying with Factors 5 to 16 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying with Factors 5 to 17 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying with Factors 5 to 18 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying with Factors 5 to 19 (100 Questions) ✎ Multiplying with Factors 5 to 20 (100 Questions) ✎
- Multiplying by Individual Facts from 13 to 25 Multiplying by 13 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 14 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 15 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 16 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 17 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 18 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 19 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 20 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 21 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 22 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 23 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 24 (49 Questions) ✎ Multiplying by 25 (49 Questions) ✎

Expand your mental math abilities by learning multiplication facts beyond the twelve times tables with these worksheets. They are horizontally arranged, so you won't be tempted to use an algorithm. Even if you can't recall all these facts yet, you can still figure them out using the distributive property. Let's say you want to multiply 19 by 19, that could be (10 × 19) + (9 × 19). Too hard? How about (10 × 10) + (10 × 9) + (9 × 10) + (9 × 9)! Or just remember that 19 × 19 = 361 :)

- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Increasing Upper Range Factors from 13 to 25 Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 1 to 13 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 1 to 14 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 1 to 15 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 2 to 16 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 2 to 17 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 2 to 18 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 2 to 19 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 2 to 20 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 5 to 21 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 5 to 22 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 5 to 23 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 5 to 24 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying with Factors 5 to 25 (100 Questions) ✎
- Horizontally Arranged Multiplying by Individual Facts from 13 to 25 Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 13) by 13 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 14) by 14 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 15) by 15 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 16) by 16 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 17) by 17 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 18) by 18 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 19) by 19 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 20) by 20 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 21) by 21 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 22) by 22 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 23) by 23 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 24) by 24 (100 Questions) ✎ Horizontally Arranged Multiplying (1 to 25) by 25 (100 Questions) ✎
- Multiplying Doubles Multiplying Doubles up to 15 x 15 Multiplying Doubles up to 20 x 20

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For extra practice, we’ve provided several free printable times table charts below! These times table practice sheets are available (for free !) to be used and shared in classrooms and study groups to allow students to improve their multiplication skills.

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## Multiplication Worksheets

Below, you’ll find some free multiplication worksheets, ranging from 3rd-grade to 5th-grade learning levels. These multipage multiplication worksheets are available to be used and shared freely in classrooms and study groups to allow students to improve their multiplication skills. We’ve also provided answer keys for each worksheet.

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Mastering multiplication tables is part of the foundation for math fluency and understanding. Some of the best strategies for learning the times tables include the following:

## What is multiplication?

Before learning the times tables, it’s necessary to understand how multiplication works.

Multiplication is the same thing as repeated addition. For instance, \(5 \times 4\) is the same as adding the number 5 four times, or \(5+5+5+5\). Since \(5+5+5+5=20\), \(5 \times 4\) is also equal to 20.

Knowing that multiplication is repeated addition makes it seem a bit less intimidating.

## Use visuals

Another way to learn multiplication tables is to use visual models. These can help you to see and understand what the multiplication problems mean.

Some helpful visuals for multiplication are hands-on manipulatives and dot arrays.

When you comprehend the math, the times tables become easier to learn.

## Break it down into smaller chunks

Instead of trying to memorize all the times tables at once, break it down into smaller chunks. Focus on one row or column of the times table chart at a time. Doing so makes the process of learning and memorizing these facts much more manageable.

## Look for patterns

As you study each row of the multiplication chart, look to see what patterns you notice. Since multiplication is the same as repeated addition, you’ll see that each row follows a pattern in skip-counting . Becoming aware of these patterns will help you to learn the multiplication tables in no time.

## Use easier facts to solve harder facts

It’s no secret that some multiplication facts are easier to figure out than others. The good news is that we can use the facts we know to help us solve the ones that we’re stuck on.

For example, consider \(6 \times 7\).

Since this problem may be more difficult to commit to memory, we can use an easier fact, such as \(5 \times 7\), to help us solve it. Since most of us are already familiar with skip-counting by 5s, we can start here. Five groups of 7 equals 35, and 6 groups of 7 is just one more set of 7.

Since \(35+7=42\), \(6 \times 7\) is also equal to 42.

In most cases, an easier math fact can be used as a stepping stone to help solve a more challenging problem.

## Study, study, study!

Learning all the multiplication tables takes time. It’s helpful to practice with consistency and study using a times table chart. The times table chart, or multiplication chart, is a great tool to help with memorization.

The most important thing to keep in mind is that learning these facts won’t happen overnight. Instead, set aside a few minutes each day to review a portion of the times table chart using some of the strategies mentioned above.

## How to memorize multiplication tables

Once you understand how multiplication works, you’re ready to work on memorization. Committing something to memory takes time, repetition, and practice. Let’s go over some of the most effective ways to memorize the times tables.

## Practice skip-counting

Each row or column on a multiplication chart follows a pattern that can be learned by skip-counting. Skip-counting means counting forward or backward by any number that is not 1.

For example, skip-counting by 2s is 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and so on.

Skip-counting by 5s is 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, etc.

Practicing this skill with the numbers 2 through 12 will help you commit the times tables to memory.

## Recite forward and backward

For many people, saying the multiplication tables aloud helps with memorization. Reciting the times tables also reinforces how each of the products is related. For instance, reciting “\(4 \times 1\) is 4. \(4 \times 2\) is 8. \(4 \times 3\) is 12…” will help remind you that each subsequent product is found by adding 4 each time.

Likewise, reciting the 4s times table backward (“\(4 \times 12\) is 48, \(4 \times 11\) is 44,…”) will help show that each subsequent product is found by subtracting 4 each time.

Reciting times tables forward and backward helps with memorization and making connections.

There are lots of ways to use flashcards to help you commit the multiplication tables to memory. Below are some suggestions:

- Without looking at the answers, order a set of flashcards from the lowest to the highest product.
- Select a flashcard and draw a visual, such as a dot array, to represent the math fact.
- Choose a flashcard and write down another multiplication problem that gives the same product. For instance, \(6×2=12\) and \(2×6=12\).
- Review your flashcards and separate them into two groups: those you know and those you don’t know. Spend a few extra minutes going over the flashcards you don’t know yet.

Who said memorizing the times tables had to be boring? There are lots of games and activities that can help make it fun.

For instance, using a deck of cards, you and a friend can play Multiplication War . Here’s how you play:

- Each player is given exactly half the deck of cards, face-down.
- Each player draws the top card from their respective piles and places it face-up.
- The first player to multiply the amounts shown on each player’s card wins that round and takes both cards.
- The player with the most cards at the end wins the game!

Catchy multiplication songs are a great way to get some of those facts to stick in your brain. Since everyone’s learning style is different, some people may be able to memorize faster with music. If you’re feeling extra creative, you can even write a multiplication song of your own!

## Quiz yourself

Once you feel like you’re getting the hang of memorizing the times tables, it’s time to test your knowledge. Quiz yourself regularly, but don’t overdo it. If you want, ask a friend or an adult to help you with this. Remember to be patient with yourself.

Learning the multiplication tables is a process. The best way to commit them to memory is to review, repeat, and reinforce over time. Quizzing yourself (or having someone help you) for a few minutes each day will go a long way.

## Multiplication tips

Multiplying by zero.

Any number multiplied by 0 results in a product of 0. This concept is called the Zero Product Property . Since 0 times any number is always 0, you don’t even have to worry about memorizing this times table.

## Multiplying by 1

Any number multiplied by 1 results in that number itself. For instance, \(7 \times 1=7\), \(9 \times 1=9\), and \(11 \times 1=11\). This concept is called the Identity Property .

## Multiplying by 2

Multiplying a number by 2 is simply doubling the number given, or adding that number to itself. For example, \(2 \times 9\) means 2 sets of 9, or \(9+9\). Since \(9+9=18\), \(2 \times 9\) is also 18. Once you recognize this pattern, this row on the times table chart becomes very easy to memorize.

## Multiplying by 5

Most people recognize the pattern for the 5s times table, which is 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, etc. Each product ends in either a 0 or a 5.

## Multiplying by 9

Even though they look tricky at first, the 9s times table also follows a pattern. For the products of 1 through 10, the number in the ones place goes down, and the number in the tens place goes up: 9 , 1 8 , 2 7 , 3 6 , 4 5 , 5 4 , 6 3 , 7 2 , 8 1 , 9 0 .

## Multiplying by 10

When multiplying any number by 10, add a 0 after that number to find the product. For instance, \(2×10=20\), since 2 with a 0 after it makes 20. Likewise, \(11×10=110\), because 11 with a 0 after it makes 110.

## Multiplying by 11

There’s also a pattern in the 11s times table. When multiplying any number 1 through 9 by 11, repeat the digit two times. For example, \(6×11=66\). The product, 66, shows the number 6 repeated two times. Similarly, \(8×11=88\), and 88 shows the number 8 repeated twice.

## Why should you use a multiplication table?

A times table chart can help you quickly calculate the solution to a multiplication problem. It’s also a great study tool to aid with memorizing multiplication facts.

## How to use a multiplication table

Let’s consider an example together. Here’s an 8×8 table to help us out:

Say you need to multiply \(8 \times 7\). Start by finding the first factor, 8, in the top row going across. Next, find the second factor, 7, in the column on the left side of the times table chart. Follow the 8s column down to where it is in line with the 7s row going across. Trace these areas of the times table chart with your fingers if that helps. Since the column for 8 and the row for 7 meet at 56, the product of \(8 \times 7\) is 56.

Another way to use a multiplication chart is as a study tool to help you memorize all the times tables. When studying, focus on one row or column of the chart at a time. Once you’ve mastered one times table, move on to another one. Before you know it, you’ll have the entire chart committed to memory.

Learning about and memorizing all the multiplication tables can be challenging, but there are many strategies to help you out. Remember that this process takes practice and time. Give yourself a few minutes each day to work on it, and you’ll be a multiplication whiz before you know it.

## Frequently Asked Questions

What age should a child learn multiplication tables.

It is common for children to learn their multiplication tables starting at around age 9 , but multiplication as a concept will often be taught at an earlier age via the method of “skip counting.” For example, students will be taught to “count by 5s” all the way to 100, which is effectively asking them to multiply by 5.

## What grade do you learn multiplication?

Multiplication is generally learned by children in either 2nd or 3rd grade in the US. In earlier years, students grasp the ideas of addition and subtraction, which will be their foundation for learning multiplication and division later on.

## How do I teach my child multiplication tables?

There are many different effective methods by which a child can learn multiplication tables. One method involves grouping manipulatives (rocks, buttons, apples, etc.) into different groups and counting how many groups there are, as well as how many individual items there are. For example, to illustrate 4 times 3, you would make 4 groups with 3 buttons in each group. The student would then count the individual buttons to see that 4 times 3 is 12. Other effective methods include using flashcards and utilizing the commutative property .

## How many multiplication facts are there?

A multiplication fact is simply the answer to a multiplication problem. Since we’re dealing with numbers here, there are technically an infinite number of multiplication facts. Generally, students will be dealing with 144 facts , which is how many facts appear on a 12×12 times table.

## How do you memorize multiplication facts?

Daily study of multiplication charts and flashcards is a great way to memorize multiplication facts. Other methods of memorization include using multiplication songs, timing yourself taking practice tests, and recruiting a friend that you can practice reciting multiplication facts to. Learning the commutative property can also be a huge help; once you know that 5 times 9 is the same as 9 times 5, the amount of memorization that needs to be done is immediately cut in half!

## What is the rule for multiplication?

There are several different “rules” for multiplication that are important to keep in mind:

- Any number times zero is always zero.
- Any number times 1 is always the same number.
- The order of factors does not affect the product.
- Products are always positive when multiplying numbers with the same signs.
- Products are always negative when multiplying numbers with different signs.

## What is related multiplication?

Related multiplication and division facts are a great way for students to grasp the connections between multiplication and division . An example would be the equation 3×2=6. You can take all three of the numbers in this equation to create a related division problem: 6÷2=3. In this way, you can see that multiplication by 2 is related to division by 2.

## What is a multiplication fact family?

A multiplication fact is simply the product of two specific numbers . A multiplication fact family is any group of facts that are created using the same three numbers. Multiplication fact families are almost always associated with their inverse division fact families. For example, the numbers 3, 8, and 24 create a fact family of the following four equations: 3×8=24, 8×3=24, 24÷8=3, 24÷3=8.

## How do you use the multiplication rule?

The multiplication rule is used to find the probability of two events occurring, also known as the “intersection” of two different events. To find the intersection of two events, simply multiply the two probabilities together . Independent events are not affected by a previous event and do not affect future events. A dependent event influences the outcome of future events and can be influenced by previous events.

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## What Is A Multiplication Chart?

A multiplication chart (also known as a multiplication table, or grid) is a useful tool that’s used for math. It is helpful for a child who is learning or revising multiplication facts.

The chart is divided into columns and rows, the amount depends on how many times tables are in the chart.

The grid helps make it easy to see times tables, by showing a list of multiples of a particular number and is an easy way to multiply two numbers, also known as the product of two numbers.

Some multiplication charts may show up to 10, others up to 12, and some also up to 20. There’s really no limit to how big a multiplication chart may be, other than looking more complicated than they need to be, or the size of the paper that they’re printed on.

The multiplication table chart can be placed anywhere where it can be seen daily and it’s recommended that it is revised and used daily.

## What is a multiplication chart used for?

A multiplication chart is used to help support students and children to learn mathematics while giving them a useful tool to help them work out math problems.

It can be used as a visual aid when learning times tables, or while working on their homework or projects and can help children memorize or understand the facts associated with multiplication.

Kids start learning multiplication at an early age, as early as 2nd or 3rd grade / primary school, and is used significantly throughout secondary school and is a necessary skill to have.

## Making Math Easy

These multiplication charts help your child or student the concept of multiplication and can be very helpful in helping your child do basic arithmetic calculations.

These printable multiplication charts are provided to help give your child an easy way to learn times tables.

## How To Use The Multiplication Chart

It’s easy to use a Multiplication Chart. It’s used to quickly find the product of two numbers.

The chart shows a set of numbers running horizontally along the top and also numbers running down the left side. When taken together, the table shows the product of the two numbers from the top and left, which intersect on the grid.

It doesn’t matter what order you multiply the two numbers, as the product of the two numbers will be the same. For example, 8×2 equals 16, as does 2×8. So if you take the number from the top then the side, or the side then the top, the product of the two is the same.

To find the product of two numbers, we look for the first number from the set of numbers running along the top of the chart and also look for the second number from the numbers running down the side of the chart.

We trace where the two numbers intersect, as they meet at a number running down the column of the first number, and along the row of the second number to give us the answer.

For example, if we wanted to know what 8×4 is:

To find 8×4, we find the column that shows the 8 times tables and the row that shows the 4 times table. Then we look for the number in the box where the column and row overlap.

As you can see, the 8th column and 4th row overlap at the number 32.

So the multiplication chart tells us that 8×4 = 32. Easy!

You can also do it the opposite way, by starting with the numbers on the left column, looking for the number 4, and then looking at the numbers along the top to find the number 8. Then see where the two numbers intersect on the grid.

As you can see the 4th row and the 8th column intersect at the number 32.

Again, the chart tells us that 4×8 = 32. Amazing huh?!

## Learn Multiplication Facts By Heart

To learn multiplication facts by heart, it is best to try to learn them one table at a time. A times table is just one set of multiplication facts. So start by learning the one times table, then move on to the two times table and so on.

It’s best not to overwhelm the person who is learning multiplication facts with too many at once, as memorization is best done in steps. Only move to the next table when the person feels comfortable with the previous.

## The Easiest Way To Memorize Multiplications

The easiest way to remember multiplication is by knowing that every multiplication has a twin.

This means that you only have to remember half the table.

For example, if you’re trying to remember what 4 x 8 equals, but you know that 8 x 4 equals 32, then you already know the answer. So if you forget 4 x 8, you just have to swap the digits around to jog your memory to get the answer.

As 4×8 or 8×4 has the same answer. So this means that learning at least half the table will mean you know the answer to them all.

Your answer might not be as quick, but it will be just a second later once you’ve switched the numbers around in your head.

Taking each table in steps helps both the learner and the person helping them. The learner can then use each table as a stepping stone to more difficult facts.

Stepping stones are simply easier facts that are used to help the learner move to a more difficult fact.

For example, 6×6 is a slightly harder fact to learn than 6×5, as the 5 times table is one of the easier ones to learn. So using the 6×5 as a stepping stone gives 30, then just add one more 6 to this to get 36.

With regular practicing and memorization, over time, the student will manage to do quick calculations with ease.

## About These Multiplication Charts

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Another school year has either already begun for your children or is just about to begin – how exciting! From mastering their ABCs (using our Alphabet Coloring Pages Series and/or ABC Coloring Pages ) to counting their 123s we know they have a full yet enjoyable year of learning ahead!

Once they’ve become fluent in adding and subtracting simple numbers (and even their hundreds chart ) your children are ready to move on to something a little more challenging – multiplication! This mathematical operation can seem a little daunting at first and may take some time to become fully adept. Multiplication requires more memorization than addition or subtraction and the answer can’t always be obtained by counting one’s fingers.

Enter our 75 free printable multiplication charts and 10 free printable multiplication tables! These are perfect for printing and putting in your child or student’s math binder, for posting on a bulletin board above their desk at home or in a classroom, or even for laminating and making it accessible where they do their homework each day. ( Here are some of our favorite supplies: laminator , lamination sheets , cardstock , and paper . Affiliate links) We have multiplication charts starting from zero, going all the way to 100, and with a grand total of 85 design options, we know you’re going to find one that’s just right for the budding mathematician in your life!

The majority of these multiplication charts are designed to print on 8.5″ x 11″ paper, which is the standard size for home printers, which makes getting your hands on one of these extra easy! There are also a few, specifically the multiplication charts that go to 100, that can be printed on 11″ x 17″ paper and can be taken to a print shop if needed…there are too many numbers on these ones to fit on a standard sheet of paper! 🙂

Here are the steps for obtaining your free printable files for both the home-printing option and for taking the file to a print shop to be printed:

For home printing: simply click on the image of the free printable multiplication chart or table that best suits your needs from the many options below, download the PDF file to your computer, and print!

For taking to a print shop: the process is pretty much the same as home printing in that you click on the image of the multiplication chart or table you want to use and download the PDF file to your computer. The next step is to determine how the print shop would like you to get the file to them for printing. Many allow you to upload the PDF file to their website and order it online. Others may not, so you would need to contact the print shop you want to use directly to see what their process is. Either way, getting the PDF file from our site is the first easy step!

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## Printable 1-12 Multiplication Charts

Find your favorite design for the printable 1-12 multiplication charts below. Designs include colored ones, black and white, and blanks!

## Printable 0-12 Multiplication Charts

Find your favorite design for the printable 0-12 multiplication charts below. Designs include colored ones, black and white, and blanks!

## Printable 1-10 Multiplication Charts

Find your favorite design for the printable 1-10 multiplication charts below. Designs include colored ones, black and white, and blanks!

## Printable 1-15 Multiplication Charts

Find your favorite design for the printable 1-15 multiplication charts below. Designs include colored ones, black and white, and blanks!

## Printable 1-20 Multiplication Charts

Find your favorite design for the printable 1-20 multiplication charts below. Designs include colored ones, black and white, and blanks!

## Printable 1-25 Multiplication Charts

Find your favorite design for the printable 1-25 multiplication charts below. Designs include colored ones, black and white, and blanks!

## Printable 1-30 Multiplication Charts

Find your favorite design for the printable 1-30 multiplication charts below. Designs include colored ones, black and white, and blanks!

## Printable 1-100 Multiplication Charts

Find your favorite design for the printable 1-100 multiplication charts below. Designs include colored ones, black and white, and blanks! Please note that these 1-100 charts are intended for 11″x17″ oversized paper and will likely need to be printed at a print shop or via some kind of commercial printer rather than a home printer given how many numbers there are!

## Printable 1-12 Multiplication Tables

Find your favorite design for the printable 1-12 multiplication tables below. Designs include colored as well as black and white ones.

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## Multiplication Charts (PDF): Free Printable Times Tables Free printable multiplication charts (times tables) available in PDF format. Use these colorful multiplication tables to help your child build confidence while mastering the multiplication facts. For more ideas see printable paper and math drills and math problems generator . Download your free printable multiplication chart by selecting either “PDF format” or “PNG format”. You can also change the colors by selecting “Edit / Save”. See notes below. Free Printable Multiplication Charts (PDF) – Times Tables 1-12

- 1. Multiplication chart (1-12).
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- 2. Multiplication chart (1-12). Diagonal highlighted.

- 3. Times table chart (12×12).

- 4. Times table chart (12×12). Blank.

- 5. Multiplication chart (12 x 12). Landscape orientation.

- 6. Multiplication chart (12 x 12). Landscape orientation. Missing answers.

- 7. Printable multiplication table (1-12).

- 8. Printable multiplication table (1-12). Blank.

- 9. Free multiplication chart (1-12). Portrait orientation.

- 10. Free multiplication chart (1-12). Portrait orientation. Blank.

## Free Printable Times Tables (PDF): Multiplication Charts 1-10

- 11. Multiplication chart (1-10). Landscape orientation.

- 12. Multiplication worksheet (1-10). Landscape orientation. Missing answers.

- 13. Multiplication table (10 x 10).

- 14. Multiplication table (10 x 10). Blank.

- 15. Times table chart (1-10).

- 16. Times table chart (1-10). Blank.

NOTE: You can specify new colors for your multiplication chart or times table chart by pressing the “Edit / Save” button. After selecting new colors, specify the height as “3000 pixels” to ensure high resolution and to make sure your table or chart fits on the entire piece of paper.

Multiplication charts and tables can be invaluable tools when kids are learning their multiplication facts. Use these free multiplication chart PDFs at home or at school. Simply click on the chart or table you want, then download and print. You can then hang your chart on a wall or laminate the chart for durability. You can also print one of these multiplication tables and slip it in a page protector and then add it to your child’s homeschool binder. This makes it easy to find and use when they are working on math problems. Great for 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, and 6th grade classes.

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## Interactive multiplication chart 1-100

Fill in the missing number in this interactive multiplication chart game, then press "Check it" to find out if the multiplication grid is filled in correctly. The correct answer will be green, wrong outcome will be red. Press the button "New game" and the new times table chart will be generated.

## Free printable multiplication chart 1-12

The printable multiplication grid can be used to quickly find the products of any two numbers from 1 to the number of the chart (10, 12 or 20) without having to do the actual calculation.

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## Multiplication grid method

Interactive multiplication chart is a table with 100 squares arranged in a 10x10 grid.

To use a printable multiplication chart, find the row and column that correspond to the two numbers ( factors ) you want to multiply. The product of those two numbers will be found at the intersection of that row and column.

For example, if you wanted to know what 3 x 7 is, you would look for the row labeled "3" and the column labeled "7", and the intersection of those would be 35. Kids can easily memorize the multiplication table this way.

## What is a multiplication chart?

A multiplication chart, also known as a times table or multiplication table, is a structured grid used to display the results of multiplying two numbers within a specific range.

A multiplication grid is a useful tool for quickly finding the product of two numbers (factors) without performing the actual multiplication operation.

The factors are the numbers in the top row and leftmost column, the cells within the multiplication chart contain the products of the corresponding multipliers.

## How can a multiplication table chart be useful?

Here are a few examples how can you use the multiplication chart:

- Quickly finding the product of two numbers: 🌸 If you need to multiply two numbers and don't have a calculator, a multiplication chart can be a lifesaver. Just find the row with one number and the column with the other, and you'll have your answer.
- Reviewing multiplication facts: 🌸 Our interactive multiplication chart game can be a great way to review the facts you've learned. Just cover up one column or row and try to fill in the missing products.
- Teaching multiplication: 🌸 If you're a teacher, you can use a multiplication grid to introduce the concept of multiplication to your students. You can also use it to help students practice and memorize multiplication facts.
- Our interactive multiplication chart shows multiples up to 100 of the number given in the first column. Listening multiples is an important skill if you want to find the Least Common Multiple .

## Online multiplication chart to 100

An interactive multiplication chart with missing numbers is a digital version of the traditional printable multiplication table chart, but it serves for reviewing multiplication facts. Students must fill in the missing products by performing the multiplication themselves.

Interactive multiplication charts can be a useful tool, as they can provide an engaging way to learn and practice multiplication.

Don´t forget to practice multiplication also by using printable multiplication games , multiplication cards , and other interactive activities such as multiplication puzzles .

## Times table chart for students

There are really many benefits of using multiplication charts in math lessons.

If you're a student, parent, or teacher, you know how important it is to have a reliable printable multiplication chart at hand.

Whether you're working on math homework, preparing for a test, or teaching a lesson, a multiplication grid can be a valuable tool.

A multiplication chart is an effective tool to help learn multiplication, particularly for younger students or those who are just starting to learn the multiplication tables. Students can see the patterns and relationships between the numbers in a times table chart and learn the multiplication facts through repetition and memorization.

## 100 multiplication chart

For children who need to understand the principle of multiplication, I have prepared multiplication arrays games.

A multiplication chart and a multiplication array are both tools that can be used to help visualize and learn multiplication tables. However, they are slightly different in their presentation and use:

Multiplication arrays are rectangular grids of squares that represents a multiplication problem by using rows and columns of dots or symbols. Each row and column represents one of the factors in the multiplication problem, and the number of dots in each row and column represents the value of that factor. The product of the two factors is represented by counting the total number of dots in the array.

For example, a multiplication array for 4x5 would be a rectangle divided into four rows and five columns, with a total of 20 dots arranged in a grid. Each row would have four dots, and each column would have five dots.

## Free multiplication chart

In summary, while both a multiplication chart and a multiplication array are useful tools for learning and practicing multiplication, the times table chart presents the products in a table format while the array represents the multiplication problem using rows and columns of dots or symbols.

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