Multiplication Chart 1-100 Teacher Resources
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In this math worksheet, students analyze four multiplication charts. Each chart is illustrated with a different cartoon character.
In this math worksheet, students fill in the missing numbers in a multiplication chart from 1 to 10. Some numbers are already filled in to serve as hints for students. There is an animal cartoon on the page.
An excellent practice resource for helping students to master their multiplication skills. With 89 spaces missing from a 10x10 multiplication table, students must work to fill in the blanks and complete their multiplication chart. There is no instruction provided with this worksheet, but it could make a good supplementary activity. Answers are provided on a separate page.
In this multiplication worksheet, students fill out a multiplication chart for numbers 0 through 15 that is partially filled in. Students complete 197 problems.
Elementary mathematicians identify and share patterns found in multiplication. Through memorization drills and games, they identify the increments in which numbers increase when multiplying. Using a multiplication chart, learners identify discernible patterns when multiplying.
Learners investigate patterns on hundred and multiplication charts. They create patterns using an online calculator which they record on charts.
In this multiplication practice worksheet, students observe an incomplete hundreds multiplication chart and fill in the missing numbers. Students fill in 61 numbers.
In this multiplication chart worksheet, students study the given numbers in the multiplication chart. Students fill in the blanks with the missing numbers to complete the multiplication chart.
In this multiplication chart worksheet, students fill in each blank with the correct multiplication product. They are timed in this exercise and are asked to record their time for each block of exercise. Each block contains 10 multiplication questions and there are 10 blocks on the worksheet. The multiplication is all single digit integers.
In this math activity, students will complete a multiplication chart from 1 to 10. There are no hints or clues for students. There is an animal cartoon on the page.
In this times table chart worksheet, 1st graders study the multiplication chart and then fill in the missing numbers to complete the chart and practice their multiplication skills.
Knowing your times tables in one thing understanding them is another. The class demonstrates their understanding of multiplication by skip counting, arrays, and moving manipulatives for the 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4 times tables. They watch a PowerPoint presentation, watch a teacher demonstration, construct a visual image for math facts, and fill in a multiplication chart. A quiz, the PowerPoint, and a rubric are included.
Fifth graders examine the process of multiplication and the relationship between addition and multiplication. They observe the teacher model a variety of problems on the board, and identify properties of multiplication. Students independently complete a multiplication chart using the multiplication properties.
Sixth graders complete a multiples chart for the numbers 2 through 9. They use the information from the chart and answer six fill in the blank questions where they determine the least common multiple for three sets of numbers. A step-by-step process for finding the least common multiple is provided.
Miniature mathemeticians practice multiplication facts by playing card games and singing skip-counting songs.
Young scholars engage in several activities--singing skip-counting songs, playing the card games, playing a game on the computer, and taking part in diagnostic interviews.
Fifth graders explore common factors. In this factorization lesson, 5th graders discover the greatest common factor among two numbers in a game format. Students build on previous knowledge to determine the greatest common factor.
Learners study division. In this math lesson plan, students arrange manipulatives into equal groups. Learners discuss the relationship between multiplication and division.
Students practice multiplication facts by playing a new card game and learning seSveral skip-counting songs. students prepare a new chart that allow them access to the facts they do not know and encourage practice with the facts they do know.
Students study the commutative and multiplicative properties and play a multiplication game. In this multiplication lesson students find products of factors containing 6 or 7. Students practice with the commutative property, multiply by 1 and 0, practice multiplication facts of 6 and 7, and create learning tool for multiplication.