Multi-Facts : Multiples of 3

A tale of two halves. The first half of the three's chart (3x1, 3x2, 3x3, 3x4, 3x5) usually offers little challenge to a student learning their facts. However, the second half of the chart (3x6, 3x7, 3x8, 3x9) needs more repetition to master.

In the age of calculators and computers, you may wonder whether or not learning multiplication facts is still important. Students will do better in all levels of their mathematic education if they have a solid understanding of their multiplication facts. Spending the time to master these facts will pay off in the future, and Multi-Facts puzzles are a fun way to do it!

Good Luck and Happy Learning!!

Note: Each printable PDF has 4 Multi-Facts Puzzles and the corresponding answer keys. Download links will be emailed to you after checkout.


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