This post and set of multiplication worksheets was originally published in 2014. I updated it with new fonts in 2023. Please re-download and enjoy again!
I left the original post wording mostly intact.
It seems we’re practicing math facts every time I turn around here at the Hill House! Because learning math facts doesn’t seem to be one of my children’s favorite tasks, I try many different methods so it doesn’t feel quite so monotonous.
This week, my 2nd and 4th grader will work there way through these multiplication worksheets.
My 4th grader should be (should is the operative word there) able to breeze right through these. My 2nd grader will go as far as she can, which will probably be to the 5’s.
➡ Browse through all of the math worksheets and printable hands-on activities here at Mama’s Learning Corner. You’ll find more multiplication worksheets, math puzzle cards, color by sum or difference, and more.
Each of the worksheets in this set focus on one set of multiplication facts, including numbers 1 through 12.
Simply draw a line from each fact to the correct answer in the middle column.
If these multiplication facts are easy for your child, have him time himself each day and see if he can beat his time from the previous day!
Another idea is for your child to time himself for 5 consecutive days and then graph his data to prove which day he achieved the best time.
Here are a few more ideas for using these multiplication worksheets in your home or classroom:
- Assign one page per day or a set of pages per day (2’s and 3’s for example)
- Place in centers inside a plastic page protector and provide dry-erase markers
- Have students time themselves each day for 2-3 consecutive days and see if they can beat their previous times
- After students timed themselves for several days, assist them in graphing their own data in a bar graph
- Or graph the data of the whole class after timing for a week. Find Monday’s average time and graph, Tuesday’s average time and graph, etc.
All Access Pass members can download this ENTIRE packet in the All Access Pass area.