# Multiplication Chart Printable & Times Tables (1-12) – Cute & Free Grids

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**Looking for a cute and free multiplication chart printable? Here you can find multiple free printable multiplication grid designs and times tables from 1 to 12 – in pretty colors and black & white. **

Multiplication is not essential only at school but in everyday life.

And the basic multiplication chart printable is an excellent help for children to learn multiplication tables. It is a fantastic visual aid tool for parents and teachers to help kids solve problems and apply to other concepts of the basics of mathematics.

The blank page ones are almost like math games!

You can print as many as you like and use them as a great educational tool for homeschool or classroom.

**HOW TO PRINT:** These printables are easy to print out and use – just follow these steps to get your worksheets printed:

- Scroll down until you find the design you’d like to print out
- Click on the instant download link under the image of the PDF
- An ad might pop up, so close the ad, and the PDF will appear
- Save the PDF to your computer and print them out.

**Psst! **The image has my logo on a banner but no worries, the PDFs come without it.

**Size:** US Letter – but some can be easily resized and printed as A4.

**Tip for printing: **I always recommend saving the file to the computer first so that it will print out using the correct printer settings you have set up.

So here are the multiplication charts. You can find both black and white and colorful chart designs. I hope you like them and find them helpful!

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## Cute blank multiplication chart 1 to 12 printables for kids

These super cute multiplication table chart printables are perfect for your child or student to practice all the tables from 1 to 12. All printables can be downloaded in PDF format.

### Blank Cute Pink Portrait Multiplication Chart

### Blank Cute Green Portrait Multiplication table chart

**DOWNLOAD:** Blank Cute Green Portrait Multiplication Chart 1 to 12

### Blank Cute Grey Portrait Multiplication chart

### Blank Cute Beige Portrait Multiplication table chart

**DOWNLOAD:** Blank Cute Beige Portrait Multiplication Chart 1 to 12

### Blank Cute Black and White chart (1-12) with a hint of pink

### Blank Cute Black and White grid (1-12) with a hint of green

## Super cute times tables 1-12

These cute times tables 1 to 12 can be used as bookmarks and whenever your child is reading they can learn multiplication facts at the same time.

### 1-12 Times tables (2 pages) – Cute Pastel Colors

**DOWNLOAD:** 1-12 times tables in cute pastel colors (2 pages)

### 1-12 Times tables Small (1 page) – Cute Pastel Colors

**DOWNLOAD:** All cute times tables 1 to 12 on one page – pastel colors

### 1-12 Times tables (1 page) – Black & White

**DOWNLOAD:** 1-12 table – black & white (small)

## Fun playing card design – 1 to 12 times tables

These free printable multiplication charts look like playing cards. You can find all the times tables from 1 to 12.

## Free printable multiplication charts 1 – 12 (Portrait)

Here are cute printable complete multiplication chart designs for the table of 12. You can use the blank times table chart to practice multiplication facts and the prefilled multiplication charts to place on the kids’ room or classroom wall.

### Pink portrait multiplication chart

**DOWNLOAD:** Pink Portrait Multiplication Chart

### Blank printable multiplication table (pink)

**DOWNLOAD:** Blank Pink Worksheet – Vertical

### Green portrait multiplication chart printable

### Blank free printable multiplication table (green)

**DOWNLOAD:** Green Practice Sheet

### Colorful hundreds chart – rainbow (portrait)

**DOWNLOAD:** Colorful 12×12 Chart Portrait

### Blank printable multiplication table rainbow colors

### Black & white portrait multiplication grid

**DOWNLOAD:** Black & White Grid (Vertical)

### Blank printable multiplication chart black & white portrait

**DOWNLOAD:** Blank Chart Black & White Portrait

## Multiplication table chart 12×12 (Landscape)

And here are the horizontal multiplication table charts.

### Multiplication chart – pink (landscape)

**DOWNLOAD:** Multiplication Chart Pink Landscape

### Blank printable multiplication table (pink)

**DOWNLOAD:** Blank Pink Worksheet – Horizontal

### Multiplication chart green (horizontal)

**DOWNLOAD:** Cute Green Practice Sheet Landscape

### Blank free printable multiplication table (green)

**DOWNLOAD:** Green Exercise Sheet

### Colorful multiplication chart – Landscape

**DOWNLOAD:** Multiplication Chart – bright colors

### Blank rainbow colors (landscape)

**DOWNLOAD:** Blank Rainbow Landscape Multiplication table chart

### Multiplication chart black & white horizontal

### Blank black & white landscape multiplication table chart

**DOWNLOAD:** Blank Chart Black & White Landscape

## Other free printable multiplication tables

- 1-10 Multiplication charts 1 to 10 (blank multiplication table included)
- 1-12 Multiplication charts 1 to 12 (blank multiplication table included)
- 1-15 Multiplication charts 1 to 15 (blank multiplication chart included)
- 1-20 Multiplication charts 1 to 20 (blank multiplication chart included)
- 1-25 Multiplication charts 1 to 25
- 1-30 Multiplication charts 1 to 30
- 1-50 Multiplication charts 1 to 50
- 1-100 Multiplication charts 1 to 100

## Free printable multiplication table (cute designs)

You can find cute multiplication tables from these posts.

The times tables show multiplication equations, and you can find more details, math facts, and equation worksheet printables from the posts.

## Math facts: Tips for multiplication charts

The easiest way to memorize multiplication tables 1-12 is to find patterns. And here are a few tips for each times table.

### Tips for 0 times table

All numbers multiplied by 0 equal 0.

**Example:** 0 x 1 = 0 and 0 x 173 = 0

### Tips for 1 times table

When you multiply any number with 1, the answer is always that number.

**Example:** 1 x 4 = 4 and 1 x 9 = 9. And 1 x 987 = 987.

### Tips for 2 times table

With the 2 times table, everything is doubled.

**Example:** So when 2 x 3 = 6, it’s the same as 3+3 – which is also 6.

2 x 7 = 14. So 7 + 7 is also 14.

### Tips for 3 times table

There are not many easy tips to remember 3 times table, but if you practice skip-counting, you’ll learn it very fast: 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, 18, 21, 24, 27, 30, 33, 36.

And if you only remember up to 5 x 3 (or so), you can always keep adding 3 until you get to the correct answer.

**Example:** 9 x 3 = ? but you remember 5 x 3 = 15, and keep adding three 15 + 3 + 3+ 3 +3 = 27.

### Tips for 4 times table

The best tip for 4 times table is to double the number and then double it again.

**Example:** 3 x 4 = 12 is the same as double the 3, which equals 6, and double the 6, which equals 12.

### Tips for 5 times table

All answers for 5 times table end either in a 0 or 5.

If you multiply 5 with an even number, the answer ends in 0.

**Example:** 5 x 2 = 10 and 5 x 6 equals 30.

If you multiply 5 with an odd number, the answer ends in 5.

**Example:** 5 x 3 = 15 and 5 x 7 equals 35.

### Tips for 6 times table

No awesome tips. Just practice. Remember to double-check that each answer is an even number.

And there’s kind of a pattern. The answers end to 6, 2, 8, 4, 0, and then again 6, 2, 8, 4, 0.

**Example:** 6, 12, 18, 24, 30 … 36, 42, 48, 54, 60 … 66, 72

### Tips for 7 times table

No awesome tips. Just practice.

**Example:** 7, 14, 21, 28, 35, 42, 49, 56, 63, 70, 77, 84 – you see very random.

But, if you’ll write the 7 times table in three columns there is kind of a pattern.

- The top row has 7 x 1, 7 x 2 and 7x 3.
- The middle one 7 x 4, 7 x 5 and 7 x 6.
- And to bottom one 7 x 7, 7 x 8 and 7 x9.

The last digits of the answers form 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 starting from the top right corner going down, then middle from top going down and then the far left column from top all the way down to the left bottom corner.

### Tips for 8 times table

With 8 times table, you need to double, double, and double once more!

**Example: **3 x 8 = 24, which is the same as when you

- first, double the 3 (which is 6)
- and then double the 6 (which is 12)
- and then again double the 12, which equals 24.

With the 8 times table, there is a pattern. The solutions to the equations always end at 8, 6, 4, 2, 0 … 8, 6, 4, 2, 0.

So skip count the last digits down by two.

**Example: **8, 16, 24, 32, 40 … 48, 56, 64, 72, 80 … 88, 96 and so on.

### Tips for 9 times table

There’s a super fun trick to memorize the 9 times table. This is how our math teacher helped us learn it!

The tens digit increases by one, and the units digit decreases by one.

### Tips for 10 times table

10 times table is definitely the easiest! Just add a 0 at the end of the number your multiplying by ten.

**Example:** 2 x 10 = 20 and 4 x 10 = 40 and so on…

### Tips for 11 times table

11 times table is also easy to remember. Just use the numbers you’re multiplying by eleven twice.

**Example:** 2 x 11 = 22 and 7 x 11 = 77 and so on..

### Tips for 12 times table

12 times table might feel difficult first, but you can divide the equation into two parts.

**Example:** 3 x 12 = 36 and it’s the same as 3 x 10 = 30 and 3 x 2 =6 added together.

Like 8 x 12 = 96 is the same as adding together 8 x 10 =80 and 8 x 2 =16.

## How to use the free printable multiplication charts

Learning times tables can be easy and fun!

Print the free printable multiplication charts to practice the multiplication facts.

Fill in the correct answers to the blank multiplication table and check the correct answers from the printable multiplication charts.

I always recommend saving the PDF to the computer before printing.

The more you practice, the better! And before you know it, the students master their times table charts.