Multiplication Games Printable

How about using a multiplication games printable like this one to help make learning how to multiply fun for your students.  Math can be pretty intimidating for many kids.  But we want to change that notion!  

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Multiplication Boxes

Students will enjoy solving these Multiplication Box Printables!  And they will be building their multiplication skills at the same time.  

You'll notice in the three rows of multiplication box shown, the two factors multiplied by each other equal the product.  For example. 3 x 4 = 12.  And finally, 6 x 24 = 144.

Likewise in the three columns, it works the same way.  In the first column you'll see 3 x 2 = 6.  The second column, 4 x 6 = 24.  And finally, 12 x 12 = 144.

Multiplication Games Printable (Easy)

You can print off Multiplication Box #1 here and have them work on them individually or in groups.  The first multiplication printable is one of the easier ones.

This first sheet is good for students needing to build skills on their multiplication facts and also one-digit by two-digit multiplication. Solutions

Multiplication Games Printable (Medium)

Are you ready to take it up a notch? These multiplication boxes are a bit tougher. Print off the Multiplication Box #2 here. 

Good for students building skills on their two-digit by two-digit multiplication. Solutions

Multiplication Games Printable (Hard)

Now for the harder ones.  Hopefully you've already tried the multiplication boxes above and got the hang of them.  These are a bit tougher. Multiplication Box -3

Now for two-digit by two-digit, and two-digit by three-digit multiplication. Solutions

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