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My collection of multiplication charts has become one of the most popular collection of multiplication printables on the Internet, but several of you have said, "Hey Dad, where are the **multiplication tables**? And I haven't had a good answer. Until now that is!
Multiplication Table Page
Multiplication tables focus on a single set of facts, for example the times 12 multiplication table lists all of the individual facts that include 12 as one of the multiplicands. Because the facts are presented in order, they make a nice bridge between skip counting and memorization.
The multiplication table pages at the link above include versions that are suitable for reference sheets (with all of the facts solved), but there are also versions that don't have answers (multiplication table worksheets essentially).
These multiplication tables print beautifully, and there are versions in color and B&W for each printable. You'll find multiplication tables that have multiple fact families on them (like the multiplication table shown above), or "singles" that have exactly one multiplication table per page for a specific set of facts. Those single table pages have interesting number facts on them, which can make them a nice overview page if you're using a "number of the week" approach to introducing multiplication facts in the classroom.
No matter how you're tackling multiplication, I hope these help! If you like them, please consider sharing them with other teachers or parents you know via social media, or linking to the multiplication table page! Your help getting the word out there means a lot to me!