Multiplication Facts Quizzes and Answers

Multiplication education usually begins in the third grade with the memorization of times tables. Wherever your child is in the process of learning multiplication, a little at-home practice may help. The following websites offer free math study resources.

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Hooda Math's Multiplication Games

One way to get your child engaged in math practice is to provide fun math games, like these. Of these 12 games, two are timed arithmetic tests, which can be set to ask only multiplication questions. One problem appears onscreen at a time; your child can type in the answers, press 'enter,' and the next problem will pop up.

The goal is to move through the questions as quickly as possible. The timer counts up, so the only speed your child is compared to is her own from a previous game. She can keep track of her scores with the click of a button. Short video tutorials reviewing multiplication concepts are also offered here for free.

Free Tests from

A variety of free math resources are available here. There are both printable and online quizzes, and even the online options can easily be printed. The quizzes are randomly generated each time you click on them, so it is unlikely that your child will ever run out of problems to complete.

The site is well organized, and you'll find everything you need under 'printables' and 'self-correcting quizzes.' Once you've decided whether to print a quiz or have your son or daughter work on the computer, you can choose which fact families will show up on the quiz. Once you choose a maximum number, your child will be ready to go.

Free Math Test's Multiplication Quizzes

These online math quizzes can be used to test multiplication. Select which numbers will appear on the quizzes, all the way up to 499. Quizzes correct automatically online. You can choose how many problems will be on the quizzes, so if your child is nervous about taking a quiz, you could lessen the intimidation by only having five or ten problems per quiz at first. These are untimed, but you can simply set a kitchen timer or stopwatch if you want to time your child's work.

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