Single Digit Multiplication Resources

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Fourth Grade Independent Study Packet - Week 3
Fourth Grade Independent Study Packet - Week 3
Workbook
Fourth Grade Independent Study Packet - Week 3
Designed by teachers, this independent study packet offers Week 3 of reading, writing, math, social studies and science activities for fourth graders.
4th grade
Social studies
Workbook
Break it Up: Distributive Property 1
Break it Up: Distributive Property 1
Worksheet
Break it Up: Distributive Property 1
The distributive property is a great tool to help with mental math and simplifying larger multiplication problems. Use this scaffolded resource with your students as an introduction to the distributive property.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Fundamentals of Multiplication
Fundamentals of Multiplication
Workbook
Fundamentals of Multiplication
Use arrays, number lines, skip counting, repeated addition, and equal groups to solve multiplication problems in this appealing workbook. Colorful geometric illustrations make this one to hold on to!
3rd grade
Math
Workbook
Thanksgiving Math: Multiplication #1
Thanksgiving Math: Multiplication #1
Worksheet
Thanksgiving Math: Multiplication #1
Children practice their one-digit multiplication skills with this Thanksgiving math worksheet.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiply by 9: Matching
Multiply by 9: Matching
Game
Multiply by 9: Matching
Help your child multiply by 9 with this interactive multiplication matching game! Your child will be a multiplication master in no time.
3rd grade
Math
Game
Christmas Multiplication #2
Christmas Multiplication #2
Worksheet
Christmas Multiplication #2
'Tis the season for Christmas multiplication. Santa has brought math practice presents filled with multiplication problems for your third grader to solve.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplying by Two
Multiplying by Two
Worksheet
Multiplying by Two
Kids completing this third grade math worksheet multiply by 2 to solve each equation and also fill in a multiplication chart for the number 2.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiply by 8 Quiz
Multiply by 8 Quiz
Game
Multiply by 8 Quiz
A fun alternative to flashcards, this digital multiplication quiz will help your child boost his knowledge of the 8's fact family.
3rd grade
Math
Game
2-Digit by 1-Digit Multiplication
2-Digit by 1-Digit Multiplication
Worksheet
2-Digit by 1-Digit Multiplication
Kids solve problems involving multiplication of 2-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers using regrouping on this third grade math worksheet.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Pool Creation: Area Models
Pool Creation: Area Models
Game
Pool Creation: Area Models
Third graders calculate the area of a swimming pool in this silly multiplication game.
3rd grade
Math
Game
Multiplication Facts
Multiplication Facts
Guided Lesson
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!
3rd grade
Math
Guided Lesson
Multiply by 0
Multiply by 0
Worksheet
Multiply by 0
This worksheet is a great way to get your kid started on multiplication by helping him multiply by 0.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiply by 3 Matching
Multiply by 3 Matching
Game
Multiply by 3 Matching
Looking for multiplication fact practice? Master the 3's fact family with this multiplication game.
3rd grade
Math
Game
Hooray for Arrays: What Do You Say, Let's Make an Array!
Hooray for Arrays: What Do You Say, Let's Make an Array!
Worksheet
Hooray for Arrays: What Do You Say, Let's Make an Array!
Practice coloring in the arrays provided after reviewing what each factor in the multiplication sentence represents.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Distributive Property
Distributive Property
Lesson Plan
Distributive Property
Teach your students to recognize and use the distributive property of multiplication.
4th grade
Math
Lesson Plan
Multiplication Fill-in-the-Blank #1
Multiplication Fill-in-the-Blank #1
Worksheet
Multiplication Fill-in-the-Blank #1
Children work on their one- and two-digit multiplication facts in this practice worksheet!
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplication and Division Review
Multiplication and Division Review
Worksheet
Multiplication and Division Review
Students will review their multiplication and division facts as they solve a variety of problems using mental math.
4th grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplication: Repeated Addition (Part Two)
Multiplication: Repeated Addition (Part Two)
Worksheet
Multiplication: Repeated Addition (Part Two)
Find the total by writing both repeated addition and multiplication equations.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Underwater Word Problems
Underwater Word Problems
Workbook
Underwater Word Problems
Dive into underwater themed word problems to discover numbers to round, and multi-step problems to put kids through the four operations.
3rd grade
Math
Workbook
Multiply by 6: Matching
Multiply by 6: Matching
Game
Multiply by 6: Matching
Match products to their equations with this multiply by 6 matching game. Is there a pattern?
3rd grade
Math
Game
Missing Numbers: Math Review
Missing Numbers: Math Review
Lesson Plan
Missing Numbers: Math Review
Help! The numbers in our equations have run away and left their answers alone! In this lesson, students will review their math facts and knowledge to solve Ken Ken like puzzles and bring the numbers back to their places.
3rd grade
Math
Lesson Plan
Ski Racer: Multiply by 0
Ski Racer: Multiply by 0
Game
Ski Racer: Multiply by 0
Everything times 0 equals 0! Practice this concept with this ski racer game.
3rd grade
Math
Game
Budgeting for a Holiday Meal
Budgeting for a Holiday Meal
Worksheet
Budgeting for a Holiday Meal
One of the best parts about the holidays is gathering together to enjoy a home-cooked meal. Through this fun activity, kids get to use a budget— and math skills— to plan a holiday meal.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplication and Two-Step Word Problems
Multiplication and Two-Step Word Problems
Exercise
Multiplication and Two-Step Word Problems
Help your third grader apply their knowledge of math to real life situations with these exercises that include multi-step math problems.
3rd grade
Math
Exercise
Multiply by 1: Matching
Multiply by 1: Matching
Game
Multiply by 1: Matching
Can your child match the products to the equations? Check out multiply by 1 matching game.
3rd grade
Math
Game

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.