Multiplication Facts
The guidance and practice exercises in this section have been very kindly provided by Susan Greenwald, MA Ed. and are taken from her Five Times Five Is Not Ten workbook. . Learn more about Susan Greenwald here.
Five Times Five Is Not Ten
Listed below are three strategies taken from the first 16 pages of Five Times Five is Not Ten.
Explore these with your children and try and try the practice exercises on the worksheets.
1 Group
Use this worksheet to practice 1 Group
Use the worksheets below for more practice with 1 Group combined with addition and subtraction.
- Practice 1 Group with addition
- Practice 1 Group with subtraction
- Practice 1 Group with addition and subtraction
Doubles
Use the worksheets below for to practice Doubles and with 1 Group
- Practice Doubles and 1 Group
- Practice Doubles and 1 Group with addition
- Practice Doubles and 1 Group with addition and subtraction
Use this short worksheet for more Doubles practice
Use the worksheets below for to practice Doubles and with 1 Group together with addition and subtraction. Note: Questions are formatted both horizontally and stacked.
Zero
Work through Zero with your child using the links to the worksheets for practice and review.
Use the two worksheets below to practice Zero as well as Doubles and 1 Group.
Practice Zero as well as reviewing 1 Group and Doubles by using the two worksheets below.
The strategies above for helping with multiplication facts were developed by Susan
Greenwald, MA Ed. and it are taken from her Five Times Five Is Not Ten workbook.
Susan has written three books on teaching math facts and is a sought-after
speaker and presenter.
You'll find more about Susan and her work here.
The information on this page is Copyright © 2008 by Susan R. Greenwald All Rights Reserved