This multiplication book I made for the end of the year when we were leaning about multiplication and arrays. I had the kids draw (like an array), add, and multiply each equation. When I made the books I copied the cover on construction paper. Then I copied the set of equations and cut them in 2 and then staple on the left hand side the construction paper cover and back. This cuts down on copies. I try to copy all of the covers for the different multiples on different colored construction paper. When I teach multiplication facts, I go over and teach that anything X0 is 0 and anything X1 is itself. That is why X0 or X1 are not included in the books or facts. You could also use this book with older students that have not learned their multiplication facts.