## Multiplication Homework Activities

## Multiplication Games

*Welcome to the Multiplication Games* page of the site. Here you will find

*all kinds of activities to make multiplying fun!*We've tried make it easy for you to find exactly what you need...

**"New" Napier's Bones**: Here's another method for students to multiply large numbers that was invented by John Napier in the 18th Century.

*They'll love it and all they need to know is how to add.*

**Multiplication Madness**: Kids usually get a kick out of playing an exciting board game. Here's a free printable multiplication board they'll love playing while becoming *M**asters of Multiplication Facts!*

**Memorize Multiplication Tables**: Memorizing multiplication tables is important for division facts, long division, and multi-digit multiplication and even more.

**Multiplication Boxes**:** **Looking for some fun ways to help kids get practice multiplying? Your students will enjoy solving these* multiplication boxes. *

**Combine 4 Numbers**: In this *printable game*, two players compete by combining four numbers. The have to use two multiplications and either addition or subtraction to equal a target number.

**Cover Up**: Here's a game that will help kids build confidence and memorize their multiplication facts the fun way! Just print the game board and product cards and you're ready to play.

**Multiplying Rectangles**: *Did you know that ***multiplying fractions*** is as ***easy as drawing rectangles***? Try out this fun multiplication activity and see!* Great for kids just learning multiplication tables or for reviewing them.

**Rolls to 100 and In The Zone**: *8 Rolls to 100* - roll the dice, and multiply and get as close to 100 as possible. *In the Zone* - Print off the game cards and let the games begin!

**Rolling With The Facts**: Get them Motivated to Multiply with this fun game! Practice multiplication facts up to 12 x 12. Print the game cards and let the games begin!

**Egg Carton Math Facts**: This is a fun game for multiplication facts and all you need is an empty egg carton and cardboard to play.

**2 and 3 Digit Multiplication**: Monkey around with multiplying two and three digits with this **printable** game. Print the colorful game board and you are ready to play while building math skills!

**Factor-Concentration**: Here's a great game to help with remembering factors of numbers. I loved this game with regular cards as a kid, and here's one of my mathematical versions.

**Math Factors - Connect 4**: Great game for helping students learn to recognize factors and multiples. Be the first player to connect four in a row.

**Online Multiplying Games**: There are lots of online games that are great for *getting kids to multiply and have fun at the same time*. Whether kids are learning multiplication facts or multiplying 3 or 4 digit numbers, you will find online games for whatever level you need.

**Lattice Multiplication**: If you haven't done lattice multiplication yet, you are gonna enjoy this. It's a *fun way to multiply numbers by drawing boxes*. Now what kid would not enjoy doing that.

**UNO Multiplication Game**: Most of us have enjoyed playing the card game of **Uno** at one time or another. If you haven't you're missing out on some good fun. Here is a math game based on this popular card game that helps kids have **fun with multiplication and factoring**.

**Multiplication Table Games**: Learning those *times-tables* shouldn't be the same ol' boring routine. **Making it interesting for kids helps them see that math is fun too!** Get cool techniques, tips, and games that help make learning those math facts exciting!

**Multiplication Facts Games -Multiplication War**: How about that familiar card game, War, that most kids know how to play. With a slight twist they can have fun practicing multiplication facts.

**Printable Games for Multiplication**: Do you want printable games? You'll find them here. *Just print off right from your computer!* Use them at home or take them with you wherever you go! The kids really get a kick out of learning math once you get them involve with fun stuff.

**Multiplication Fact Song Videos**: Using songs is still a great way for kids to memorize things. And guess what, multiplication facts are no different.

**Multiplying Fractions Video**

**Multiplication Math Tricks**: These are really cool **math shortcuts that can help you do multiplication faster!** You might even be able to *calculate the answer just as fast by hand faster than someone multiplying with a calculator!*

**Multiplying Fraction Worksheets**: Here are some worksheets that focus on the *multiplication of fractions*. We will be adding more worksheets on a regular basis and then organize them to make them easy for you to find.

Multiplication games are great for getting kids engaged in the learning process. You'll find that children enjoy learning with these math activities and for parents and teachers that's a good thing! Once we get them interested, we'll see their math skills and confidence increase.

Do you have any favorite multiplication games that you would like to share or suggest. If so, please feel free to contact us.

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## Printable Multiplication Worksheets

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Some math problems, such as multiplying two numbers, are best worked out using pencil and paper. The multiplication worksheets listed below are specially designed for printing and each one can be part of the homework lessons you provide for your child. Multiplication skills increase with practice and working through these free worksheets will help your child improve in math.

## List of multiplication worksheets

The fifteen multiplication worksheets below are based on the multiplication tables and can be used to help your child to practice and memorize multiplication facts. The questions are formatted both horizontally and vertically.

This worksheet generator provides multiplication and division questions such as 5 x __ = 45 or

___ ÷ 8 = 8. Questions can be formatted horizontally or vertically (stacked) and can be presented as just multiplication, just division, or as a combination.

The worksheets below have a combination of different multipliers:

Two more worksheet generators both based on the box or grid method of multiplication: this is the first box method multiplication worksheet generator and this is the second similar worksheet generator.

### For Deriving Multiplication Facts

The worksheets below have been developed with students who struggle with memorizing multiplication facts in mind. For example, the two "Doubles" worksheets help students to use a known fact such as 2 x 6 = 12 to derive 4 x 6 = 24.

### Number Strips/ Factor Pairs

The seven worksheets below show stacked number strips that correspond to the sets of factor pairs of each product. These provide a visualization of the relationship between factors.

- Factor Pairs: 4, 6, & 8
- Factor Pairs: 9, 10, & 12
- Factor Pairs: 14, 15, & 16
- Factor Pairs: 18, 20, & 21
- Factor Pairs: 22, 24, & 25
- Factor Pairs: 28 & 30
- Factor Pairs: 32 & 36

### Multiplying by Multiples of 10

Here is another multiplication worksheet generator. It allows limitless multi-digit multiplication questions to be generated and printed. Both numbers can also be set to be multiples of 10 or of 100.

### Creative Multiplication Methods

The worksheet below is more a guidance document for parents than it is a worksheet. It includes notes and examples that parents can use to explore different methods of multiplying numbers with their children. This exploration will help encourage children to experiment and develop their number sense.

### Understanding Multiplication

The documents below provide printable multiplication cards that show different representations of multiplication. e.g. conventional number sentences, grids, arrays of objects. One possible activity is to lay the cards out face up and encourage your children to pick up as many as possible that represent the same multiplication operation.

### How to use the multiplication worksheets

Just click on the worksheets you want to print. They are all freely available – you just need to send them to your printer by either using the Print function in your web browser or by clicking the *Print Worksheet* option at the top of each sheet. There is also an option to print out the answers for each question.

## What’s in the worksheets

All the multiplication worksheets contain between 20 and 30 multiplication questions. The title of each worksheet indicates the type of questions (e.g. 3-digit by 2-digit). This will help you select the right worksheets to help with your child’s homework

Check out this multiplication worksheet generator. You can set your own type of question by selecting a range of values for both numbers and you can randomly generate any number of questions.

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