# Daily Multiplication Quiz

## Watch Your Child's Progress in Memorizing the Multiplication Tables with these Daily Quizzes

These multiplication quizzes measure your child's progress in memorizing the multiplication times tables, cover (almost) all of the times tables (through 12 x 12) (except for 0, 1, some 2s and some 3s), and come in 5 different formats. And, the 5 multiplication quizzes are right here - ready for you to copy and paste!

## Why Memorize the Multiplication Times Tables?

Memorizing the multiplication tables is essential for every 3rd, 4th and 5th grade student. If the times tables are not mastered by the end of 5th grade, it's probably not going to happen. Why? Because math then escalates into abstraction, never to return to the finite world of tangible numbers in the same focused way, and the average curriculum begins to focus more on reading and writing rather than math and sciences.

But, how do you help your child learn the multiplication times tables? Well, I suggest using lots of strategies, and especially using your child's favorite method more often. Go to my Horse Crazy Multiplication for more ideas.

However, we - along with our children - love to see our PROGRESS when climbing a mountain. And the Multiplication Times Tables are no different! Also, so often in the memorizing process, we feel like our child has mastered a times table, only to seemingly forget it next week when he/she is trying to memorize a different times table!

## How to Use these Multiplication Quizzes

When I went to write a quiz for my daughter on her multiplication times tables, I found that I inevitably would leave out some of the times tables. Sometimes I'd give her too many 4's tables, and not enough 8's times tables, etc. So, I created a 1-page quiz that has EVERY multiplication times table on it!

And, I created a different quiz for each day of the week - each with EVERY multiplication times table on it. So, it became a DAILY Multiplication Quiz.

Then, I created a quiz for just the easy times tables, and a quiz for just some of the times tables, so that kids who hadn't yet learned all 12 multiplication times tables could still do a daily multiplication quiz.

Here's how to use the Daily Multiplication Quizzes:

1. Usually, I have the student do some warm-ups. For example: I have the child write the 8's products in columns six times.

2. Then, the child gets out the timer and goes to town on the quiz.

3. When the child's done with the quiz, he/she writes his/her time at the top of the quiz (along with the date).

4. Then, the child enters the date and quiz time in a chart that records his/her Daily Multiplication Quiz times.

5. The chart has a column for "Notes" - meaning things like, "Yahoo! Best Score Ever!"

6. 3 minutes is the "mastery" mark. When your child can do the Daily Multiplication Quiz consistently (5+ consecutive days) in under 3 minutes, then your child has mastered those Multiplication Times Tables. If your child is on Level 1 or 2 of the quizzes, then move him/her up to the next level. If your child is on Level 3 Quiz, then move your child on to the Daily Division Quiz.

Let your child take ownership of this Multiplication Daily Quiz process! You'll be amazed at the self-motivation and self-confidence that will come from your child doing this process on his/her own without our hovering!

Give them the tools,

Step back,

& Let the Magic Happen!

## Get It Here!

After lots of friends asked me for the

Daily Multiplication Quizzes,

I put all 3 levels (5 days each) & Answer Keys,

plus a quiz times recording chart,

& 2 versions of the multiplication table & Answer Keys,

into one big 34 page PDF.

You can Get It Here at Scribd for \$1.

## Multiplication Quiz #1

### This is a sample - see more pages by clicking on the link above in the big blue box.

8 x 11 = ___________ 6 x 12 = ___________ 5 x 3 = _____________ 7 x 9 = ____________

10 x 10 = __________ 7 x 11 = ___________ 3 x 10 = ____________ 12 x 8 = ___________

3 x 3 = ____________ 11 x 10 = __________ 10 x 9 = ____________ 12 x 12 = __________

6 x 7 = ____________ 5 x 11 = ___________ 11 x 11 = ___________ 7 x 11 = ___________

6 x 10 = ___________ 12 x 5 = ___________ 10 x 4 = ____________ 5 x 7 = ____________

10 x 8 = ___________ 9 x 7 = ____________ 9 x 4 = _____________ 5 x 6 = ___________

6 x 2 = ____________ 5 x 10 = ___________ 8 x 2 = _____________ 4 x 11 = __________

9 x 6 = ____________ 5 x 5 = ____________ 9 x 9 = _____________ 6 x 6 = ___________

8 x 8 = ____________ 7 x 7 = ____________ 11 x 12 = ___________ 7 x 3 = ___________

11 x 6 = ___________ 3 x 9 = ___________ 4 x 6 = _____________ 5 x 9 = __________

4 x 4 = ____________ 8 x 4 = ___________ 9 x 12 = ____________ 7 x 12 = __________

9 x 2 = ____________ 3 x 6 = ___________ 7 x 8 = _____________ 7 x 4 = ___________

5 x 8 = ____________ 3 x 4 = ___________ 7 x 10 = ____________ 12 x 2 = __________

7 x 2 = ____________ 9 x 11 = __________ 4 x 5 = _____________ 12 x 10 = _________

3 x 11 = ___________ 3 x 12 = __________ 8 x 8 = _____________ 4 x 12 = __________

8 x 9 = ____________ 8 x 6 = ___________ 3 x 8 = _____________ 2 x 4 = ___________

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## Want More Multiplication Help?

If you want more help in

Memorize the Multiplication Times Tables,

then go to my lens:

How to Memorize the Multiplication Times Tables HERE

## Multiplication Wrap-Ups are a Great Practice Tool!

Learning Wrap-ups Multiplication Keys, Yellow

I really like Wrap-Ups. It connects the brain and the hands in a way that paper and pencil can not. I also like that the child can check his/her own work by checking the string on the back. I also like that it focuses the child on one times table at a time. So, your child can focus on the "6's" until he/she has mastered them!

## Yahtzee! - The Best Multiplication Practice Game

Yahtzee Hasbro Gaming 1 ea

Why do I love Yahtzee to teach multiplication? Because if a child is struggling with multiplication, then the dots on the dice are there to help the child count. If the child knows multiplication, but hasn't mastered the memorization of it yet, then this is great fun practice! And, Yahtzee! uses logic and addition - what a great bonus!

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## Word Problems

If you want the Dreaded . . .

Multiplication Word Problems

The Math Book: From Pythagoras to the 57th Dimension, 250 Milestones in the History of Mathematics (Sterling Milestones)

I really like this book! I got it for Christmas as a gift, and really enjoy reading it. Each page is a new math theory or development in history. Lots of fun, little known and/or historic facts. A few items that even the non-math-nerds in the family might be interested in!

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• Scindhia 3 years ago from Chennai

Great lens!

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TheresaMarkham 4 years ago

@suepogson: Thanks Sue! Yes, I'm encouraged by that feedback too!

• suepogson 4 years ago

Good lens and glad to see that most people agree that rote learning of tables is a good thing!

• RuralFloridaLiving 5 years ago

I think you had a lot of great ideas here - especially liked the products available to help make memorization fun. Thanks for sharing.

• pantine 6 years ago

Multiplication quizzes measure our child progress.its very essential for the children.Thanks for sharing. strategic planning software

• ChrisDay LM 6 years ago

Times tables will aways stand a child in good stead.

• sheilamarie78 6 years ago

It's so important to have our kids memorize their math facts and not simply be at the mercy of electronic brains! I still use my memorized times tables today.

• Jeanette 6 years ago from Australia

Thanks for these quizzes. This lens has been blessed by the maths angel and added to my best maths resources lens.

• LissaKlar LM 6 years ago

Yes, it is great. This is so important. You're right. If they don't learn it by fifth grade it's not happening.

• hayleylou lm 6 years ago

We had to memorize it at school. My boys are only 5 and 7 so not at that stage yet.

• Moe Wood 6 years ago from Eastern Ontario

I can see how this would be helpful in monitoring skills.

• tssfacts 6 years ago

For some reason it was hard for me to memorize the time tables. However, when I got it I had it even today it's a snap.

• blessedmomto7 6 years ago

Nicely done. I am currently teaching my 3rd grader his multiplication tables.

• Cynthia Sylvestermouse 6 years ago from United States

Even at my age now I am grateful that I memorized my multiplication tables. Both of my children are grown, but I very much remember helping them learn their multiplication tables, giving them timed tests and finding ways to help them see the practical use of the tables. We played (and still do play) Yahtzee all of the time, but I never thought about using it as a multiplication teaching aide. Just goes to show how once the tables are memorized, we use them automatically :)

• Treasures By Brenda 6 years ago from Canada

Nicely done; I remember multiplication very well!

• Sandy Mertens 6 years ago from Frozen Tundra

• rlivermore 6 years ago

Learning the multiplication table is important. I'm not into math, but multiplication is one of the few math functions I use as an adult on a regular basis.