Using a multiplication chart is a great way to learn multiplication of numbers. It’s a handy reference that with continued use helps a child memorize their multiplication facts.
How to use the multiplication chart:
Step One – Choose a number from the left hand column of the chart (directly under the X)
Step Two – Choose the number you want to multiply your first number with from the row across the top of the chart (directly next to the X)
Step Three – Go along the row from the left hand column number, then go directly down the column from the top row number until both the column and the row meet at one square. That is your answer.
For example…if we chose the number 6 on the left hand column (it’s in blue) and the number 7 on the top row (it’s in green), we would go across the row from the 6 on the side while going down the column from the number 7 at the top. The box they meet at has the number 42 in it, which tells you that 6 times 7 equals 42.
Multiplication Table 1-12
This is the full multiplication table for 1-12. It’s a great tool for quick reference.
We have found that it’s easier to learn your multiplication tables using smaller individual multiplication tables focused on one number at a time, you can find those below.
Single Number Times Tables
Learn a single number at a time by reciting the times tables!
One’s Times Table
Two’s Times Table
Three’s Times Table
Four’s Times Table
Five’s Times Table
Six’s Times Table
Seven’s Times Table
Eight’s Times Table
Nine’s Times Table
Ten’s Times Table
Eleven’s Times Table
Twelve’s Times Table