Memorizing multiplication facts can be time consuming and tedious. Students need to memorize their basic multiplication facts, or they will fall further behind when the material gets more challenging. I created this packet to help my students who have not yet mastered their multiplication tables. I wanted to create something similar to "Rainbow Writing" with sight words, but for the multiplication tables. I have a page dedicated to each times table. I give students one or two times tables at a time to practice, and they can move on to the next ones once they have mastered them. Students must first fill in the answers, then write out the times tables, and last they try to write out the times tables from memory on the back of the worksheet (without peeking!). To make this activity more engaging, you can allow students to "rainbow" write and use colored pencils, or you can time them and track their progress each day to see how fast they get. This could also be used as homework to reinforce their times tables.