# Free Printable Charts (and More!)

You can just click and print these high-resolution printable charts. If you're learning multiplication or skip counting, place value or Roman numerals, Dad has you covered. Click through a few of these charts, and be sure to check out the selection of math worksheets as well! Many of the charts complement activities like learning number sense or multiplication facts.

## Graph Paper

If you're making your own charts, doing a little bit of algebra or just looking for something geometric to draw on, this printable graph paper may be exactly what you need!

#### Graph Paper

## Place Value Chart

When the numbers get longer, place value charts can help teach students how to read numbers and differentiate between smaller and larger values even when decimals get involved.

#### Place Value Chart

## Multiplication Chart

Trying to memorize the multiplication facts? This page contains printable multiplication charts that are perfect as a reference. Variations with facts from 1-9 (products 1-81), 1-10 (products 1-100), 1-12 (products 1-144) and 1-15 (products 1-255).

#### Multiplication Chart

## Multiplication Table

If you're starting out with multiplication, learning the facts one set at a time is a good place to start. These multiplication tables can be used as reference pages or as worksheets the student fills in for each family of multiplication facts.

#### Multiplication Table

## Roman Numerals Chart

Roman Numerals may be one of the least popular things Ceaser left us with, but at least one of these Roman Numerals charts will have you counting from 1 to 20 like a centurion in no time.

#### Roman Numerals Chart

## Hundreds Chart

Teaching skip counting, number sense, patterns and more with these amazing hundreds charts! You'll find 100 and 120 charts, hidden picture puzzles, manipulatives and hints for using these printables to teach basic number sense to kindergarten through grade 2 students.

#### Hundreds Chart

## Using These Printable Charts

These handy printable charts can serve as the foundation for many math related subjects. Often when introducing new concepts, students can start out with an anchor chart to help them look up answers to problems they don't know. For example, when learning multiplication, using pre-printed multiplication charts or multiplication tables can serve as a ready stand in when an adult isn't right there each time 6x7 shows up on a math worksheet. If you're a teacher or a busy parent, having a chart handy and teaching kids how to use it is not only a real time saver, but it fosters a sense of self-reliance and confidence while solving basic math problems.

Sometimes adults need help too!, and you might find some of these charts handy as well! There's a full 100x100 multiplication chart and charts for decoding Roman numerals. Or if you're looking to create your own charts, you'll find a complete set of printable graph paper ready for your graphing, plotting or charting needs.