Help your kids improve their knowledge in mathematics teaching them multiplication with our printable multiplication chart or times table. Easy to use and perfect to practice your math skills at home.

## Printable multiplication chart

Multiplication charts are known to be one of the most annoying things for kids in their years of schooling. Some more than others will often require a little extra effort in order to acquire practice at it.

There are many ways to learn your multiplcation tables and that’s the point of our free printable multiplication charts. If you help them enough to learn multiplication, your kids will reach a point where they will do this thinking automatically. Alternatively, you can try playing multiplication games to have some fun doing math.

That’s highly important for them to approve school with good grades, which will ultimately affect their entire life as students, adults, business people, and personal growth.

## Types of multiplication charts

There are many types, but two major types of charts that are famously used to teach kids multiplication.

Common multiplication chart: these are the ones that are used the most. These are the simplest forms of tables. These tables exist in different formats that are useful depending on their specific goals. For example, there are individual charts or tables, full charts with each number usually ranging from 1 to 10 or 1 to 12. You can see more of these below.

Multiplication tables with blank spaces for results: The purpose of these types of charts is for learning kids to fill the spaces with the results of the multiplications for each number. These charts are more quizzes and are very useful when reviewing the knowledge of the kids and whether the learning efficacy.

As mentioned above, multiplication tables can come across in any range and format. When it comes to ranges, such as 1 to 10 or 1 to 12 and so on, there are as many as you can count up to. All that said, we’ve done some research into the most popular multiplication tables ranges with the highest demand are:

1. 1 to 100
2. 1 to 12
3. 1 to 20
4. 1 to 1000
5. 1 to 15
6. 1 to 30

In the following times table, we give you all the ways a number is multiplied up to 10. You can read down the list of blue numbers to see the patterns. When 5 is multiplied, the second digit alternates between 5 and 0. These patterns make it easy for kids to memorize.

None of the above multiplication charts tickle your math fancy? That’s okay, we want math to be as fun as possible so we have even more times tables and charts in different colors and styles here.