# Multiplication Worksheets

This page contains links to free math worksheets for Multiplication problems. Click one of the buttons below to view a worksheet and its answer key. You can also use the 'Worksheets' menu on the side of this page to find worksheets on other math topics.

## Dad's Eight Simple Rules for Mastering the Times Table

The practice multiplication worksheets below support the concepts in Dad's Eight Simple Rules for Learning Multiplication.

## Spaceship Math

These basic math fact multiplication worksheets are similar to the *RocketMath*, *Mad Math Minutes* or *Mastering Math Facts* multiplication programs used at many schools. These are typically one minute, timed tests (follow the "Timer" link off the home page.)

## Two Minute Tests

## Spiral Multiplication Facts

Tired of the same old math fact worksheets with rows and rows of problems? Time to try something unique. These worksheets present the multiplication facts in a spiral layout that provides fun a twist on memorizing the times table facts. They use the same fact layouts as the spaceship math sheets above, so try the first two sets worksheets if you are looking for the full set of multiplication facts or practice without the easier problems, or look at the others for an incremental approach to learning the facts.

## Bullseye Multiplication

Get on target with those multiplication math facts! These fun worksheets provide some additional kinesthetics over and above your usual math fact practice. If you are looking for a fun or interesting practice worksheet, or just need to change things up a bit, these math practice sheets should be exactly what you need!

## Extended Spaceship Math

## Multiplication Grids

Grid problem multiplication worksheets for introducing multiplication and discovering patterns in multiplication problems (Answer keys to these sheets make a great multiplication fact chart!)

## Conventional Multiplication Practice

Conventional times table math worksheets. These multiplication worksheets introduce math facts in order, as opposed to by fact families. If you grew up more than 20 years ago doing timed multiplication tests, these may look familiar....

## Conventional Multiplication Practice with x12

Conventional times table practice with values through x12, similar to the timed multiplication worksheets above. One minute timed test layout.

## Conventional Two Minute Tests

Conventional times table worksheets setup for 100 problem, two minute timed multiplication worksheets.

## Progressive Times Table Practice

Progressive multiplication worksheets for incrementally building multiplication fact mastery. 40 problem timed test format.

## Progressive Times Table Practice with x12

## Special Series

## Multiple Digit

## Zeroes in Tens Place

These multiplication worksheets introduce multiple digit problems that highlight a particularly confusing scenario when multiplying place values with a zero in them.

## Multiplication with Decimals

## Factors of Ten Multiplication

## Multiplication with Money

Multiplication worksheets that multiply dollars times whole and decimal unit quantities. Some results will require rounding.

## Multiplication

Welcome to the multiplication worksheet section, repleat with that pesky x shaped symbol shared with us by the ancient Babylonians, who thankfully kept their crazy base 60 numbering system to themselves. Well except for when we get into measuring angles in degrees and units of time. Let's ignore that for now. Lousy Babylonians.

Multiplication is one of the four elementary arithmatic operations, and one that is often challenging to learn because most of the facts cannot simply be 'counted up' or 'counted down' in the same way that addition or subtraction facts might be solved. Because of this, many strategies for learning mulitplication have evolved. This section of the site contains multiplication worksheets that address many of these different techniques for mastering the times tables, some of which may correspond to the approaches being used in your local school systems.

I provide a series of rules for learning multiplication and the first set of worksheets here focuses on that approach. But often, brute force memorization of the multiplication facts is the most obvious and fastest approach, and for better or worse, is usally the way multiplication proficiency is measured. There are various versions of timed multiplication drills, including both one minute and two minute tests. You will find incremental or progreessive approaches, where facts are gradually introduced and repeated. Or, look for the conventional series of worksheets which focus strictly on one set of multiplication facts at a time to the exclusion of any of the others.

The tactic taken by many schools is to have students take a multiplication timed test once per day. These tests start with a few basic multiplication facts, and as the student is able to pass these tests with high levels of accuracy in one or two minutes, they advance to the next level where a few more math facts are introduced. There are several different names for these approaches including Mad Minute tests or Rocket Math, but the basic incremental approach coupled with a daily multiplication timed test is very common.You will find different sets of timed multiplication worksheets here that should be suitable for at home practice or more structured classroom use.

No matter what approach you take to mastering the raw facts, the results will come to bear when dealing with more advanced topics including multiple digit multiplication, multiplying decimals, squares, cubes and money problems.You will find multiplication worksheets on all of these topics and more in this section.

The multiplication worksheets here also include several sets of multi-digit multiplication worksheets as well, including ones that focus on some of the more difficult parts of the process used to multiply two and three digit numbers.

Good luck and get multipying!

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