Check out these free multiplication chart printable worksheets to help your kids with the basics of mathematics!
My kids are learning their basic math fundamentals in elementary school, but I always like to supplement their learning at home as well. You can never practice enough when it comes to multiplication, so I created these multiplication chart printable worksheets to help with memorization and practice.
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Hello! My name is Linda from tortagialla.com and I design digital printables to share with moms just like you. Today I wanted to share a multiplication chart printable that will help your kids in practicing and memorizing the basics. Even when they know to multiply, it’s important to strengthen their memory for the basic multiplication table up to the number 12. It will help them immensely as they progress further in their math education.
I have found my son pausing and calculating for certain multiplication problems, so it means he doesn’t have them totally memorized yet. I want to help him with added practice using these printables every once in a while as a flash quiz for a little reward afterward.
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Multiplication Chart Printable Tips & Tricks
The PDF download includes several pages of the multiplication chart, from the classic table reference chart to the math equation expressions written out. I’ve created the multiplication table with answers as a reference, partially filled out as a practice worksheet as well as completely blank to be filled in entirely. This gives you a variety to work through, so your kids can keep practicing over time.
Offer Challenges & Rewards
Of course, we all know that a little motivation can really help your kids practice and learn at the same time, so always consider offering a challenge with rewards when you ask them for this extra practice. From a slightly sneaky intention, sometimes I’m going to give them something that could be considered a reward anyway. But instead of just handing over a surprise… I “let” them earn it through some practice or learning activity. Hey, we have to use all things to our advantage as moms, right?
Multiplication Sing Along / Rap Rhythm
Another way to spice things up and help your kids practice the multiplication chart out loud is to read out the expressions in a rap rhythm or sing-along fashion. But on some music and sing the numbers to make memorization fun and enjoyable activity. I’ve definitely challenged my kids to sing very slowly as well as singing as fast as they can, as a way to get silly and laugh – all the while practicing their math skills!
Rapid Fire Testing
Finally, it’s always more fun to learn together, so try rapid-fire testing with your kids. Practicing together and quizzing them gives you a lot of quality together time that happens to be educational as well. And don’t be shy, let them quiz you as well! We might actually need to brush up on our own memorization as well, right?
However, the act of taking turns and lowering your defenses to show them that no one is perfect, rather we are all just trying to better ourselves and learn… I find really helps motivate my kids to practice.
We often test each other across the dinner table to simply do some math warm-ups and laugh when even mom or dad make a mistake or falter! It’s fun bonding time that helps to boost their confidence and know that making a mistake isn’t absolute. It’s just the act of practicing and getting better and better that is the ultimate goal!
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I hope you can make use of these multiplication chart printable worksheets for your kids – encouraging them to strengthen their basic math skills.
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