Need a printable multiplication chart? You can quickly and easily print out one below. I've got both 12 x 12 and 15 x 15 printable charts.
Several brain games on this site, such as Brain Tuner, require rapid multiplication. If it has been awhile since you computed anything without a calculator, this handy multiplication chart is the perfect way to refresh your memory.
I made these multiplication table printouts. You have my permission to print, copy, and distribute them to anyone as long as the copyright notice at the bottom of the page stays in place.
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This is what the charts look like. See below to choose size.
The 12 x 12 multiplication chart is available in three sizes. The 15 x 15 chart comes in one size.
12x12 Large Chart. This version is about 9"x6" in size. Print out this chart for hanging on the wall of your home or classroom.
12x12 Medium Chart. This version is about 4"x6" in size. This size is ideal for cutting out and pasting onto a 4" x 6" index card. If you are a teacher, this is an easy way to provide your students with their own pocket chart.
12x12 Small Chart. This version is 3"x4.5". This size fits on a 3" x 5" index card. You may find the numbers a bit hard to read at this size.
15x15 Multiplication Chart. This is a 15x15 multiplication chart for all you overachievers out there! Prints in landscape mode.
Click a link above to open that chart as a PDF document in a new window. You can print the chart by clicking the Printer icon at the top of the PDF page. This opens a Print window where you can set print options such as number of copies.
Note: If you need the chart in a custom size, send me a message through my Contact Me page. I can probably make it for you, at no charge.
Teachers: Have your students fill in their own chart. Here is a blank multiplication chart you can print out and distribute to your class for free:
When students write the multiplication facts themselves, the facts are set more firmly in memory.
According to the Dual Coding theory of learning, each sense has its own memory pathway. Thus, the action of writing the products on the chart may help students better remember them.
For a simple brain exercise, print out the multiplication chart and keep it on your desk or near your computer for about two weeks.
Review the chart for about 10 minutes a day. Hide the answers with your hand or a small piece of paper as you try to recall them.
Within a few days, you will have mastered the multiplication tables and completed an excellent workout for your memory.
This printable multiplication chart is also useful for students who are memorizing the multiplication facts for the first time.
If you've got several students who may be using the chart, consider printing the chart on bright card stock and laminating it, as one visitor has done. Your local print shop (e.g., Kinko's, UPS Store, etc.) may be able to help you with that.
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