Math tables and charts are a great tool for students to use as they learn new mathematical concepts. Whether they are starting to add, multiply, or learning to count, these printable tables are handy to have around.
They visually represent a wide range of information in a short, simple to read method, that can be used alongside the math worksheets found on this site to help your child understand the lessons quickly.
You can also find charts to use for public classrooms and your child's bedroom alike. Hang one on a wall where your child is sure to see it and talk about the numbers often. You can also purchase school supplies like these online (links below) or you can browse through the free printable tables and charts below.
There are bunch of different charts here for you to print out. The "Hundreds" chart is a great resource for younger students. It lays out all of the numbers from 1 to 100. We have used it in our home many years as the kids always have a special '100 Days Of School' day in their classes. The schools make a big deal out of it and they get to bring in 100 items or make a 100 collage. We've printed out the chart and used it to place 100 Cheerios or M&M's on it. Get creative!
The multiplication table lays out all possible multiplication facts (up to twelve). These are the facts most students will learn in third or fourth grade. You can also find addition math tables which are fun mazes for your child to work through.
The place value and decimal place charts can be used to both present the number values and practice them. I've included blank templates for both that you can adapt to classroom activities or use them at home for more focused practice.
The number lines and fraction number lines are used a lot in our home. They show how numbers are laid out, both whole numbers and fractions. The fractions lesson has been a tremendous help to our kids in teaching how whole numbers can be divided up.
The hundreds chart is a great way to introduce your child to numbers. It makes different number patterns noticeable and is a valuable resource for skip counting. Puzzle Worksheets available.
Before you download the free multiplication table, you might want to go over this lesson on how to read your printable multiplication chart.
The addition table includes worksheets covering addition facts from 1-9.
Download the Place Value Charts to learn everything from the ones, tens, and hundreds spots for beginners, all the way up to the hundred billions for more advanced students.
The Decimal Place Value Chart builds upon the ideas learned with the place value charts above. Students will learn tenths and hundredths all the way down to millionths. These charts are great for learning about counting money.
The number lines show how numbers (or fractions) are arranged in order. The fraction number line is an excellent way to show the breakdown of fractions from whole to halves all the way down to sixteenths.
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