Are your students struggling with multiplication facts?
Over the years, I’ve turned to multiples charts rather than multiplication tables for my students. I have found this format to be so beneficial for my students.
These charts are a go-to resource for my fourth and fifth grade students. The smaller size makes them easy to store in our math toolboxes. The bright colors and clean layout help my students navigate the multiples with ease. Above all, the repeated referencing of the charts helps students learn the patterns for various multiples—ultimately strengthening their fact fluency.
To create a long-lasting reference chart, print on cardstock and laminate.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ A clean-looking multiplication chart? Yes, please! So much easier for my students to use AND they actually refer back to it? Sign me up! This resource is a lifesaver for 3rd grade! -Haley
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ This resource is extremely easy to use, effective, and helps reinforce multiplication facts much easier than a multiplication table! -Paola
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ My students prefer using their multiples charts rather than the traditional multiplication chart. It helped them immensely when we did our study of factors and multiples. I appreciated the simplicity of the resource – print two to a page in color or black and white, trim, USE! Thank you! -Beth