We are in a constant state of learning math facts here at the Hill House. It’s never ending!
Because mastering those math facts can be boring, I try to come up with creative ways to commit those facts to memory.
This week, my son – 9 years old – will practice his multiplication facts using these fun grids. I made one for him last week and he loved it! It was a welcomed change of pace from our usual methods.
How to Use Multiplication Grids
It’s super easy to use these grids. Simply multiply the factor in each column by the factor in each row to find the product.
And that’s it!
This is a 3-page packet and contains factors from 1 through 10.
Your child can complete one each day or finish all three pages in one sitting.
For added excitement, you could print out 5 of each page. Each day, have your child time himself to see how long it takes him to compete the grid.
At the end of the week, have him plot his times on a grid and find his fastest time.
♥ Note that this printable packet is free for personal or classroom use. Enjoy!