# Multiplication Worksheets For Kids: 80+ Free Printable Math Worksheets

Multiplication Worksheets for Kids. The only multiplication worksheet resource you will ever need!

Looking for free printable multiplication worksheets for kids? This article has more than 80 PDFs of multiplication worksheets for kids ages 5 to 12.

A person can go and print them out for their children as a project, or some teachers may already have included them in their class.

Here you’ll find, addition, subtraction, multiple digit addition, flash cards, color-by-number and much more!

### Relating Multiplication to Addition Level 1

This two page worksheet uses addition to help students better understand basic multiplication.

Key concept: Multiplication is a shortcut for addition. If you can add you can multiply.

### Basic Multiplication Facts – Level 1

These one page worksheets cover basic multiplication facts up to 3. There are two different
versions to help students master mental multiplication.

Key concept: Relate multiplication to addition. Example: 4 x 3 = 3 + 3 + 3 + 3 = 12.

Version A

Version B

### Basic Multiplication Facts – Level 2

These one page worksheets cover basic multiplication facts up to 6. There are two different
versions to help students master mental multiplication.

Key concept: Order does not matter when multiplying. Example: 3 x 6 = 6 x 3 = 18.

### Basic Multiplication Facts – Level 3

These one page worksheets cover basic multiplication facts up to 9. There are two different
versions to help students master mental multiplication.

Key concept: Use addition to help with more difficult problems and order does not matter.

### Basic Multiplication Facts – All

These one page worksheets cover basic multiplication facts up to 13. There are two different
versions to help students master mental multiplication.

Key concept: Use addition to help with more difficult problems and order does not matter.

### Multiples / Multiplication Practice All Levels

This free one page fun worksheet reviews multiples to help students with their multiplication. Students find the multiples from least to greatest in each maze to help Action Joe.

Key concept: Students should know certain multiples and be able to use addition to help with multiplication.

### I Have, Who Has? (Multiplication Game) – All Levels

This game is designed to help students practice their multiplication facts. Print out the worksheets
and cut out each square. Shuffle and pass one square to each student. If you have extras, give more than one to certain students. You can start anywhere but that person should be the end of the game. Have the starting student read, “Who has?” and the student with the answer needs to say, “I have” and then say the question on their sheet, “Who has?” This should continue until you get back to the starting student.

Helpful idea: Time the students to challenge them to improve or compete against other classes.

### Critical Thinking – Multiplication Level 1

This one page worksheet is on multiplication. Students use two sets of 0-9 numbers to
fill in the empty boxes. They look at each picture and use their basic multiplication skills to answer the number of each item.

Helpful idea: Have students cut out numbers and place in the empty boxes like pieces to a puzzle.

This art worksheet reviews basic multiplication. It includes solving multiplication with grouping, basic algebra, money, and a few word problems.

Key concept: Practice makes perfect, especially with multiplication.

### Multiplication without Carrying Level 1

These one page worksheets cover 1 by 2 digit multiplication. There is a vertical and a
horizontal version.

Key concept: Understand the pattern of multiplication. Work from right to left, and multiply bottom number by all the numbers on the top.

### Multiplication with Carrying Level 1

These one page worksheets cover 1 by 2 digit multiplication. There is a vertical and a horizontal version.

Key concept: Understand the pattern of multiplication. Work from right to left, multiply bottom number by all numbers on top, carry to the left like addition, and add number after multiplying.

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### Multiplication – Level 2

This two page worksheet covers multiplying by 2 digits.

Student misunderstanding: Lining up the digits correctly. Multiplying by ones and tens, and the place holder. Try using the idea of placing the first digit under the number you multiplied by.

### Multiplication – Level 3

This two page worksheet is designed for advance learners and covers multiplying by multiple
digits.

Key concept: Mastering multiplication.

### Multiplying and Dividing by 10’s Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces multiplying and dividing decimals by 10’s. It uses the simple
concept of moving the decimal for each “0” in the 10’s number.

Key concept: Place values are separated by 10.

### Multiplying and Dividing by 10’s Level 2

This two page worksheet covers multiplying and dividing decimals by 10, 100, and 1000. Students
should already understand basic decimals, and multiplication and division.

Key concept: When multiplying or dividing by 10’s the decimal is moving one place value per 10.

### Multiplying and Dividing by 10’s Level 3

This two page worksheet continues multiplying and dividing decimals by 10’s, and covers up to
10 million. Students should already understand moving the decimal when using multiplication and division.

Student misunderstanding: Commas are not the same as decimals. Commas separate the whole number groups (ones,thousands, millions, etc.). Decimals separate whole numbers from the fraction (pieces) of a whole number.

### Multiplying and Dividing by Multiples of 10 Level 2

This one page worksheet reviews multiplying and dividing by multiples of 10. It uses simple multiples (10, 100, and 1,000), and also includes a few problems with slightly more difficult ones (300 and 400).

Key concept: Students should know basic multiplication and division using multiples of ten which will help them develop better strategies for multiplication and division with larger
numbers, and estimating.

These one page art worksheets review multi-digit multiplication. The problems are multiple choice to help with test taking skills. The problems are different but the picture is the same for each level.

This art worksheet reviews the basic operations (add, subtract, multiply, and divide) with decimals.

Student misunderstanding: Multiplying: the total number of digits to the right of the decimal should be the same in the final answer. Dividing: cannot have a decimal in the divisor (outside number). Whatever you do to the outside you have to do to the inside.

### Multiplying and Dividing Review All Levels

This one page fun worksheet is designed to help students review multiplication and division. Students multiply and divide a certain number and follow the pattern until helping Action Joe find the treasure.

Key concept: Students need to review and practice.

### Multiplication using Estimation Level 2

This one page worksheet uses one and two digit multiplication to introduce estimation.

Helpful hint: When you’re multiplying by multiples of 10 you can multiply the counting numbers
and then add the 0’s to the final answer. Example: 30 x 50 can be solved by multiplying the 3 and 5,

Helpful hint: When you’re multiplying by multiples of 10 you can multiply the counting numbers
and then add the 0’s to the final answer. Example: 30 x 50 can be solved by multiplying the 3 and 5,

These one page art worksheets review multiplying decimals. The drawing is the same but the questions are different for each level.

Student misunderstanding: Count how many digits are to the right of the decimal in all the numbers before multiplying. After the final answer is calculated put the decimal back so the same number of digits are to the right.

### Word Problems Multiplication and Division Level 2

These one page word problem worksheets cover multiplication and division. They include one and two step problems.

These one page, art worksheets review the four basic operations of arithmetic (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division). The drawing is the same but the questions and answers are different for each level.

### Answer, Find, and Shade (2 in 1) Multiplying and Dividing Integers

These one page abstract art worksheets have two pictures hidden inside. Students are given
two or three numbers to multiply or divide. They must answer all the questions but get to choose to only shade in the odd numbered or even numbered problems to get
one of the two different pictures. They will be more motivated to finish because they will want to compare their work.

### Exponents – Level 1

This one page worksheet covers basic exponents. It includes a short help section to help students better understand exponents.

Student misunderstanding: Students need to know that a number to the second power is the same as calling it squared and a number to the third power is the same as calling it cubed.

### Squares and Square Roots – Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces squaring a number and taking the square root of a number. All the square roots are perfect squares.

Key concept: Students need to be able to calculate perfect squares to help with estimating square roots of irrational numbers.

This one page art worksheet reviews squares and square roots. The square roots are perfect squares so students will not have to estimate and no irrational numbers will be left over. Watch out for the decimals.

### Estimating Square Roots – Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces estimating squaring roots of irrational numbers (not perfect squares). Students estimate the square root to the nearest whole number.

Key concept: Students need to be able to estimate square roots of irrational numbers and know perfect squares.

### The Distributive Property of Multiplication

These one page worksheets review the distributive property of multiplication. Each worksheet includes basic practice and an Answer, Find, and Shade Activity.

Important note: These handouts are designed to go with a
Distributive Property of Multiplication Video which is currently located on VIMEO, but can also be used alone.

### The Distributive Property of Multiplication – Video

This video covers The Distributive Property of Multiplication. There are three different levels of worksheets to go with the video.
Level 1 covers only addition, level 2 covers addition and subtraction, and level 3 covers algebraic expressions. Each worksheet includes basic practice and an Answer, Find, and Shade Activity, which can be used separately.

NOTE: The video link below will take you to VIMEO. It is a website where the video is being hosted.

Video

The Distributive Property of Multiplication

### Multiplying Larger Numbers Using the Distributive Property Level 1

This one page worksheet uses the Distributive Property to multiply larger numbers.

Key concept: Students should know that a number can be taken apart and operations can be changed to create an easier problem that produces the same answer.

### The Distributive Property of MultiplicationWord Problems – Level 2

This one page worksheet uses the distributive property of multiplication to solve word problems.

Key concept: Students should know how to use the distributive property to help solve multiplication problems quicker.

These one page, art worksheets review the distributive property. Level one has students fill in the blanks, and level 2 and 3 has them solve equations. The drawing is the same but the questions are different for each level.

### Associative Property of Multiplication Level 1

This one page worksheet introduces the associative property. It shows that we can change groups (move parentheses) to make problems easier to solve.

Key concept: Order does not matter when multiplying. Numbers and groups can be moved to help simplify a problem or make it easier to solve.

### Multiplying Two Binomials (FOIL) Level 1

This two page worksheet introduces multiplying two binomials using the FOIL method. It uses the distributive property to help explain the process.

Key concept: The FOIL method helps keep Students organized when multiplying two binomials. FOIL stands for First-Outer-Inner-Last.

## Multiplication Worksheet Books

### Multiplication Work Book – Level 1

This is a basic multiplication book for anyone who needs to learn their multiplication facts.
It starts with explaining how multiplication and addition are related and covers all facts up to 13. At the end of the book are time tests to help improve speed and knowledge of the facts.