Best Free Printable Multiplication Charts

Last updated: December 14, 2023

Welcome to our multiplication charts page! Everyone learns in their own unique way, so we've created a variety of multiplication charts, each designed to cater to different learning preferences. Whether you're just starting with multiplication or ready to tackle bigger numbers we've got a chart for you, with tables ranging from 1-9, 1-10, 1-12, all the way up to 1-100. We've even styled them differently to make your learning more engaging. Whether you prefer the clean, classic look or love a splash of color, we've got you covered!

Free printable Multiplication Chart

My daughter has been learning her multiplication tables, and my son, who is a few years older, is already exploring numbers beyond 12x12. Watching their learning journeys unfold, we were inspired to create these multiplication charts to help them learn. We hope they can be a helpful tool for you or your children too!

Contents

Looking for a specific size of times table chart? Click on the links to jump to a particular multiplication chart size, or scroll down the page to view them all.

1-9 | 1-10 | 1-12 | 1-15 | 1-20 | 1-100

1-12 Multiplication Charts (Most Popular)

This 1-12 times table chart is a traditional choice, covering multiplication facts typically taught in schools. It's a practical resource for regular practice.

I've created these multiplication charts in a variety of styles to cater to different learning preferences. Each style is designed to highlight certain aspects of multiplication. Remember, there's no 'one-size-fits-all' when it comes to learning styles. Feel free to try different ones and see which suits your child best.

Simple

The Simple style provides a no-frills, clear approach to learning multiplication. With black text on white, it's all about focusing on the numbers without any distractions. Also, it should print well on even the simplest of printers.

Multiplication Chart 1 12 Simple

Simple 1-12 Multiplication Chart


Diagonal

This Diagonal style highlights square numbers to help learners visualize and remember these specific multiplication facts more easily. Also, it brings attention to the symmetry of the times tables, e.g., 2 × 4 = 4 × 2.

Multiplication Chart 1 12 Diagonal

Highlighted Square Numbers 1-12 Times Table Chart


Striped Rows

Shading alternate rows helps break up the information, making it less overwhelming and easier to track horizontally across a row. This could benefit learners who might find the full table a bit daunting at first glance.

Multiplication Chart 1 12 Horizontal Stripes

Striped Rows 1-12 Multiplication Chart


Striped Columns

Shading alternate columns offers similar benefits to horizontal shading but in the vertical direction. This can help learners track down a column more easily and may suit those who think more vertically or column-wise.

Multiplication Chart 1 12 Vertical Stripes

Striped Columns 1-12 Multiplication Chart


Bands

Our Bands style times table chart offers a great way for your child to track their learning progress. If you've learned up to a certain band, you know all the facts up to that level, making this a great tool for self-assessment.

Multiplication Chart 1 12 Bands

Banded 1-12 Multiplication Chart


Rainbow Bands

The Rainbow Bands style is a colorful way to learn multiplication. Each band's color not only adds visual appeal but also serves as a learning milestone. For instance, if your child learns everything up to the green band then they know all their multiplication facts up to 6×6. This makes for a fun and motivating way to track their progress as they work their way up the rainbow.

Multiplication Chart 1 12 Rainbow Bands

Rainbow Bands 1-12 Multiplication Chart


1-9 Multiplication Charts

The 1-9 times table provides a simpler start for multiplication beginners. It's a good choice for early learners who are still building their confidence.

1-10 Multiplication Charts

The 1-10 times table is a practical learning aid for beginners. It reinforces the base-10 system and serves as a good introduction to multiplication.

1-15 Multiplication Chart

If you're looking to stretch your child's multiplication range a bit, the 1-15 times table could be useful. It offers an expanded set of multiplication facts for additional practice.

1-20 Multiplication Chart

Moving beyond the traditional multiplication range, the 1-20 times table offers an extended set of multiplication facts. It's suitable for learners who are ready to explore more.

1-100 Multiplication Charts

The 1-100 times table is an expansive chart for kids who are ambitious learners. It allows them to explore larger multiplication facts and observe intriguing patterns in numbers.

Printing & Assembly

Our 100 times tables printables are a bit unique compared to the rest on this page. With these, each downloadable PDF comes with four pages, not just one. You're probably thinking, "Why four pages?" Well, each page covers a 50x50 section of the whole 100x100 times table. We designed it this way because, honestly, if we tried to squish all that multiplication goodness onto one US Letter-sized page, it'd be so tiny you'd need a magnifying glass to read it!

So, how should you use these PDFs? It's super simple. First, print out all four pages. Next, grab a pair of scissors and trim off the white margins on each page. The final step is to tape the four pages together, and voilà, you'll have a large, easy-to-read times table chart!


Multiplication Chart 1 100 Simple

Simple 1-100 Multiplication Chart


Multiplication Chart 1 100 Diagonal

1-100 Times Table Chart with Square Numbers


Multiplication Chart 1 100 Horizontal Stripes

Horizontal Striped 1-100 Multiplication Chart


Multiplication Chart 1 100 Vertical Stripes

Vertical Striped 1-100 Multiplication Chart


Multiplication Chart 1 100 Bands

Banded 1-100 Times Table Chart


Multiplication Chart 1 100 Rainbow Bands

Rainbow Bands 1-100 Multiplication Chart


More Free Educational Printables

While you're here, don't forget to check out our other educational resources. Whether you're preparing for back to school or simply looking for some engaging activities for your kids, we've got plenty more printables for you to explore.

And if you want to hit the ground running when the school term begins, don't forget to check out our September and October calendars. Use them to plan study schedules, mark key dates, and keep everything on track as school swings into full gear.


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