A Progressive Method for Learning the Multiplication Tables
The worksheets that are created from this page are used in a progressive method to teach the multiplication tables through 10 x 10.
First, the student learns the ones. Next, the student learns the twos. Next the student learns the tens, followed by the fives. All of the problems up to this point are reviewed until the student is comfortable with them.
Next, the student learns the perfect squares: 1 x 1, 2 x 2, 3 x 3, etc. After that, the student learns the nines. These are reviewed until the student knows them.
At this point, there are only 10 remaining multiplication facts to learn.
These worksheets will have a maximum of 64 problems on them. That is enough to review all of the ones, twos, tens and fives on a single worksheet.