Free printable multiplication charts you can print off an use with your kids. Math learning tool for kids who are practicing multiplication.
Looking for some basic printable multiplication charts? I created a few different designs options including full black and white and a gray scale version.
Explore multiplication facts for numbers 1-10 and numbers 1-12 with these free printable multiplication charts.
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As a former math teacher, printable math charts can help kids when learning multiplication facts. Great to use as a reference when solving equations.
You can even explore different number patterns by using these charts. It is easy to see the relationship between numbers when they are displayed on a grid.
Related Resource: Free Blank Multiplication Charts
How to Print
- Click the button below the image to bring up a PDF version of the chart
- Each table fits a standard 8 ½ by 11 inch peice of paper
I created two different sizes, a full sized times table chart along with one half that size. Older kids who use a multiplication chart will like that the mini chart is more discrete than the full size version.
Perfect for placing inside of their binder or having out on the table while they are working.
Multiplication Tables 10 X 10
Great for younger kids, the first set of charts feature multiplication facts from 1 times 1 all the way up to 10 times 10. Not only are black and white versions printer friendly, but your kids can color in different patterns they find on the charts.
Your kids can use colored pencils to color in the numbers across the top and down the left hand side of this printable. Letting children customize the chart makes them more excited to use it when solving math problems!
On the next two printable charts, the numbers across the top and down the left hand side are in gray boxes. Many kids benefit from the contrast between those numbers and the products in the middle.
A great basic multiplication chart for kids in 3rd grade and up! A great resource for kids to keep in a math binder or folder.
Multiplication Tables 12 X 12
Covering all of the facts from numbers 1 to 12, there are several different versions to pick from. Kids can color in the all black and white versions when exploring number patterns using their favorite colors!
Analyzing a plain multiplication chart is a great way for kids to see the relationship between numbers. You can even print off a few copies and color each of them in as a fun math activity.
In the next set, the numbers across the top row and down the left side are within a gray box. This can help kids easily find the correct answer when scanning the times tables grid.
Half Sized Charts
Perfect for taping down onto the inside cover of math notebook. These printable charts are a smaller version of the full sized tables.
A basic black and white option for 10 by 10 and 12 by 12. Along with one with gray boxes along the perimeter.
You can find a whole collection free math printables all in one spot. Perfect for kids in preschool through upper elementary!
Free math worksheets for homeschooling, traditional classroom setting, or as extra practice at home.
How to Use Multiplication Charts
To solve for the equation 7 times 4...
- Place your finger on the number 7 located on the first column on the left.
- Place a different finger on the number 4 found on the top row/
- Slide your fingers along the boxes towards the middle of the chart until they meet.
- The box where both fingers meet is the correct answer.
Printed multiplication tables are great for young children to use as an easy reference when solving multiplication problems.
These free math charts were created by Nature Inspired Learning and are for personal use only for your home, classroom, or public library. All of these times tables charts are for non-commercial use. See full disclosure.