Single Digit Multiplication Resources

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Football Multiplication #2
Football Multiplication #2
Worksheet
Football Multiplication #2
Children tackle multiplication problems with this football-themed worksheet.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Carnival Toss Multiples #4
Carnival Toss Multiples #4
Worksheet
Carnival Toss Multiples #4
Does your child know her multiples? Give her a fun challenge with this carnival duck toss, where she'll "knock down" the ducks that are multiples of 9!
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Multiplication Strategies
Vocabulary Cards: Multiplication Strategies
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Multiplication Strategies
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Multiplication Strategies.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Pet Pals Multiplication
Pet Pals Multiplication
Worksheet
Pet Pals Multiplication
This worksheet will help your child practice their multiplication skills as they solve the puzzle to reveal a secret word.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Number Talks Template
Number Talks Template
Worksheet
Number Talks Template
Use this Number Talk template to support your students’ oral language development as they discuss multiplication strategies.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Basketball Multiplication #2
Basketball Multiplication #2
Worksheet
Basketball Multiplication #2
Think your child's got a handle on her times tables? Give her a fun challenge with this basketball multiplication sheet.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
Vocabulary Cards: Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson: Multiplication and Division: What's the Connection?
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Ways to Represent Skip Counting
Vocabulary Cards: Ways to Represent Skip Counting
Worksheet
Vocabulary Cards: Ways to Represent Skip Counting
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Ways to Represent Skip Counting.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Valentine's Day Multiplication #1
Valentine's Day Multiplication #1
Worksheet
Valentine's Day Multiplication #1
Celebrate Valentine's Day while reviewing times tables! Soon your little love-bug will be on his way to memorizing them.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Glossary: Strategies to Identify What's Missing
Glossary: Strategies to Identify What's Missing
Worksheet
Glossary: Strategies to Identify What's Missing
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Glossary: Strategies to Identify What's Missing.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplication War
Multiplication War
Activity
Multiplication War
Play multiplication war, a fun card game, with your child and before long those annoying multiplication facts will be part of her mathematical skill set.
4th grade
Math
Activity
Find the Math Fact Family
Find the Math Fact Family
Activity
Find the Math Fact Family
Practice of math facts is usually limited to drill sheets and flashcards. But kids are more likely to tune in to math facts if practice is presented as a game!
3rd grade
Math
Activity
Shooting Hoops Multiplication
Shooting Hoops Multiplication
Activity
Shooting Hoops Multiplication
Play this fun basketball game to help your third grader master their multiplication tables.
3rd grade
Math
Activity
Hold a Math Marathon!
Hold a Math Marathon!
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Hold a Math Marathon!
Make math fun and easy with this activity that challenges your child to use their addition and multiplication skills to win a race!
3rd grade
Math
Activity
Times Two
Times Two
Activity
Times Two
Race to double numbers in this competitive card game. Try one-digit or two-digit numbers, or more!
3rd grade
Math
Activity
Target Multiplication
Target Multiplication
Activity
Target Multiplication
Create some cards and a factor board and get ready to practice multiplication. This game will help your kid get one step closer to memorizing times tables!
3rd grade
Math
Activity
Math Baseball
Math Baseball
Activity
Math Baseball
Practice multiplication facts by playing baseball in this fun, third grade math board game.
3rd grade
Math
Activity
A Mathematical Card Trick
A Mathematical Card Trick
Activity
A Mathematical Card Trick
Teach your kid a fun mathematical magic trick! All you'll need is a deck of cards and basic addition, subtraction, and multiplication skills.
4th grade
Math
Activity
Candy Math
Candy Math
Activity
Candy Math
Getting kids to memorize their times tables can be worse than pulling teeth. Sweeten the deal with this activity that combines math and sugar.
3rd grade
Math
Activity

Single Digit Multiplication Resources

If your child is beginning to learn how to multiply, start them off easy with single digit multiplication activities that involve objects they love. Revisit old nursery stories, draw in playtime friends, or use family members as stand-ins in examples to demonstrate how or why an object needs to be multiplied. Once a child is motivated to learn, they’ll be excited to continue practicing division, multiplication, and other math skills.
Once your students have become comfortable with additional and subtraction, it will be time to introduce them to multiplication, starting with single digit multiplication. At its root, multiplication is a way to determine a total number based on a number of groups and the number contained in each group. Understanding this now will help them when they move on to multi-digit multiplication problems.
While memorization is key to single digit multiplication, you must ensure your students understand the underlying concepts. A multiplication problem consists of two number, each called a factor. As with an addition problem, the order of the factors does not impact the answer or the product.
One of the factors represents a number of groups. The other factor is the number contained within each group. You can demonstrate this to your students with real world items. Get 3 boxes of crayons. If each box has 8 crayons, how many crayons are there total. Show your students the addition problem they would solve for the answer:
8 + 8 + 8
Now explain that since there are three 8’s in the problem, it could be written as a multiplication problem:
8 x 3
This will demonstrate that there are three groups of eight so your student will understand that one factor represents the number of groups. Explain that the reason this problem is read at “8 times 3” is that we’re determining the result of “8, 3 times.”
Once your student understands the core concepts behind multiplication, you may be able to reinforce this and begin working towards memorization using the resources provided by Education.com above.