Multiplication Worksheets

Our multiplication worksheets will help your child master the art of multiplying. We have tons of multiplication fact worksheets to ensure that your child knows his times tables like the back of his hand. Two-digit multiplication, multiplying with decimals, fractions and even negative numbers—you name it, we have it.
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Have your fourth grader try her hand at these KenKen® puzzles with varying levels of difficulty.
KenKen Puzzles for 4th Graders Have your fourth grader try her hand at these KenKen® puzzles with varying levels of difficulty.
Tree Frog Dot-to-Dot Tree Frog Dot-to-Dot Challenge your second grader by having him complete the dot-to-dot worksheet by counting by fives to finish the picture.
Squirrel Monkey Dot-to-Dot Squirrel Monkey Dot-to-Dot Find out what type of monkey is hidden among the numbers by counting by twos to complete the connect the dots worksheet.
Multiplication & Division: Beach Math Multiplication & Division: Beach Math Kids multiply or divide to complete each equation on this third grade math worksheet.
Heron Dot-to-Dot Heron Dot-to-Dot Simply count by fours to connect the dots and finish the picture to find out what animal is hiding in the numbers.
Complete the Equation: 1's and 0's Complete the Equation: 1's and 0's This worksheet will help your 3rd grader visualize multiplying by ones and zeros with arrays.
Multiple Choice: Multiply by One or Zero Multiple Choice: Multiply by One or Zero Multiplication by ones and zeros is a great first step to approach multiplication facts and equations.
Echidna Dot-to-Dot Echidna Dot-to-Dot Find out what animal is also known as the spiny anteater by completing the connect the dots worksheet by counting by sixes to complete the picture.
Chameleon Dot-to-Dot Chameleon Dot-to-Dot To find out what the hidden animal is, complete the dot-to-dot worksheet by counting by fours to connect the dots and complete the picture.
Tiger Dot-to-Dot Tiger Dot-to-Dot To find out what animal is hiding behind the numbers, count by fours all the way up to 432 to complete the connect the dots activity and the picture.
Acute Triangle: Practice Finding Area Acute Triangle: Practice Finding Area Help your fourth grader get acquainted with acute triangles and practice finding areas with this cheerful worksheet!
Multiplication & Division: Picnicking Signs Multiplication & Division: Picnicking Signs Kids complete each equation on this third grade math worksheet by determining whether an equation is multiplication or division and writing in the correct sign.
Gecko Dot-to-Dot Gecko Dot-to-Dot To find out what type of tropical lizard is hiding behind the numbers, count by fives to connect the dots and complete the picture.
Frog Dot-to-Dot Frog Dot-to-Dot You can find out what animal is hiding behind the numbers by completing this dot-to-dot activity!
Colugo Dot-to-Dot Colugo Dot-to-Dot To find out what a colugo looks like, complete the connect the dots activity by counting by nines to finish the picture.
Multiplication: Add & Multiply Starfish Multiplication: Add & Multiply Starfish Kids will fill in the missing numbers in the written addition equations using the pictured starfish, then solve related multiplication problems.
Our multiplication worksheets will help your child master the art of multiplying. We have tons of multiplication fact worksheets to ensure that your child knows his times tables like the back of his hand. Two-digit multiplication, multiplying with decimals, fractions and even negative numbers—you name it, we have it.

Have Fun with Multiplication

Help your child learn to love multiplication by integrating fun multiplication practice into your daily routines. Try these exercises to have fun with your child while practicing multiplication at the same time:

  • Exercise skip counting using everyday objects to practice the multiplication tables. Start skipping two or three steps when you go upstairs with your child and count the number of stairs by twos and threes. Or, challenge your child to count the number of fingers on the people sitting at the dinner table. When she's done, see if she can count fingers by fives and tens! This is a great way to encourage math practice away from math worksheets for kids.
  • Try daily multiplication riddles to get your child to think about math in a fun way even when he's not working on multiplication practice worksheets. Try this one to start, "If I give you one candy on Monday, and three times as many candies on Tuesday, and three times the number of Tuesday candies on Wednesday, and so on, how many candies will you have all together on Friday?"
  • Have your child practice multiplication when you're looking at your family calendar. Try asking, "If there are three weeks until summer break, and seven days in each week, how many days are there until summer break?" Some kids may even enjoy counting down to a special event on the calendar after they've figured out the answer. There are some fun math worksheets with make-your-own-calendar templates that work perfectly for this.
  • Don't forget to let your child work through math problems with fun math multiplication worksheets for kids. Using math multiplication worksheets lets your child practice the subject at his own pace.