Twenty pages for students to practice their times tables. Each page has 25-35 missing products in the Multiplication Chart. After students compute these and fill in the missing numbers, they must solve an additional four problems at the bottom of the page. Here is an example from one page:
1-What is the largest even one-digit missing number?
2-What is the smallest odd two-digit missing number?
3-Which multiples of three were missing?
4-Which even numbers were missing?
Each of these four questions has the exact number of blanks for that question (for this one: 1 blank, 1 blank, 10 blanks, and 17 blanks). So, on this page, your students will have solved 55 problems, not bad for one page of work. Did no notice the level of questioning? The first two questions have three elements students must use when analyzing the missing numbers (Q1: largest, even, one-digit; Q2: smallest, odd, two-digit). This level of complexity can help you challenge your Gifted or Advanced students. The third and fourth questions are NOT as simple as they look. Remember, 72 is a multiple of three (not just the products on the 3-line).
These lessons include: odd, even, one-digit, two-digit, multiples of 2-10, smallest and largest. An answer key is at the back. Take a look at the Preview to view a few sample pages.
If you would like some multiplication packets or slideshows, then click on any of these links:
Multiplication Facts: Where is the Mistake
Multiplication: Find the Errors
Multiplication Chart Madness
Multiplication: What is Missing
Multiplication Sequence Game
The Five-minute Multiplication Challenge
Multiplication Facts in Five Minutes
Multiplication from 1x1 to 10x10