Do you have a child who needs to memorize their multiplication facts? Use these free multiplication charts and multiplication wheels to help them learn their math facts!
Multiplication charts and wheels are invaluable tools for kids when they need to learn their multiplication facts. Multiplication facts need to be memorized before kids can move on to more complex math problems, so spending time to really solidify the multiplication tables in their minds is very important.
The following multiplication charts can be used as tools or as practice for your 2nd or 3rd grade child- or child of any age who needs help committing their multiplication facts to memory.
Below you will find a variety of multiplication charts available for download to use in your home or classroom. These 12 x 12 multiplication charts come in color or black & white, as well as completed and blank. Choose the chart that meets your needs best- or download them all!
Free 12 x 12 Multiplication Charts
These charts cover the multiplication facts from 0 to 12. Click on the picture or on the link below each picture for immediate download.
Printable 12 x 12 Multiplication Chart: This chart is full color and is completed. It can be printed out used as a resource or memory device.
Printable Blank Multiplication Chart: This chart is the same as the first chart, but it is blank. It is in full color, with each number facts in a different color. This helps kids keep their lines straight and their facts correct.
Black and White 12 x 12 Multiplication Chart: This completed chart is the same as above, but in black and white. Perfect for classroom use or for those without color printers.
Blank 12 x 12 Multiplication Chart in Black and White: This chart is the same as above, only blank. It’s perfect for classroom or school use to test the child’s knowledge of all of the multiplication facts.
List Facts Multiplication Chart: This multiplication chart is in a list format with the facts listed in their own box. This chart can be printed and placed in your child’s math binder for an easy reference sheet. This chart features the facts from 0-12.
Blank List Multiplication Chart: This printable multiplication chart is the same as the one above, but is blank. It has a place for your child to fill in all of the multiplication facts from 0-12.
Printable Multiplication Fact Bookmarks: If your child is having trouble memorizing a certain times table, you can use these multiplication fact bookmarks to keep the facts in front of them at all times. They can easily reference it when needed to help them as them memorize the facts. There are 12 bookmarks in this pack for numbers 1-12.
Free Multiplication Wheels for Math Practice
Multiplication wheels are a different spin on multiplication charts. They are a special kind of multiplication worksheet that contains wheels that each focus on a different number.
To complete the multiplication wheel your child multiplies the center number by each number on the spoke of the wheel and then write the answer in the space beside that number. It’s a good way to provide repetition for your child as they learn their multiplication facts.
Below there are 3 different multiplication wheels to choose from:
12 x 12 Multiplication Wheels: This printable multiplication worksheet has 12 different multiplication wheels- one for each number from 1-12 and has space to write the answers to 12 different multiplication facts per wheel. The facts are placed in order for easier completion.
Color Multiplication Wheels Worksheets: This set of multiplication wheels has a wheel for each number 1-12, but features only 8 facts per wheel and the numbers are random and not in order.
Black and White Multiplication Wheels Worksheets: This set of multiplication wheels is the same as the one above, but is in black and white. It is perfect for classroom use or for those with no color printer.
How to Use Multiplication Charts and Wheels for Learning
Not sure what to do with these free multiplication charts? Here are a few ideas on how to incorporate them into your learning:
Print out the completed multiplication chart and laminate it or place it in a page protector. All your child to keep it in their math binder for an easy reference sheet while doing their math work. This may seem like cheating, but even if they have to look up the answer to the facts as they work, it will help them commit the fact to memory.
Print out the blank multiplication chart (either the grid or the list) and have your child complete one weekly. You can increase the difficulty as their memorization improves by adding a timer to their work. Have them try to beat their time each week or see how many problems they can finish in 1-5 minutes.
Print out the Multiplication Wheels for your child whenever it seems like they need extra practice or for extra credit on their math grade.
The key to memorizing the multiplication facts is a lot of repetition. So the more your child sees the facts and multiplication tables the more quickly they will commit the facts to memory.
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