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Blank Multiplication Chart

Free Blank Multiplication Chart

  • Children fill in the blank chart, then colour all the number patterns.

  • Use along with our multiplication games and activities flashcards.

 

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  • Children fill in the blank chart, then colour all the number patterns - for example, colour the even numbers green, odd numbers red, multiples of 10 purple.

  • Use along with our multiplication games and activities flashcards.

  • Use this chart as a blackline master template.  Fill in some of the answers then print as worksheets- children fill in the rest.

  • Partner work - Each partner fills in some of the chart, partners swap charts and complete each others chart.  They then check each others work and can give praise, rewards, ticks etc.

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