Times tables and division facts worksheets: Division Facts Worksheets
Posted onMultiplication and Division Speed Drill Worksheets – Facts of 6
 Years
Years: 3 — 6
A set of worksheets to help students develop fast and accurate recall of the six times tables.
Use these multiplication and division worksheets to help your students become more familiar with the six times table.
Why Is Fast and Accurate Recall of the Times Tables Important for Students?
Once your students have gained an understanding of the underlying principles of multiplication (repeated addition, groups, arrays), is it time to focus on speedy and accurate recall of these facts. Having these facts at their fingertips will make mental computations more efficient and will significantly assistant their understanding of other mathematical concepts, such as fractions.
What Does This Resource Contain?
This resource contains:
 one page of 80 multiplication questions for the six times table
 one page of 80 multiplication and division questions for the six times table
 answers for both sets of questions.
How Could This Resource Be Used?
The key to fast and accurate recall of multiplication facts is practise, practise, practise!
Provide these worksheets to your students to work on at home during the week. At the end of the week, provide them with the same worksheet and time how long it takes them to complete the questions. Remember, the focus is to achieve both speed and accuracy. Remind your students that there is no point completing quickly if the answers are incorrect. Similarly, there is little point being accurate if it takes hours to do so!
For the purposes of differentiation, you must wish to vary the time at which you introduce the speed challenge to your students. Some students will need more time to consolidate their recall of these facts, and the time challenge may stress them or lead to a decrease in confidence if introduced too early.

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Fact Family Mazes Differentiated Worksheet Set
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Multiplication and Division Fact Families Teaching Presentation
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Division Tables — From 1 to 12 Math Resources
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The Multiplication and division resource above is aligned (wholly or partially) with standard 3OA07 taken from the Common Core Standards For Mathematics (see the extract below). The various resources listed below are aligned to the same standard.
Fluently multiply and divide within 100, using strategies such as the relationship between multiplication and division (e.g., knowing that 8 x 5 = 40, one knows 40 ÷ 5 = 8) or properties of operations. By the end of Grade 3, know from memory all products of two onedigit numbers.
Activity
Cards
 Matching Multiplication Cards (3x table) (different representations of multiplication)
 Matching Multiplication Cards (4x table) (different representations of multiplication)
 Matching Multiplication Cards (5x table) (different representations of multiplication)
 Matching Multiplication Cards (6x table) (different representations of multiplication)
 Matching Multiplication Cards (7x table) (different representations of multiplication)
 Matching Multiplication Cards (8x table) (different representations of multiplication)
Chart
Multiplication Charts
 Products to 100 : 4 per page (pocketsize)
 Adjustable Multiplication Chart (set the rows and columns)
 Multiplication Chart (To Scale)
 Products to 100 e. g. 1 x 1 to 10 x 10
 Products to 144 e.g. 1 x 1 to 12 x 12
Multiplication Tables
 Multiplication Tables (x1 to x12) (in color)
 A Multiplication Wheel (select table 1 to 10 – includes shuffle option)
Example/Guidance
 Memorizing Multiplication Facts
Flashcard
 Dividing by 2, 3, 4, ?, 11, 12 options for up to 144 cards
 Dividends to 45 e.g. 45 ÷ 5
 Dividends to 81 e.g. 81 ÷ 9
 Products to 45 e.g. 6 x 4
 Products to 81 e.g. 8 x 7
 1 times (1x) to 12 times (12x) tables Select Table From Dropdown box – 144 possible cards
 Division – Divisors to 5
 Division – Divisors to 9
 Division – Divisors to 12
 Flashcards: Two to Twelve times tables e.g. up to 12 x 12
 Multiplication – Multipliers to 5
 Multiplication – Multipliers to 9
 Multiplication – Multipliers to 12
Cards
 Printable Fact Triangles (Multiplication & Division) – 7 pages, small, medium, & large sizes
 Fact Triangles (Multiplication & Division)
Game
Build The Answer Games
 Magnets: 2x to 10x tables
 What Operator Symbol is Missing? e. g. 5 ? 4 = 9, 20 ? 5 = 4
Matching Game
 Double The Number Game (1 of 2)
 Double The Number Game (2 of 2)
 Multiplication to 25 (e.g. 5 x 5)
 Multiplication to 45 (e.g. 5 x 9)
 Multiplication to 81 (e.g. 9 x 9)
 2x to 9x tables
Target Game
 2x, 5x, & 10x tables only
 Doubles & Halves
 Times Tables Target Game (2 to 9 – optional time limits)
Number line
 Blank: 10 Intervals & Hops – for practice with times tables and other patterns
Puzzle
Crossword
 Multiplication Crossword (to x10)
 Multiplication Crossword (to x12)
Multiplication Boxes
 Multiplication Boxes (2x to 7x Tables)
 Multiplication Boxes (7x to 12x Tables)
Multiplication Squares
 Multiplication Squares (Fiddly)
 Multiplication Squares (Tricky)
Number Jumbles
 Multiplication Jumbles (Fiddly)
 Multiplication Jumbles (Tricky)
 Multiplication Jumbles (Trickier)
Table
 Printable division tables & flash cards
Division tables
 Dividing by 1 through 6 e. g. 6 tables/ page
 Dividing by 1 through 12 e.g. 12 tables/ page
Multiplication Tables
 1 times table (1x)
 1x to 6x e.g. 6 tables/ page
 1x to 12x e.g. 12 tables/ page
 2 times table (2x)
 3 times table (3x)
 4 times table (4x)
 5 times table (5x)
 6 times table (6x)
 7 times table (7x)
 8 times table (8x)
 9 times table (9x)
Worksheet
 Doubles up to 10 e.g. 2 x 1 up to 2 x 10
 Doubles up to 50 e.g. 4 x 9 = 36 so 8 x 9 = 72
 2x table e.g. 1 x 2 to 10 x 2
 3x table e.g. 1 x 3 to 10 x 3
 4x table e.g. 1 x 4 to 10 x 4
 5x table e.g. 1 x 5 to 10 x 5
 6x table e.g. 1 x 6 to 10 x 6
 7x table e.g. 1 x 7 to 10 x 7
 8x table e.g. 1 x 8 to 10 x 8
 9x table e.g. 1 x 9 to 10 x 9
 10x table e.g. 1 x 10 to 10 x 10
 2x & 4x tables
 3x & 6x tables
 Multiplying by 2 thru’ 9: Mixed (1 of 4)
 Multiplying by 2 thru’ 9: Mixed (2 of 4)
Mathematics project «Multiplication table in life» — UchMet
Table
multiplication in human life.
Before
how to start a project we asked ourselves:
Why do we need a multiplication table?
And decided
interview people of different ages, and
unexpectedly got a lot of interesting
responses:
For example 2
class students answered like this:
1. plus
counting is not convenient
2. it will come in handy
when buying 2 things at the same price
3. so faster
count
3rd grade answered
so:
1.Yes
calculator
2.without it
manage
5th grade
answered like this:
1. she helps
on the test
2.multiply in
several times
3.fast
count mentally
4.something
check
5.helps
study well
6. she is not needed
9th grade answered
so:
1.this is the base
mathematics
2. just for fun
3. for delivery
GIA
5.in economic
goals
6. Whatever
understand other subjects (algebra,
geometry, etc.)
Grade 10
answered like this:
1. so as not to
cheated in the store
2.for teachers
do not swear
3.to
save on calculator
4.don’t know
5.to make money
count
6. just in case
case
7.not to
look stupid
We decided
ask the first graders who
did not begin to study it what is a table
multiplication?
Options
were such as:
1. I don’t know what
this is
2.a, this is c
plus signs
We also
asked adults, they answered us like this:
1. upon purchase
wallpaper store
2.on
physical education (count points, composition
teams in football count steps
before impact)
3.to be
literate
4. to understand everything
5. it is easier with her
count
Many answers
were repeated and we decided to generalize them:
But before
before the invention of the multiplication table
how they survived. We found out before
before the invention of the multiplication table
calculated by addition. And this
it was inconvenient and inaccurate.
We have become
interesting: how did the table appear
multiplication, who invented it and at what
circumstances she appeared, what
she was, who used her, was she
is it obligatory to study, etc.?
Using information on the Internet
we found a lot of different information on this
topic
Historical
Reference :
Japanese
archaeologists found a wooden tablet
with a fragment of the multiplication table, which
was made in the 8th century. It is known
that it was not used by children at all, but
adults. Moreover, the first table included
into itself and multiplication of twodigit numbers
each other and reached 20.
In China
a tablet was found containing
multiplication table fragment, age
which scientists have estimated at 27003000 years.
It turns out that even before the reign of the Great
Chinese wall, the Chinese are already
knew how much twice two would be. Not
It’s possible that they came up with
multiplication table for the first time.
in India in
more ancient
multiplication table options, age
which is estimated at 30003200 years. However
And this is far from a record. Perhaps the most
the world’s oldest multiplication tables were
found during excavations of ancient cities
Mesopotamia. They were applied with
cuneiform writing on clay tablets, age
which is 5000 years old.
Not excluded
and the fact that this system of oral counting
appeared independently in different places.
After all, the multiplication table is necessary
when a person deals with large
numbers and is forced to constantly make
arithmetic operations. So find out
the name of a brilliant mathematician who
was the first to think of recording the results
multiplication in the form of a table, most likely,
fail. Although in European culture
authorship of the multiplication table is attributed
famous Greek mathematician
Pythagoras, but no proof
this is not.
First time in
the school curriculum, it was introduced into
England at the end of the Middle Ages and it was
multiplication table up to 12, which the young
the British are going through to this day. And in
Indian students are still cramming the original
table option — up to 20.
Where
multiplication table?
All
people use the multiplication table
sometimes they don’t even notice it. We
use the multiplication table to calculate
the approximate amount of the purchase in the store. Those
who work in the economic spheres
constantly collide with the table
multiplication and calculator can’t always
to be at hand, for example
meetings. We also often use
division is the opposite of multiplication.
When people open their business in
various sectors such as agriculture
you need to calculate how much food you need
for certain animals or what
the harvest will be given by this or that sowing.
For cooking
food calculate the amount of proportion
For home in
domestic situations
For work
in the store to return the change correctly
revision
For repair
calculate the number of materials
For payment
utilities
Slide 14 For
to multiply multidigit numbers
came up with such methods as a column and
lattice multiplication.
Some
children have difficulty remembering
multiplication tables. Standard way
her memorization — to memorize by
multiple repetitions aloud or
visually. But you can also use
other approaches. For example, you can
exercise on the internet
in the form of a game. Someone for the best
memorizing the multiplication table
help the use of verses. A bunch of
poems and counting rhymes invented for
memorizing the multiplication table.
Also available
some tricks let’s say we can
use your hands.
Output:
Table
multiplication is mandatory for
study, this is the basics of mathematics and we are on
subconscious daily
use it without even noticing it.
It helps to avoid long and painstaking
computing. With its help, you can easily
quickly calculate what we need not
while adding numbers, because in such
long calculations can be confusing,
and we all know that mathematics, science
accurate and does not tolerate mistakes, but if it is
is about the construction of the building, because if that
then it will be calculated incorrectly, it’s just
collapse and endanger people
who were in it. And so it happens
not only in the construction of buildings but also in
many other situations. On the table
multiplication can be said built the whole
the world, and if it weren’t there, we lived with you
would be completely different.
Mathematics project on the topic «Multiplication Table»
PROJECT
Table
multiplication
Project manager: Kodzoeva Lyudmila
Israpilovna
Prepared the project: 2nd grade student
Victoria Kulakova
s.Nikolaevka
2016
Passport
project
Project name :
«Multiplication table»
Project manager: Kodzoeva
Lyudmila Israpilovna
Type of project: information and educational,
research,
Subject :
mathematics
goal
project :
ideas about the multiplication table;
Instill
love for mathematics;
Learn
find and analyze information;
Project objectives :
Broaden your horizons, develop mathematical
thinking
Get to know different ways
learning multiplication tables.
Development of memory;
Create conditions for cognitive research,
creative activity;
Contribute
development of interest in the exact sciences.
Item
research: multiplication table
Stages of project activity:
Stage 1: motivational
— set goals and objectives.
2
stage : preparatory — selection
illustrative, material;
Stage 3 :
practical — learn interesting facts about the multiplication table
4
stage : final — prepare a presentation
about the multiplication table
5
stage : final — assessment of activities for
project
table
multiplication
Worthy
respect.
She
always right in everything,
So that
no matter what happens in the world,
A
still will be twice two
Still
four.
(S.Ya.
Marshak “Twice Two”)
One of the most important branches of mathematics 2
class — multiplication table. The second grader must learn to find results
tabular multiplication not only correctly and quickly, but also consciously, and the table
know multiplication by heart.
We make sure that people do not think about
how much will be three times eight or seven times four…
The faster we think, the higher our abilities. Then your ability
we will be able to skillfully apply in production, in business and in everyday life … Imagine
the seller has not yet managed to dial the first digit on the calculator, and the answer is how much
the cost of the goods is already in your mind.
But before the invention of the table
multiplication people somehow survived. We found out that before the invention of the table
multiplications were all calculated using addition. And it was not convenient and not accurate.
It became interesting to us: how did the
multiplication table, who invented it and under what circumstances it appeared,
what was it like, who used it, was it required to study, etc. ?
Using the information on the Internet, we found a lot of different information on
this topic
Historical
reference :
Japanese archaeologists discovered a wooden
a tablet with a fragment of the multiplication table, which was made in the VIII century.
It is known that it was not used by children at all, but by adults. And the first table
included the multiplication of twodigit numbers with each other and reached 20.
A tablet was found in China,
containing a fragment of the multiplication table, the age of which scientists estimated at
27003000 years. It turns out that even before the reign of the Great Wall of China, the Chinese
already knew exactly how much twice two would be. It is possible that they are
invented the first multiplication table.
More than
ancient versions of the multiplication table, whose age is estimated at 30003200
years. However, this is far from a record. Perhaps the world’s oldest tables
multiplications were found during excavations of the cities of Ancient Mesopotamia. They were
inscribed in cuneiform on clay tablets that are
5000 years.
It is also possible that this system
The oral account appeared independently in different places. Because the multiplication table
necessary when a person deals with large numbers and is forced to
constantly perform arithmetic operations. Therefore, to know the name of the genius
mathematician who first thought of writing the results of multiplication in the form
tables will most likely fail. Although in European culture authorship
multiplication tables is attributed to the famous Greek mathematician Pythagoras, but no
there is no evidence for this.
For the first time in the school curriculum, she was
introduced in England at the end of the Middle Ages and it was the multiplication table up to 12,
which young Britons go through to this day. And in India, students are still
cramming the original version of the table — up to 20.
Where
multiplication table?
All people use the multiplication table
sometimes they don’t even notice it. We use the multiplication table to count
the approximate amount of the purchase in the store. Those who work in the economic spheres
are constantly faced with the multiplication table and the calculator can not always
to be at hand, for example, at meetings. We also often use division
the inverse of multiplication. When people open their own business in different areas
for example, in agriculture, you need to calculate how much feed is needed for those
or other animals, or what kind of crop this or that crop will give.
table
Pythagoras
In European culture, the authorship of the table
multiplication is attributed to the famous Greek mathematician Pythagoras (570490
years BC).
For the first time in the school curriculum, she was
introduced in England at the end of the Middle Ages. It was a multiplication table up to 12,
which, by the way, young Britons go through to this day. And in India, students are still
since cramming the original version of the table — up to 20.
Species
tables
Until the 5th century, the rows of the table were cluttered
the words «once», «twice», «thrice», etc. Only in the 6th century the table was brought to
to the form that we know, then Arabic numerals appeared in Europe. Her
began to be called Pythagorean, after the name of the ancient Greek philosopher, priest,
geometry, mathematics Pythagoras.
Varieties of the Pythagorean multiplication table
steel tables created by the French mathematician Schuke, the German mathematician
Widman. These tables were already triangular.
Pythagorean multiplication table in
reality was a skillful substitute for true knowledge about the laws and
mechanisms of numerical multiplication. With this table, Pythagoras gave the world a mighty
means of calculation for any practical application, but never disclosed
true mysteries of numbers. Pythagoras was proud of his Multiplication Table, calling it
their highest achievement.
Secrets
multiplication tables.
We all know that learning the multiplication table
necessary. And it is necessary because knowing by heart the multiplication / division table from
1 to 10, the child will easily master outoftable multiplication and division.
But what is the easiest way to learn a table
multiplication. The answer is ambiguous, each child needs an individual approach.
But still there are shared secrets.
First you need to understand what is
multiplication. Multiplication is related to the action of addition. The numbers to be multiplied are called
factors, and the resulting number is called the product.
So let’s start by multiplying by 2:
What is 2 × 2, it’s 2 + 2 and equals 4.
Let’s put two sweets on one plate and
two more candies on another. If you count all the candies together you get four,
i.e. 2 candies multiplied by 2 plates, you get 4 candies: 2 × 2 = 4.
Now, to check the result,
Divide the 4 candies back into two plates: 4 ÷ 2 = 2.
candies? Of course, four plates. If you put on each plate
candy:
4 ÷ 4 = 1
4 ÷ 1 = 4
check: 4 × 1 = 4.
candy. We count all the candies, we get 6, how did it happen? Three candies multiplied
on two plates: 3 × 2 \u003d 3 + 3 \u003d 2 + 2 + 2 \u003d 6.
That is, three times two is 2 times
3 or 3 times 2, and if you take three plates of two sweets, then it’s all the same
you get 6 candies.
From reversal of multipliers
the product does not change: 3 × 2 = 2 × 3 = 6.
Now
division: 6 ÷ 2 = 3, take 6 sweets and arrange them equally on two plates,
we get three candies on each. We also show the division of six candies according to
three plates, we get two sweets on each plate: 6 ÷ 3 = 2.
Thus,
you can parse each example of multiplying by 2, by 3, and so on.
When we will confidently solve such examples, we will proceed to
gradual memorization of the multiplication table, first by 2, then by 3, and so on
up to 9.
Features of multiplication by 1 and 10:
When multiplying any number by 1, in
As a result, get the same number:
1 × 1 = 1
1 × 2 = 2
1 × 3 = 3
1 × 99 = 99
and so on.
When multiplying any number by 10, in
As a result, we get the same number, but with a zero added to the right: 10 × 3
\u003d 30, one zero, because there is one zero in the number 10, and if you multiply not by 10, but
by 100, we get two zeros on the right: 100 × 3 = 300. And so on from 1000,
10000…
That is, in order to multiply a number by
10, 100, 1000 and so on (for example 4 × 10), first remember the rule
multiplication by 1, that is, we write the same number (4) and add to it on the right
as many zeros as in the second factor (10), (4 × 10 = 40).
Any number,
multiplied by 0 gives 0:
and so on.
One
of the basic rules of multiplication is the commutative law or otherwise,
commutative, and it sounds like this: “From rearranging factors in places,
the work does not change.
Remember that the same result
multiplications are sometimes given in different ways, such as 4×5=20 and 5×4=20. That is
task 3×7 or 7×3 is the same thing.
If you show in practice this or that
product from the multiplication table, it will be much easier to remember it. Eg,
you can ask a child how many paws there are in three cats, the answer is obvious —
it’s 12, so 3*4=12.
Ways
memorizing multiplication tables in verses
The multiplication table is the most popular
mathematical tool for calculations. It is used by almost everyone and
at every step. Therefore, it is imperative to know how to quickly and easily learn
multiplication table and help these to your child.
The phrase «You must know this as a table
multiplication» is familiar to everyone. But how much work is needed to remember these simple
at a glance, examples. What tricks did people come up with to
make your life easier. And in fact, it is quite realistic to learn the table
multiplication!
Human memory is unique and its
the possibilities are very great. The student will remember the table much better if he
the meaning of the action will be clear. Therefore, before conquering mathematical
vertices, you need to explain to the child what the multiplication table is for, like this
knowledge will be useful to him in everyday life and what underlies the table.
When the student begins to memorize,
it must be remembered that during «memorization» the mechanical form of memory dominates,
therefore, cramming is also able to provide an invaluable service in this case. A
it is a little easier for elementary school students to use this particular type of memory.
Why? Because with age, the level of mechanical memory decreases.
To someone for better memorization
multiplication tables can help the use of verses. For example, such:
Pupils and pupils!
To make it easier for you to count,
We decided to write the Pythagorean table
In verse.
It is easy to find a solution using it,
It is enough to read the couplet,
And to remember the calculations,
Everywhere has its own hint!
Well, let’s not delay,
We’ll get a notebook and a pencil
And let’s get down to business briskly.
So, the TWO goes to the start!
Multiplying two by one,
We get TWO — a swanbird,
Each student saves
From these «birds» his diary.
Children all over the world know
That twice two is FOUR.
They should also take into account,
That twice three we get SIX…
Everyone should know the table
multiplication. It gives the basic knowledge that we use in everyday life.
Learning is hard and difficult. But the process of overcoming difficulties builds character.
person.
Lot
miracles on the planet
TAM
exists HERE…
But
multiplication, children —
too
one of the wonders.
Remember
firmly table
though
in reality, even in a dream!
B
life will be useful.
How
useful to me too.
Multiplication table is mandatory
to study, this is the basics of mathematics and we are on a subconscious level every day
use it without even noticing it.