This print out will allow you to give the students a tool to use with the video. Print, cut, fold. The kids then rotate it to guide them using the one's place to their multiplication facts for the 1/2/3/4/6/7/8/9's.
My students eventually learn to make these simple forms on their benchmarks/state tests to confirm they have the correct answer. The form is free, but will not really make sense until the kids watch/learn from the video what the numbers represent. What I like best is that the students are guided to the correct answer, but are not given it like a traditional 10x10 multiplication chart. As the student can create these two grids during an exam/benchmark/state test, they need not "qualify" for the assistance. I have seen students use them for about six months until their facts are memorized and they no longer need them.