We are in a constant state of learning math facts here at the Hill House. It’s never ending! Over the years, I have needed *many* methods of learning multiplication facts in addition to the regular flash cards.

Because multiplication practice can be boring, I try to come up with creative ways to commit those facts to memory.

We play card games, play **multiplication facts dice games**, use match games, and lots of other hands-on strategies.

This week, my son – 9 years old – will practice his multiplication facts using these fun multiplication grids. I made one for him last week and he loved it! It was a welcomed change of pace from our usual methods.

*Note: This post was originally published back in 2014, and I left the introduction to the post as-is. The 9 year old boy I just mentioned is about to turn 19 at the writing of this update in March 2024. The time flies, Mamas! Hug them tightly and love on them good.* ❤️

✖️ Looking for more multiplication practice? Browse through the **Multiplication Worksheets and Hands-on Activities to practice multiplication facts** here at Mama’s Learning Corner.

## How to Use Multiplication Practice Grids

This set of **Multiplication Practice Grids** was written for 3rd graders that are practicing their way to multiplication mastery. It is terribly difficult to move on in math if the basics are not mastered.

These grids are intentionally simple: multiply the factor in each column by the factor in each row to find the product.

I included a reminder on each page regarding **the definitions of multiplier, multiplicand, factor, and product**. Math vocabulary cannot be drilled enough! I encourage you to review those sentences at the top of every worksheets with your child before completing the page.

## Ideas for Using Multiplication Grid Worksheets

This is a 3-page packet and contains factors from 1 through 10. I also included an answer key for each page so your child can check his own work, or you can check it quickly.

**Here are a couple of ideas for using this set of worksheets:**

1.) Your child can complete one worksheet each day. If your child doesn’t have much math stamina or he has already completed a lot of math for the day, have your child complete only a few rows or columns each day.

2.) Another idea: Print out 5 copies of one worksheet page. Each day, have your child complete the same multiplication grid and time himself to see how long it takes him to complete the page.

Have him write the completion time in the corner of the page.

At the end of the week, have him plot his times on a graph and help find his fastest time. If your child is ready, you could also help him find his average time over the course of the 5 days.

Fun!

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Shira

Thanks, Lauren, for adding these worksheets. They will be great practice for my two daughters who will find these more fun than the usual schoolwork.

Lauren Hill

Thanks for commenting today, Shira! My son thinks they’re more fun, too. 😉

Christie

These are so great! I have 2 kids who can use them right now. Thank you!

Lauren Hill

Oh great! I’m so glad you have kiddos that can use them, Christie! They do make multiplication facts a bit more like a game instead of school. 🙂

Thanks for stopping by today!

Jen W

Thank you!

Lauren Hill

So glad you can use them with your kiddos! 🙂