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Multiplication Booklets for Math Practice

Math comes super easy for some kids, they just pick it right up while others need a little more practice. There is nothing wrong with needing a little more practice and making practice a little fun, or creative helps. These multiplication booklets are perfect for learning multiplication from the beginning.

TEACHING MULTIPLICATION TO YOUR KIDS

Multiplication Booklets for Math Practice

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I have a fourth grader who has been learning multiplication over the last couple years, and she’s doing great with it, but she hasn’t memorized it. She enjoys telling me she hates multiplication even though she’s quite good at it.

I also have a second grader who has started to learn multiplication and is super eager to learn. These multiplication math books have been a great way for her to learn from the beginning.

Both of my girls lead to my making these helpful multiplication booklet for both introducing multiplication and helping with memorizing the facts from 2-12. I hope they’ll have your learners too.

Teaching Multiplication Facts

Teaching multiplication to your kids can be super easy, or super frustrating. Or both. Some days it is both. Yesterday it was both. I drank a lot of coffee getting through out math lessons.

There are moments when everything is clicking along, they are understanding it easily, and loving it, loving that they are understanding their math. Those are the best. But for the other times we have hands on learning resources to help out.

How to use these Multiplication Booklets

I created these booklets to give my kids a change to practice more, and to learn! I laminated them to be able to reuse them again and again with dry erase markers.

These are great for using in math centers in both your public/private school classroom or your homeschool class. Or for extra help and practice. My kids can grab them whenever they feel like practicing.

Sometimes it takes putting the math curriculum aside and doing to something different.

Switching how you teach can make all the different. Looking a a page in a workbook could be daunting for a child who lacks confidence.

Let’s find a way to teach them and to practice skills and concepts in a less formal way.

You might also be interested in these bookmark style multiplication cards 1-12. We have these on a ring clip for us to flip through at anytime.

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