Multiplication Facts

Multiplication facts can be tricky for students, but giving them plenty of practice can familiarize them with these numbers. From tables to questions to interactive games, there are many different ways that students can practice fact families. In this guided lesson, students will practice one-digit multiplication facts, preparing them for higher-level math skills later on. When they're comfortable with these facts, other math problems will become a breeze. Practice now!
This lesson includes 5 printable learning activities.
Multiply by Numbers 0 and 1 Multiply by Numbers 0 and 1 will help students practice this key third grade skill.
Multiply by 2: Ski Racer Strap on your skis and get ready to race to the math finish line! After choosing a character to play, your young ski racer will have to quickly multiply by 2 as they make their way down the slope. Great for third graders working on one-digit multiplication, this fast-paced math game is an exciting way to help your young mathematician nail down their multiplication facts, or use it as a way to give your older kids a quick and fun multiplication refresher!
Multiply by Numbers 2-5 Multiply by Numbers 2-5 will help students practice this key third grade skill.
Multiply by 4 Matching Quiz Multiplying by 4 is like skip-counting by 2's twice! Teach your child common patterns in multiplication with various strategies, and play this fun multiply by 4 matching game to reinforce the fact family he has learned. Pretty soon, your child will have the 4 fact family down!
Multiply by Numbers 6-9 Multiply by Numbers 6-9 will help students practice this key third grade skill.
Multiply by 6: Matching Help your child become fluent in the 6's multiplication facts with this multiplication matching game. By matching the equation to the product, your child will start to remember which numbers go together.

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