Multiplication Chart 1-100 Teacher Resources
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The Squares of Numbers in Multiplication
Review multiplication facts and concepts! This clear, and easy to follow lesson will help your class to understand multiplication by using arrays and repeated addition. There are strategies to help with memorization and manipulative suggestions.
More Patterns with Products: Lesson 4 of 7
Students, after using an interactive Web site to find patterns in the multiplication tables, practice multiplication facts and record their current level of mastery of the multiplication facts on their personal multiplication chart
2 digit multiplication
In this multiplication activity, learners multiply 2 digit numbers together. Students multiply 18 problems where they give their own answers and 10 where the answers are multiple choice.
Multiply With 3 Factors and 2-Digit Multipliers
For this multiplication worksheet, students complete a set of 14 problems, multiplying 3 factors, then complete 19 problems with 2-digit multipliers, no regrouping.
More Patterns with Products
Students look for patterns in multiplication products using an interactive Web site. They play another card game and record their current level of mastery of the multiplication facts.
the Squares of Numbers in Multiplication
Students memorize the multiplication math facts and learn many different ways of visualizing and practicing the multiplication concepts. They begin practicing with arrays, skip counting, and moving manipulatives for the 0, 1, 2, 3, and 4.
Using Missing Factors in Equations
In this math worksheet, students learn how to use a multiplication chart to help find missing factors. Students are directed to use the "chart on page 5" (not included here) to solve 45 problems.
Multiplication Charts, Multiply By 2-10
For this multiplication chart worksheet, students will solve multiplication problems where they complete a two column chart. On each chart one of the factors is two through 10. The other factor may be any number because it is left blank.
Math and Numbers - Multiplication Chart Exercise
In this multiplication practice worksheet, students use their math skills to solve 100 problems that require them to multiply 1 digit numbers by 1 digit numbers.
In this multiplication facts review worksheet, students fill in the 20 blanks in a multiplication chart. Completion of the chart requires students to multiply using the numbers 1-10.
In this multiplication facts review worksheet, students fill in the 50 blanks in a multiplication chart. Completion of the chart requires students to multiply using the numbers 1-10.
Multiplication Chart 2
For this multiplication facts review worksheet, learners fill in the 80 blanks in a multiplication chart. Completion of the chart requires students to multiply using the numbers 1-10.
Multiplication Chart: 0-12
In this multiplication chart worksheet, learners use their math skills to complete the chart by multiplying numbers from 1 to 12.
In this multiplication chart activity, students fill in blanks with numbers between 1 and 144 to correctly complete the chart.
Multiplication Chart- Filled In Completely
In this multiplication worksheet, learners use the completed multiplication chart as a reference while learning facts from 1 to 12.
Multiplication Chart- Fill in the Multiplication Table
In this multiplication chart worksheet, students fill in parts of a multiplication chart with the facts known my students. They review the table while completing 24 multiplication practice problems.
In this multiplication chart activity, students complete all multiplication facts through nine; activity is set up in a multiplication grid.
In this multiplication worksheet, students complete a multiplication chart through the 10's times tables. Worksheet is a blank graphic organizer.
Administer an activity that fosters a child's understanding of multiples. Young mathematicians are guided to complete three tasks on a multiplication chart. Once they color the boxes with multiples of two, three, and four, learners recognize and describe the patterns they notice. This is a great way to introduce prime and composite numbers in order to reinforce and recognize patterns. A solution sheet provided in the activity shows how the patterns are displayed by coloring the boxes of each multiples.
One-digit Divisors/Three-digit Divisors
Here is a long division worksheet in which learners complete long division problems where they use one digit numbers as divisors on the first page, and multiples of 100 numbers on the second page. They complete 34 problems.