Multiplication Chart 1-15 Printable
Learning multiplication tables is an important skill that you can use in your everyday life. No matter if you are looking for yourself or your child, this free multiplication chart is the perfect tool to help you learn these essential math facts.
I am so excited to provide these tools for you, and hope that they will benefit the young ones in your life!
How to Print This Free Chart
To get your free copy of these multiplication charts, simply scroll down until you see the free printable multiplication table. When you get there, you will find a place to enter your email address and your own copy of these charts will be sent to your email address. These charts come all in one file and you can choose which version you prefer to use.
Make sure to save the PDF to your computer so you can print them out now, and more later if you want! I really hope you enjoy using this free download!
Free Printable Multiplication Charts
Multiplication skills are an important part of everyday life. No matter if you are looking for a refresher for yourself, or if your child needs help learning and memorizing their multiplication facts, these free printable math worksheets are a great place to start.
During the school year, or over summer break it can sometimes be necessary to put in the time for extra practice to help memorize multiplication tables. Having them memorized also helps a lot when your 3rd grade child goes from simple multiplication problems to long multiplication.
This was something that a few of the little people in my life have been working on lately, so I made this free printable to share with all of you, in the hopes that it will help the young ones in your life to learn these important math facts and help them in their everyday life, whether they realize it right now or not.
Multiplication grids are newer types of multiplication worksheets. At least, I don’t remember this type of worksheet from my childhood. Most of what I remember involved individual problems to solve.
This nifty version of the chart has an X and Y axis, with numbers one through 15 listed on each. Our free download includes an answer key as well as blank tables to work.
How the Grid Works
The blank multiplication table has an X and Y axis. The X axis of the chart is the horizontal line of numbers that goes across the grid. The Y axis of the grid is the vertical line, that runs down the left-hand side of the chart.
To work this graph, the problems are solved by multiplying the number on the X and Y axis together, then filling in the answers in the corresponding box.
For example, the graph starts off with 1 on the far-left side of the top, and 15 on the far right-hand side of the graph. Then on the left-hand side, there is another 1 listed, and the bottom left shows 15.
To work the multiplication chart, start by multiplying 1 times 1, the answer of 1 goes in the first box. Then, working left to right, on that very first line, these are the one times. Therefore, the answers on this line would be 1, 2, 3, etc. all the way across the top.
Then to work the second line, it starts with 2 times 1, which equals 2. Then continues with 2 times 2 equals 4. The whole second row is the two-times table. This same pattern continues throughout the entire 1 to 15 multiplication tables.
You will also notice the color coding on the graph. This represents the answers which are the same, on both the vertical and horizontal rows of the graph.
The blank worksheets can be used to work the problems, and then checked by the multiplication chart with the answers.
Multiplication Times Tables Sheets
I have also created and included some free multiplication times tables. These are set up as individual problems to work and get each simple multiplication fact. Adding multiplication problems to the chart is a great way to mix things up and help kids recognize that there is more than one way to work their multiplication tables.
Multiplication Times Tables
Not only is there a chart with multiplication tables ranging from 1 times all the way through 15 times tables, but also available to you for free are blank multiplication tables that can be solved as individual problems. This is a great tool to mix things up and help kids learn their times table facts.
You can also hang on to both of these multiplication tables to help kids learn the problems, plus they make a perfect reference sheet to look back on if you get stuck. Each times table chart is a great way to help your kids learn and stay sharp on their multiplication tables.
Bonus Items Included
In addition to the basic multiplication chart for 1’s through 15’s times tables, this download also includes various colors and designs that you can choose from.
I have also created a few different versions that come with this download as well. In addition to learning multiplication tables up through fifteen, there are a few options that are fewer, so that your child can focus on learning the basics, up through nine-times multiplication tables, then one up through ten times.
Yet another version contains up through twelve times tables. Then, if you would like to help your child with some stretch goals, this free download even contains a multiplication chart with tables 1 through 20!
Free Printable Multiplication Table
To download these free multiplication table printable charts, all you have to do is enter your email address in the box below, then click the download button. Your free multiplication charts will be sent to your email inbox in PDF format.
The download is a high resolution file that is US Letter size, and can be printed on any home printers. Please note that these free printables are for your personal use only and not for commercial distribution.
Perfect Multiplication Chart
These free multiplication charts are the perfect tool to help your child master their multiplication tables. No matter if you are simply trying to help them learn their tables, or if they are practicing to help with their everyday life, you can’t go wrong with these free multiplication facts worksheets.
I hope you enjoy this free download! Thank you so much for stopping by!
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