*Here is a multiplication chart free printable to help kids practice and master their 0-12 times tables. With 4 levels of difficulty these times table grids are perfect for kids with a variety of skill levels.*

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## Multiplication Chart Free Printable

Our **multiplication chart free printable** was created to assist parents, instructors, and educators in encouraging and inspiring children to practice and master their multiplication tables in a frustration free way.

Our** multiplication chart free printable** come in 4 carefully thought out levels of difficulty making them a great choice for kids at a variety of different skills levels.

Because no two learners are alike, it’s critical to ensure that your youngster is able to keep up with their learning in a manner that is easy enough for them to stay motivated yet challenging enough to prevent them from getting bored and discouraged.

By offering a variety of difficulty levels we hope our **multiplication chart free printable** will encourage children to discover the one that they feel most comfortable with and/or able to accomplish without feeling overwhelmed or frustrated.

Our **multiplication chart free printable** is perfect for both classroom and home use. Our free printable multiplication chart is a simple and efficient math practice tool for children of all ages who want to improve their multiplication skills.

Our **multiplication chart free printable** is an excellent choice for kids of all ages, especially those who are just learning the foundations of multiplication as well as those learners who need to improve their multiplication abilities.

These **free printable multiplication charts** were created as a positive, encouraging tool for kids to practice and learn their multiplication tables without tears or frustration.

To get your own copy of our **multiplication chart free printable, **scroll down and continue reading to discover how to download it for free as well as ideas and advice on how to make the most out of our worksheets.

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## Multiplication Grid Difficulty Levels

Our ** multiplication practice worksheets** were designed to assist children to master their multiplication tables in a methodical way.

Learners who are completely new to the concept of multiplication can’t be expected to complete an entire 12×12 multiplication grid. As a result, we developed four distinct levels of difficulty to help kids master their times tables as they slowly master multiplication concepts and skip counting.

**Our 4 levels of difficulty include:**

**Multiplication Chart Free Printable Worksheet 1**(Most Difficult): 100% incomplete(Difficult): 75% incomplete**Multiplication Chart Free Printable**Worksheet 2**Multiplication Chart Free Printable****Worksheet 3**(Moderate): 50% incomplete(Easiest): 25% incomplete**Multiplication Chart Free Printable**Worksheet 4

This method of gradually increasing the difficulty allows children to be challenged by the **multiplication practice worksheets** while still feeling as though they’re making progress.

The goal is to make multiplication table mastery an attainable goal for all children regardless of their skill level. It can be hard, but it’s possible!

## Uses For Our Multiplication Chart Free Printable

Our **multiplication chart free printable** is appropriate for many different situations. You can use our times tables worksheets both at school or at home.

Here are a few ways our **free multiplication worksheets** can be used.

- By teachers in the classroom,
- By parents at home for extra practice,
- As enrichment work,
- In after school programs
- To practice times tables for a test or exam,
- During the summer as review,
- By math tutors.

## Download and Print Instructions

Downloading and printing our **multiplication chart free printable** is simple.

### here are the steps you need to follow

- Download the pdf file of our
**multiplication chart free printable**to your computer by clicking here - Find the pdf file named multiplication-chart-free-printable.pdf on your computer and open it
- Print the pages you would like your learner to work with

*please note that the pdf file contains 5 pages. 4 pages of multiplication worksheets in addition to a 1 page answer key.

** Our **free printable multiplication worksheets** can be printed both in color or in black and white

*** You can also save the images below individually as .jpg if you would prefer not to download these multiplication worksheets as a pdf. Click on each image individually and open it in a new tab to start printing. Or, click on the link beneath each image and it will instantly open the image in a new browser window.

**Multiplication Chart 1 **

12** **x 12 chart**100% incomplete**Click here to download this worksheet as a .jpg

** Multiplication Chart 2**

** **12 x 12 chart

**75% incomplete**

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**Multiplication Chart 3 **

12 x 12 chart**50% incomplete ** Click here to download this worksheet as a .jpg

**Multiplication Chart 4 **

12 x 12 chart**25% incomplete ** Click here to download this worksheet as a .jpg

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## What Is Multiplication?

Multiplication simply means adding equal groups together. When we multiply, the total number of things we have increases as we add these groups together to obtain our product.

Simply stated, multiplication means adding a group of the same thing together over and over again. When we multiply, we keep adding more and more of the same thing until all our groups have been added together. The two numbers and the product are parts of a multiplication problem.

For example, in the multiplication problem, 6 × 9 = 54, 6 and 9 are the factors and 54 is the product of the multiplication. This can otherwise be understood as the multiplication of 6 and 9 results in 54 because we added 6 groups of 9 together.

Another way to represent this problem is to imagine 6 groups of exactly 9 things.

When 6 groups of 9 things are added together it gives us 54.

## Tips For Mastering Multiplication Tables

Mastering multiplication tables can be hard and frustrating concept for many young learners. It is important to use fun learning tools, such as our **multiplication chart free printable**, to help your learner master their times tables early on in school.

This way they are ready for more difficult math problems that require times table mastery. Skills that require multiplication include division, fractions, decimals and many other important math concepts that they are sure to be faced with as they grow.

Here are some of our most effective tips and methods for helping children and learners memorize their multiplication tables.

### Work On Skip Counting

Skip counting is important when multiplying . When children learn to skip count, they are learning a valuable skill that allows them to master multiplication much faster.

Skip counting simply means learning to count by a specific interval. For example, skip counting by 5s means counting 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60 and so on while skip counting by 8s means 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48, 56 and so on.

**Related:** Skip Counting Worksheets: Best Free Printable Worksheets For 2s-10s

Our printable grid is the perfect tool for mastering skip counting skills. If your learner is struggling, skip counting may be their best way to master their multiplication tables.

### Practice Often

Practice often, but not too much , 3-4 times per week is sufficient to ensure your child will learn his or her tables. Children will learn multiplication tables faster the more often they practice them.

### Play Math Games

When it comes to learning multiplication tables, many youngsters learn faster by playing games like multiplication bingo or math riddles.

Math games also promote active learning among children, which may be more engaging than simply working with worksheets alone. When dealing with younger kids on multiplication tables, keep everything light and enjoyable.

Remember that everyone learns differently . Some children memorize multi-digit multiplication tables by working with flashcards, while others learn through repetition, and some may even benefit from using math games to memorize their times tables. So, be creative and find math games that work and motivate your child best.

**Here are some of our favorite multiplication math games:**

- Wooden Multiplication & Math Table Board Game
- Star Right Color Grid Multiplication Flash Cards
- Learning Wrap-Ups Multiplication Keys
- Math War Multiplication Card Game

### Use Visual Learning Tools

Use our multiplication chart free printable to help your child learn his or her tables. It is a great visual learning tool that will help them understand multiplication more easily than traditional teaching methods.

Head to the upper part of this post to get the download link if you haven’t already downloaded our worksheets.

This multiplication chart free printable will also be helpful for teachers who are looking for more effective ways to teach and practice multiplication with their students.

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### Tips and Tricks For Multiplication Facts 1-12

**Trick for teaching the 1 times table **

The 1st times tables are the easiest for children to remember. To help children remember their 1s multiplication tables, tell them this neat trick: one times anything is simply itself.

2 x 1 = 2,

3 x 1 = 3,

4 x 1 = 4,

5 x 1 = 5,

6 x 1 = 6,

7 x 1 = 7,

8 x 1 = 8 and so on. This trick will help them remember their 1s times table with very little trouble.

**Trick for teaching the 2 times table **

Another quick and efficient approach to teach a youngster their 2s times tables is to have him skip count by two.. Here is a neat YouTube video that does a wonderful job of teaching skip counting by turning the process into a song. The kids will love it!

**Trick for teaching the 3 times table **

The 3s times tables can be a difficult set for children to learn. With this genius grid method, kids will learn their 3 times tables in no time.

Here’s a neat YouTube video we found that explains this genius trick for memorizing the 3st time tables.

**Trick for teaching the 4 times table **

The interesting thing about the 4s times tables is that the product always ends in a an even number. So, to help children remember the 4s times tables, they need to remember that their product will always end in a 0, 2, 4, 6, or 8.

Turning multiplication facts into a fun and engaging song is another great way to help children remember their 4s times tables.

Here is an excellent YouTube video that does just that!

** Trick for teaching the 5 times table **

When it comes to learning the 5s times tables, children get some reprieve because the product always ends in either a 5 or 0..

**For example:**

5 x 3 = 15

5 x4 = 20 and so on! This helpful trick will help kids quickly memorize their 5s multiplication facts.

**Trick for teaching the 6 times table**

If your learner was able to master their 3 times tables using the method outlined above, they will have no trouble learning the 6s since it sort of works the same way with a clever tic tac toe grid method.

This is a simple and efficient method for kids to master their 6s multiplication tables.

#### Trick for teaching the 7 times table

Using your fingers is a quick and easy way to master the 7s times tables.

Here is a great video that does an excellent job of teaching finger multiplication. It’s possible that your youngster might want to learn their sevens in this manner since it’s a fun and hands-on method to make mastering the 7s frustration free.

#### Trick for teaching the 8 times table

The 8s are sort of tricky for children because the product will always end in either 4 or 2. Generally as the numbers get larger children struggle a bit more with learning their times tables.

However, this simple song will help them remember the 8s quickly and easily.

#### Trick for teaching the 9 times table

Finger multiplication can be used to solve the 9s times tables, much like it is with the 7s. This simple technique for learning the 9s multiplication tables might take a while to get used to, but once your learner understands the pattern, they’ll never forget how to multiply by nine.

Here’s a video that does an excellent job of explaining finger multiplication for the 9s times tables.

#### Trick for teaching the 10 times table

This is a really neat trick that children find easy to learn and remember. When a student encounters any multiplication problem with one of the factors being 10, he or she should be taught that anything multiplied by 10 is simply equal to that number plus zero.

**For example:**

1 X 10 = 10

5 X 10 = 50

12 X 10 = 120 and so on. This helpful trick will help kids quickly memorize their 10s multiplication tables.

#### Trick for teaching the 11 times table

The 11s multiplication tables are usually painless to remember for learners because of the double digit multiplier. It’s one of the easiest and quickest times tables to learn.

Here is a clever YouTube video that clearly explains this concept:

#### Trick for teaching the 12 times table

Some children will be able to remember the 12s by remembering this neat rule:

to get the answer to a multiplication by 12 you have to first start by adding a zero to the number that is being multiplied. From there we need to double the original number and add that sum to our result.

**Here’s an example of how that works:**

However, for some children, especially if they struggle with math, this concept can be a bit more challenging.

Here is an excellent YouTube video that explains another method for memorizing the 12s times tables.

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