Math Blaster's large collection of multiplication worksheets, multiplication word problems and fun multiplication activities is perfect for practicing multiplication problems. Everything here is free, and for your convenience, printable.
When the king ordered for cut glass triangles, he didn’t mean for them to be broken! Unfortunately, now only a skilled multiplier can help put the broken pieces together again. Do you think you’re up to the task? See more
A twist on the classic word search type of activities, here students must try and identify the multiplication facts hidden in the jumble of numbers. See more
Test your mathematical ability by solving math problems and comparing your answers with the calculator’s in ‘Calculator Match’. See more
Number Patterns is an activity that teachers can use to help their students understand multiplication better. The activity is about products and how they are related to each other. See more
Silly rhymes, funny drawings and lots of laughter – who would think this was a math activity? Students need to use their logical thinking and multiplication skills to solve the multiplication problems in this fun printable activity. See more
Help 3rd graders get better at solving multiplication problems with our fun math activity ‘The Princess Counts by 2s and 5s’. See more
Teach kids multiplication with our fun math activity for 2nd and 3rd graders ‘Star Count’. Solving multiplication problems won’t be a problem anymore! See more
Teach kids to solve multiplication problems using lattices with our fun ‘Lattice Multiplication’ worksheet! See more
We’ve all done crossword puzzles. This worksheet is a printable crossword puzzle with a twist – the clues are math problems! See more
Teach your kids about fact families with this fun printable math worksheet! See more
It’s time to paint to space cycle! Exciting, isn’t it? But what is this? The colors that need to be used are coded! See more
Try and find your way out of this one! This fun printable math worksheet will test your kids' multiplication and division skills. See more
Multiple Mania is a simple printable activity that teachers can use to revise the multiplication tables of numbers up to 5. See more
Students race to create their own robots in this fun printable multiplication game. Students can only add a body part to their robot when they win a round. See more
Help kids sharpen their mental math skills with ‘Hot Potato’. This fun math activity has fun multiplication and division problems that 3rd graders have to do mentally. See more
Multiplication ProblemsInitially, kids may find multiplication problems difficult to solve. This is especially likely if they are not good with their multiplication tables. Both problems can be taken care of by regular practice of multiplication problems.
Practicing Multiplication Problems
Parents can find plenty of websites with free multiplication problems that can be used for extra practice. Multiplication worksheets have multiplication problems of all difficulty levels for students of different grades. Parents should find multiplication problems that match the mathematical aptitude of their children. Solving lots of practice problems will increase the speed and accuracy with which children can solve multiplication problems. This in turn increases the child’s confidence and liking of the subject.
Multiplication Word Problems
Multiplication story problems are multiplication problems presented through a story. To solve the problem, one must read the story and figure out what math equation will help find the answer to the question asked at the end of the story. The story is usually about an everyday occurrence that children are likely to be familiar with. Multiplication story problems are more commonly called multiplication word problems. In order to solve multiplication word problems, children need reading and comprehension skills in addition to multiplication skills. They should be able to understand how multiplication is used in everyday situations. Some multiplication word problems require more thought than others to solve. Solving many different multiplication word problems will familiarize kids with the different ways in which word problems must be solved. This will make it easy for the kid to solve even difficult word problems independently.