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Free Multiplication Worksheets

Our multiplication worksheets will help your child master the art of multiplying. If your kid needs to practice his times tables we have tons of themed series that mix up the order and difficulty of the equations to ensure that your child has the products of those fundamential equations memorized. Two-digit multiplication, multiplying with decimals, fractions and even negative numbers—you name it, we have it. No matter what your child's multiplication needs are, we have a worksheet that works for your calculating learner.

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A zebra dot-to-dot worksheet is fun from the start, and this one has a special twist. Count by twos in this zebra dot-to-dot worksheet.
Multiplication
Second Grade
There's nothing wrong with a little friendly competition, especially when it helps your 3rd grader excel in math! These awesome math games take concepts like multiplication, division, prediction and measurement and make them fun.
Multiplication
Third Grade
Don't mix up your greater or less than signs! Give your student some great practice doing long multiplication with this math worksheet.
Multiplication
Fourth Grade
Need a helpful strategy for multiplication? Try this 'break down' strategy to split up the higher tables into more manageable equations.
Multiplication
Third Grade
In third grade your child will be learning different methods of multiplying double digit numbers. The lattice method can be tricky but this guide will help.
Multiplication
Third Grade
Multiplying by 2 is a great place for your beginner to start learning times tables. In this worksheet, kids will begin to see patterns as they multiply by two.
Multiplication
Third Grade
With this zany zoological multiplication worksheet, your kid can find numbers in word problems to solve simple one and two-digit multiplication problems.
Multiplication
Third Grade
Challenge your fourth grader with 2-digit multiplication. Give him a hand practicing multiplying double digits by double digits with this ninja worksheet.
Multiplication
Fourth Grade
Multiplying is more fun when it's about candy, trick-or-treating, and black cats! These Halloween multiplication word problems use lattice multiplication.
Multiplication
Third Grade
Nobody wants to pay sales tax, but 4th grade is as good a time as any to learn it! Add some favorite baseball game snacks for fun and get cracking.
Multiplication
Fourth Grade
Challenge your master multiplier with these ninja word problems. He'll use his comprehension skills to translate each problem into a numerical equation.
Multiplication
Fourth Grade
Help your budding mathematician use these multiplication tips and tricks to fill in a basic multiplication chart. He can use the chart as a reference sheet too.
Multiplication
Third Grade
Count up the shapes to solve each multiplication equation! This worksheet is a great way to help a visual learner nail down the concept of multiplication.
Multiplication
Third Grade
Getting into double digits with multiplication can get a little hairy! The lattice method is a great alternative to the traditional method.
Multiplication
Third Grade

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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.


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