teaching resource

# Large Multiplication Chart (Blank)

• Updated:  13 Nov 2023

Use this 4-page blank multiplication chart to teach your students about finding products, multiples and number patterns.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  4 Pages

• Years:  3 - 5

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teaching resource

# Large Multiplication Chart (Blank)

• Updated:  13 Nov 2023

Use this 4-page blank multiplication chart to teach your students about finding products, multiples and number patterns.

• Non-Editable:  PDF

• Pages:  4 Pages

• Years:  3 - 5

Use this 4-page blank multiplication chart to teach your students about finding products, multiples and number patterns.

## How to Use a Multiplication Chart

After students understand the concept of multiplication by means of equal groups, arrays and skip counting, they may be ready to look at a multiplication chart. If this is your student’s first time using this maths tool, have no fear! Let’s break down how to explain the process of using a multiplication chart.

In order to use a multiplication chart to find the product of a multiplication problem, here are some steps for students to follow:

• Determine the factors of the problem. Simply put, these are the numbers you are multiplying together!
• Look at the left-hand side of the multiplication chart and find the first factor.
• Look at the numbers listed across the top of the multiplication chart and find the second factor.
• Using your fingers, move along the row that begins with the first factor until you reach the column that starts with the second factor. The box where these two numbers meet is the product!

## Looking For Printable Multiplication Charts?

Teach Starter has put together a large multiplication table that you can use with your students when teaching them how to multiply numbers together. This teacher-created resource prints as 4 separate pages. Simply tape or glue the pieces together, laminate if you wish and you are ready to go!

This template can be used when studying individual factors or if you are guiding your students to find additional patterns within a multiplication table. Students can use a whiteboard marker to write in the products for each multiplication fact.

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