Before students can become competent with their multiplication facts they need to learn strategies that will help them. This includes knowing repeated addition, skip counting, arrays, groups of, and the mental math strategy for multiplying by 10.
The eight included worksheets then provide meaningful and motivating practice to consolidate the 10 times tables.
Use the final 2 activities to link multiplication with division and then have your student color the multiplication grid to show you what they know.
These multiplication facts activities are from my Multiplication Bundle of Activities and have been adapted to be used for individual students rather than groups, making them perfect for homework, fast finishers, quiet desk work, sub tubs and home schooling.
Check the preview for a closer look at what the booklet contains. (This download has both an American English version and a British English version.)
Here’s what teachers who have used this pack have said:
♥ “My students loved this resource and found it very engaging. The activity offers opportunities to differentiate for all learners and for students to progress at their own pace.” Kylie S.
♥ “These are wonderful packets that I can print and differentiate for my students. They love the extra practice and are using these at home to help them as they work on each specific multiplication goal.” Melaney P.
♥ “This was a great addition to my multiplication unit. We created “multiplication folders” that housed all of these activities for my third graders. They enjoyed being able to pull out a times table that they were working on for more practice.” Kristina D.
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