Have you even seen this yet?! Click on the image to go straight to the PDF of this amazing multiplication table by David Millar of thegriddle.net. It is free to educators to print and use in the classroom. Even better if you go to the educator section, there is a black and white version that is both with and without numbers.

My mind is churning with the possibilities for using this in the classroom! I think it is the best multiplication table I’ve certainly ever seen. Talk about helping students conceptually understand multiplication, connect it to arrays as well as the concept of area.

Outstanding!

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Reblogged this on Find the Factors and commented:

I want to thank beyondtraditionalmath.wordpress.com for originally publishing this post. It can really help anyone visualize what multiplication means. Still I hope it doesn’t completely replace the traditional multiplication table because that old, familiar table is the basis for my Find the Factor puzzles.

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I’ve never reblogged anything until today. What a great post and pdf!

I wrote on my blog, I want to thank beyondtraditionalmath.wordpress.com for originally publishing this post. It can really help anyone visualize what multiplication means. Still I hope it doesn’t completely replace the traditional multiplication table because that old, familiar table is the basis for my Find the Factor puzzles.

Thank YOU for blogging and including this pdf in your post!

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This is excellent. Thanks for sharing. I love the visual model of the multiplication table as it really shows how the numbers grow. Plus it is helpful for the concept of area….. Wonderful resource!

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Love this! Sharing it with everyone I work with.

Tara

The Math Maniac

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