Multiplication can be tricky and sometimes all you need is a good (and free) multiplications table printable to get you successfully memorizing your times tables. Back when I was a kid, I remember having one of these math charts in my math binder or tucked away in a composition notebook. It is one of the most basic and efficient ways to quickly become proficient at multiplication. Grab our free multiplications table printable and practice those numbers!
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Math is fascinating to me – all the many ways kids are taught math these days is mind-blowing. I find myself having to learn math all over again, when helping my kids with their homework. But our multiplications table printable is a sure way to perfect your kids math skills. Use it as a quick reference when perfecting your multiplication skills
Use these multiplication times table charts as a resource in the classroom
Multiplication, these days, starts at a young age. It’s usually around 2nd or 3rd grade when kids start learning basic multiplication facts.
These colorful math charts are extremely helpful in learning your digits! Whether you go to in-person school or homeschool, this multiplications table printable is super helpful.
Laminate the multiplication table printable
I highly recommend laminating one of these times table charts.
Laminate it so it can be handled and used often without the fear of tearing.
Also laminating it extends it’s life so it can be hung in the classroom.
Laminate our blank multiplication chart printable to practice and write answers using a dry erase marker again and again.
Use our free printable multiplications table charts to practice
Are your kids or students feeling confident with their multiplication tables? They can practice their math skills with our blank multiplications table printable. It’s an effective way to assure they know their numbers! They write their answers in the blank spaces and see how many they can get right! For an added challenge, set a timer for 2, 3, or 4 minutes to encourage speed as well as accuracy.
How do you use the multiplications table printable?
So, you might be saying, hey this is great but how do I use it? It’s simple. This easy multiplications table printable is a tool to help children with multiplication in a few easy steps.
Here is an example of how to use the math chart:
If you have the multiplication equation 4 x 6.
Find the number 4 in the first column
Find the number 6 in the first row.
Move across the row and down the column until meeting at the answer 24.
4 x 6 = 24
The multiplication chart can also solve division equations.
Here is an example of how to use the chart for division equations.
If you have the division equation 10 ÷ 2
Find the second number in the equation, 2, in the first column.
Then move across the row to the first number in the equation, 10.
From 10 move up the column to the top number, 5 (the answer).
10 ÷ 2 = 5
You can also use skip counting to multiply.
Skip counting is something we have all learned as children and probably still do as adults. It’s when you take an odd or even number and add the same number each time to the previous number.
So for example, if you have the equation 2 x 6
You take 2 and add 2 six times to get the answer.
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 <– 12 being the answer. 2 x 6 = 12
A lot of people skip count when dealing with money. For example:
I have six 5 dollar bills, how much money do I have? Hint: Add 5, 6 times.
5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30. $30 dollars.
What is included in the free printable multiplication charts:
Practice your mathematics with a printed multiplication chart. A great alternative to perfecting your knowledge of the times tables.
There are different variations of each multiplications printable.
1. A classic multiplications table printable.
This colorful chart has the basic design layout. Select the number you want to multiply by another. Use the colors to guide you to the number you’re multiplying.
2. Unicorn inspired multiplications table chart.
When I chose these colors, I wanted it to feel “unicorn” without actually showing a unicorn. When I think of a unicorn I think of the many shades of pink and purple mixed together in a sea of soft colored pastels. The colors draw your eye to the number without leading them as much as the classic rainbow multiplications table printable above.
This one uses a lot of prime colors and is a good one to choose if you don’t know what color your child would like. It’s a beautiful mix of colors that again help draw the students’ eyes to the numbers and answers. Use this freebie to during your math plan lessons.
4. Black & white multiplications table printable
Looking for the basics? The black & white is easy on ink and can also be used as a coloring page. Color your own multiplication chart printable!
5. Blank multiplication grid
Multiplication practice makes perfect! Use this multiplications table printable to fill in the blank spaces with the correct answers. These blank charts are perfect to quiz your children or students on their new math skills
Available in a PDF format at high resolution. Prints perfectly on 8.5″x11″ letter size paper.
Start understanding the concept of multiplication and how our free printable multiplications table can help at homeschool or in-person school.
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