# Multiplication Chart Tips

Multiplication charts can be challenging to learn. But your effort is essential because if you memorize the multiplication chart, you will be able to calculate the product of two numbers quickly and find that other math concepts like division, fractions, factorization etc. are easier to solve.
In this article, you will learn 7 tips to memorize multiplication tables without a hitch, along with printable multiplication tables and charts. Enjoy!

### How to Memorize Multiplication Tables?

Here are the 7 tips to memorize multiplication chart easily.

1. Hang up a multiplication chart
2. Listen to some fun Multiplication songs
3. Play multiplication games
4. Practice Skip counting
5. Practice by Writing
6. Identify Patterns
7. Every multiplication has a twin

### 1. Hang up a multiplication chart

The first step is downloading our smartcalss4kids helpful multiplication chart (Ask your parents for help). Next, hang (or paste) the printed multiplication chart up in a place where you will see it regularly. Spend at least five minutes on this chart daily; remember to run through the tables. Over time you will notice that you are reciting the tables without the chart. ### 2. Listen to some fun Multiplication songs

Another great way to get the multiplication table information stuck in your head is catchy music! This is a fun and fast working trick that is bound to work. I recommend checking out these following videos.

### 3. Play multiplication games

Playing games can help you get a better sense of your strengths and weakness. When you play multiplication games you can learn, have fun, and boost your confidence.

### 4. Practice skip counting

First of all, have a number like 5, then add that same number over and over again, 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 (keep count of how much you add). For example, if you begin by 10, keep adding that number each time you count. Therefore you’d say 10, 20, 30, 40.

### 5. Practice by writing

Writing is one of the best tools to memorize times table. Try to make a habit of writing multiplication table everyday. Solving ‘Multiplication Table Missing Numbers’ can also going to help you tremendously. ### 6. Identify Patterns

If you see the multiplication table, you will find that every times table has its own pattern. For example, In the table of 5, you can notice that only 5 and 0 is coming alternatively at ones place value:
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
50

In the table 8:
8
16
24
32
40
48
56
64
72
80

you can notice that the value of ones place is decreasing by 2 till 40 and again starts increasing by 2 till 80. Identifying pattern can help you to memorize these times tables faster.

### 7. Every multiplication has a pair

For example, if you forget 7×3, you might remember 3×7=21. This way, you only have to remember half the times table.    1. 12 x 7 = ?
2. 8 x ? = 64
3. 5 x 9 = ?
4. 11 x ? = 77
5. 6 x 3 = ?
6. 9 x ? = 54
7. 3 x ? = 18
8. 4 x 9 = ?
9. 7 x 5 = ?
10. 13 x 3 = ?

1 . 84
2 . 8
3 . 45
4 . 7
5 . 18
6. 6
7. 6
8. 36
9. 35
10. 39

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