Category: Math–Multiplication

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Multiplication Facts Packet (25-Pages)

Last year, my daughter learned all of her multiplication facts but I knew she would need a lot of review this fall.  I asked her over the summer what theme she wanted her latest packet to be and she chose Ancient Egypt.  No, we’re not studying Ancient Egypt at the moment, but she loved the clipart!  So, that’s what I put together for her! 🙂 This packet includes multiplication worksheets...

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Free Fall Math Game Board

This math printable can be used for any math practice. You can use any math fact cards, even for simple number recognition for younger kids. You can use any of the numbers that will work for your child or just create your own math problems on index cards. Use it for number recognition (for younger kids) and move that many spaces around the board addition facts (6+7) or subtraction problems...

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Learning the Multiplication Tables (2s through 9s)

Multiplication and Division Bundle – 250+ pages of Worksheets, Games & Activities (15 pdfs and growing!) When my youngest was 8, she took on the big math task of learning all of her multiplication tables. As my daughter moved into learning her multiplication facts I looked around for the kind of multiplication practice that would help her. The math book she was using went through the math facts a bit...

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Free Clock Printable – Free Skip Counting by 5s Activities

My kids learned to skip count by 5s roughly at the same time they started working on clocks and telling time in 5 minute intervals. Today I have a free printable that combines both of these. There are two pages that have the kids practice skip-counting by fives and fill out a skip counting maze counting from 5 to 55. Kids count by 5s along the sides and try to...

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Multiplication by 8s Worksheet Packet (Lizard Theme)

ED is working on the 8s multiplication facts. I’ve found that the other multiplication packets I made have worked really, really well for her.  This lizard-themed worksheet packet wound up being 37 pages. 🙂 There’s a FREE multiplication and division (for the 8s) game board for you later in the post. 🙂 Skip Counting Song for the 8s In our family the kids sang the 8s to the tune of...

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Multiplication Practice Game Boards for 6s and 7s (Catch the Mouse Game)

Recently I came across these multiplication game boards I made for LD years ago. Originally I made it for LD to practice his 7s, but then I made another for the 6s. I thought ED would have fun reviewing her 6s and 7s facts when we start back to school. We’ve been playing these daily since the holidays!   I’m going to share this game again for those who might be...

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Free Winter Division and Multiplication Worksheets

ED is working hard on division. She has now learned almost all of the multiplication tables (except for the 8s).  These winter-themed worksheets are mostly for division practice, but there are a few pages of general multiplication worksheets too.  There are 9 pages total. These are free to download. 🙂 Hope someone can use these! If you use them we’d love to hear from you.  ED always loves when she...

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Christmas Math Review Sheets (Grade 2) – Free

Here are a few math review sheets I put into ED’s math workbox this week.  (I almost forgot to share it!)  So better late than never, right?!!  These pages have a little bit of everything–addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.  She has just started on double-digit multiplication, but she likes having “fun” math sheets too. Hope someone else can use these! 🙂 ~Liesl  Christmas Math Worksheets See you again soon here...

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Multiplication by 4s and 9s Packets

We are starting a big unit on animals and the biosphere in our homeschool.  ED was ready to move on to the next two sets of multiplication tables, so I made her two new worksheet sets.  There is a board game for the 4s. The 4s Packet has a total of about 25 pages. Here you’ll find a free sample page that you can print out to try with your...

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Skeleton Math Riddle (Free Math Worksheet for Addition, Multiplication, Division or Numbers)

Here’s a silly math worksheet for you! You probably know this riddle: Why didn’t the skeleton cross the road?  Have your child figure out the answer using some math facts! I made these in addition, multiplication, division or just with number recognition. These are free to download! 🙂 Skeleton Math Riddle for Addition, Multiplication, Division or Number Recognition Other Free Halloween-Themed Math Worksheets: Free Halloween Multiplication Packet (30 pages of...

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Free 30-Page Halloween Multiplication Packet: Math Worksheets and Games

I have a 30-page Halloween-themed Multiplication Packet to share with my amazing readers today! This packet has 20 or so multiplication worksheets. These cover the 2s through the 9s (even though my daughter hasn’t covered all the math fact families yet, I still included all of them.)   You can print out two pages on one sheet to save space.  I printed two per page, folded them in half and...

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Free Minecraft Math Worksheets: Multiplication by 7s

Today I have a freebie for you. My kids still love playing Minecraft… and ED likes the Minecraft themed math worksheet characters I made.  So, here’s yet another set of Minecraft math worksheets! I made these for practicing multiplication by 7s (for beginners). ED knows the “song” for skip-counting by 7s.  We sing the 7s to the tune of Row, Row, Row Your Boat: 7, 14 21 28, 35 42...

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Free Online Multiplication Games

The past week or so, ED has been playing some online multiplication games to work on her math facts.  I wanted to highlight some of the ones she has been having fun with. My girls’ favorite from multiplication.com is called Fairy Fun.  The picture adds more and more detail as you answer the problems correctly. You can highlight more than one set of multiplication facts (you could select 2s, 3s and...

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Free Multiplication by 6s Math Worksheets and Skip Counting Mazes: Fall Theme

ED is working on her multiplication facts this year.  She has been skip counting by 6s for the past year in large part because of the hand-clapping game I made up for the girls last year. I’ll post that video in below.  This year she’s moving on to learning the multiplication facts.  She is doing really well with the 3s now… and while most people would go on to the...