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Each of our worksheets come with an answer key for your reference, and students can complete them with or without the help of a multiplication chart. Just choose the grade level and skill that’s right for your class and then click to download.Check out our multiplication worksheets below!Multiplication worksheets  grade 3
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Can't decide? Download all of our grade 4 worksheets here!5 Fun ways to use multiplication worksheets in the classroom
Sometimes assigning your students worksheets can feel stale, but there are plenty of fun ways you can use them to liven up your lessons!Here are some ways you can use multiplication worksheets in your class that are sure to keep students engaged.1. Thinkpairshare
Thinkpairshare is a learning strategy designed to enhance students’ understanding of concepts and encourage collaboration with peers. It’s also a great way to conduct formative assessments. Students think about a concept individually, pair up to discuss their ideas, and then share their thoughts with the class. Image source: Giulia Forsythe on FlickrHere’s how to use thinkpairshare with your multiplication worksheets: Think — Give each student a multiplication worksheet and let them work individually to solve all the problems.
 Pair — Split your class into pairs and have them compare answers, solving any differences and discussing trouble spots.
 Share — Take up the questions as a class and encourage each pair to participate by offering at least one answer. You can also facilitate discussions about difficult questions or thought processes for solving each equation.
2. Learning stations
Make multiplication worksheets a math stop in your next learning station rotation.Learning stations are a popular blended learning technique  usually incorporating technology, worksheets and handson activities  so students can interact with different instructional models and learning environments. It also helps you fit more learning into your already busy workday.Learning stations can take many forms. For example, if you want to focus on multiplication in your next rotation, try including the following: Multiplication worksheets
 Small group instruction
 Flashcards for multiplication fact fluency
 Digital learning tools like Prodigy
 Multiplication games like mystery picture or multiplication war
 Multiplication crafts like this one from Teachers Pay Teachers
3. Team battles
Turn your worksheets into a class battle to encourage friendly competition in your classroom. Split the class into pairs or teams and let them battle to complete the questions on their worksheets first. You can get creative when choosing the size of each team, time limits, how teams will show they’ve completed the worksheet, and prizes for the winners.4. Scavenger hunt
Turn any worksheet into a treasure map by making a multiplication scavenger hunt!Give students a checklist of certain numbers or elements to look for in their worksheets. As they solve the worksheet, they can check off the items in their list until both the worksheet and the scavenger hunt is complete.For example, have students find a product with: 2 even numbers and 2 odd numbers
 Only one even number
 3 in the hundreds place
 The sum of 5 and 7