These free printable blank multiplication charts are perfect for kids. Black and white charts for you to print and for kids to fill out!
I created several different designs and two different sized charts.
As a mom and teacher, I know kids have different preferences and it is fun to give them a few options. Which one is your favorite?
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Blank times table grids are a wonderful learning tool for kids. Not only can they fill out the chart using multiplication facts, but they can look for different patterns.
Once filled in with the correct answers, they can use the chart for reference when solving math equations.
How to Print
- Click the button below the image to bring up a PDF version
- All printables fit a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch piece of paper
If you are looking for a smaller size, I created printables that have two miniature blank multiplication charts per page. You can find the half sized charts below the large charts.
You may also like these filled in Multiplication Charts
Full Sized Charts
The first set is completely black and white. I love that your kids can add color to this version using colored pencils or markers!
To make it easier to read many kids like to color in the background of the numbers that go across the top and down left side of the chart.
If you are looking for a gray scale version, this next set has gray boxes across the top and down the left side. Printer friendly and great for classroom use. Similar to the first set, there are three different fonts to pick from.
Your kids can fill these in using a pencil or if you laminate the chart, they can fill it in using dry erase marker! Don't have access to a laminator? Simply slide the sheet into a clear plastic sheet protector.
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Half Sized Charts
Perfect for adding inside of a math notebook. I love how these charts are discrete especially when printing them for older kids. Children can easily reference them while they are working.
When printing out several copies, you can use a paper cutter to cut out the small charts.
Similar to the full sized version, your kids can leave them plain, or use colored pencils to add color to the chart.
If you are looking for a black and white version with gray outlines, check out the next three printables. Kids can add additional color to the white boxes, or leave them uncolored.
Exploring math with your kids? Make sure to check out our entire collection of free math printables!
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These free math printables were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these free blank multiplication charts are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.