This is a series of 10 quick Multiplication Table activities. I have used them as warm-ups, but they could easily serve as a quick quiz, exit slip, etc. In the 10 there are 7 where the numbers ascend chronologically, 3 where they do not which are notated in the name as "Mixed". You will also notice the last two forms do not give the factors but a row of answers where students have to work backwards to find the factors and then complete the table; these have been labeled as "Inverted". This allows you to show either growth progression or differentiation for advanced students.
I always had them pass their paper to their neighbor for checking so it saved me a lot of time and it gave the students immediate feedback.
They are also set to print with 4 to a page to help save paper. I understand the struggle!