Single Digit Multiplication Resources

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Christmas Multiplication #5
Christmas Multiplication #5
Worksheet
Christmas Multiplication #5
Have a merry math Christmas! In this worksheet Santa has brought some colorful presents filled with multiplication problems for your third grader to solve.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Two Truths and One Lie: Hanukkah Edition
Two Truths and One Lie: Hanukkah Edition
Worksheet
Two Truths and One Lie: Hanukkah Edition
The Two Truths and One Lie: Hanukkah Edition worksheet will get your learners talking about math and sharing their ideas and knowledge about different properties of multiplication. This worksheet will prompt your students to make connections between abstr
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Distributive Property Words Problems
Distributive Property Words Problems
Worksheet
Distributive Property Words Problems
Your students are on their way to mastering large number multiplication, so now it's time to step it up a notch! Challenge your students with this resource that requires them to solve multiplication word problems using the distributive property.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiply by 6 Quiz
Multiply by 6 Quiz
Game
Multiply by 6 Quiz
Help your child love math with our digital learning games! Multiply by 6 in this multiplication quiz and watch his mastery grow.
3rd grade
Math
Game
Two-Minute Timed Test #3: Multiply & Divide
Two-Minute Timed Test #3: Multiply & Divide
Worksheet
Two-Minute Timed Test #3: Multiply & Divide
Use this two-minute drill to assess students’ fluency with basic multiplication and division facts.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplication Word Problems Check-In
Multiplication Word Problems Check-In
Worksheet
Multiplication Word Problems Check-In
This exercise will assess students’ abilities to solve one-step multiplication word problems.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Two-Minute Timed Test #2: Multiply & Divide
Two-Minute Timed Test #2: Multiply & Divide
Worksheet
Two-Minute Timed Test #2: Multiply & Divide
Use this two-minute drill to assess your students’ fluency with basic multiplication and division facts.
5th grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplication: Word Problems (Part Two)
Multiplication: Word Problems (Part Two)
Worksheet
Multiplication: Word Problems (Part Two)
Solve word problems using one of the following strategies: draw an array, draw equal groups, skip count forward, repeated addition, or multiplication sentences.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Skip Counting Number Cards
Skip Counting Number Cards
Worksheet
Skip Counting Number Cards
Give your students hands-on practice with skip counting! This resource will help your students visualize the sequence of numbers as they skip count.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiply by 5
Multiply by 5
Lesson Plan
Multiply by 5
Help your students discover patterns when multiplying by five.
3rd grade
Math
Lesson Plan
What Are Arrays?
What Are Arrays?
Lesson Plan
What Are Arrays?
In this lesson, students will explore the characteristics of arrays and find out why they are important. Use this lesson independently or alongside Come Array With Us!
2nd grade
Math
Lesson Plan
Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication Word Problems (Part Two)
Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication Word Problems (Part Two)
Worksheet
Hooray for Arrays: Multiplication Word Problems (Part Two)
Practice solving word problems by using one of the following multiplication strategies: create an array, skip counting, repeated addition, or writing a multiplication sentence. Part two of three.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Candy Multiplication Game
Candy Multiplication Game
Worksheet
Candy Multiplication Game
This fun candy-themed game gets your students practicing their multiplication facts and connecting them to repeated addition.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplication Color by Number: Gumballs
Multiplication Color by Number: Gumballs
Worksheet
Multiplication Color by Number: Gumballs
Watch your child solve these math questions and color in this sheet by following the color guide. What a sweet way to learn!
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiply by 5: Quiz
Multiply by 5: Quiz
Game
Multiply by 5: Quiz
Multiply by 5 to choose to correct answers in this fact family quiz game.
3rd grade
Math
Game
Algebraic Thinking: Making 10
Algebraic Thinking: Making 10
Worksheet
Algebraic Thinking: Making 10
Children learn basic algebraic thinking using multiplication fact families in this math worksheet.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Zooming in on Arrays
Zooming in on Arrays
Worksheet
Zooming in on Arrays
This worksheet provides students with the opportunity to work with groups and explore arrays. Students will create sentence frames and repeated addition equations based on pictures before writing their own creative story problems.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplication: Repeated Addition (Part One)
Multiplication: Repeated Addition (Part One)
Worksheet
Multiplication: Repeated Addition (Part One)
Get practice in the foundational skill of repeated addition by using it to find the total number of objects in equal groups.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiplication and Repeated Addition
Multiplication and Repeated Addition
Exercise
Multiplication and Repeated Addition
This exercise teaches students a new trick by using repeated addition to achieve the same result as multiplication.
3rd grade
Math
Exercise
Multiplication: Skip Counting to Find the Total
Multiplication: Skip Counting to Find the Total
Worksheet
Multiplication: Skip Counting to Find the Total
Practice skip counting by two, three, four, and five in this fun worksheet.
2nd grade
Math
Worksheet
Multiply by 4: Quiz
Multiply by 4: Quiz
Game
Multiply by 4: Quiz
Multiply by 4 over and over again with this quiz game that will make your child more comfortable with the 4's fact family.
3rd grade
Math
Game
Word Problems Check-Up
Word Problems Check-Up
Worksheet
Word Problems Check-Up
Use this resource to assess students’ abilities to solve a variety of word problems.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet
Doubles Multiplication Facts
Doubles Multiplication Facts
Exercise
Doubles Multiplication Facts
This exercise is full of examples that teach students common facts about multiplying double digit numbers.
3rd grade
Math
Exercise
Computation Station
Computation Station
Workbook
Computation Station
Improve your pattern-recognition and estimation skills as you practice multiplication and division. Children use techniques like breaking down numbers and fast addition to arrive at the correct answer — and to understand the concepts behind the process!
3rd grade
Math
Workbook
Multiplication: Array Multiplication (Part One)
Multiplication: Array Multiplication (Part One)
Worksheet
Multiplication: Array Multiplication (Part One)
Record the number of rows and columns for the arrays shown. Then, write a multiplication sentence for each one.
3rd grade
Math
Worksheet

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.