I've been keeping busy creating multiplication worksheets.
It seems that our 3rd Grade son has nothing but multiplication homework--that and fractions, but we'll save those for another time.
In addition to the worksheets, I've included lessons that students (and parents) should discuss before beginning.
Before attempting the worksheets below, you might want to learn the basic multiplication rules.
I've also added a short introductory lesson for parents on how to teach multiplication; it offers an easy way to present multiplying to your child.
The basics of multiplication often begin in the Kindergarten and First Grade years. During this time, children learn how to skip count by twos, three, fours, and so on. Although it's such a simple thing, it is the foundation of early multiplication skills. See my lesson on 'Learning Multiplication' to practice these concepts.
Knowing the vocabulary of mathematical equations is essential to understanding them. The lesson on multiplication factors covers factors and products and includes worksheets to help your child or student decipher between the two of them.
From there, you can move on to the beginning multiplication lesson. It gives a quick overview of how multiplication works and offers a few worksheets to get you started. After that, you're ready to explore the rest of the multiplication lessons.
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I've put together a list of educational resources that include links to more free work sheets, workbooks, home school curriculums, teacher resources, and learning toys.