Multiplication Table Games

Multiplication table games are an interesting way for kids to learn math multiplication table. A fun way to practice times table by playing games. First the students need to learn the multiplication tables then they can review the tables by playing the interactive multiplication table games. Homeschooler can also enjoy learning and practicing by playing the multiplication games.

Enrichment activity on multiplication

Secret code:

Math Activity


I. Use the secret code to tell the rule.

(for example: write M for 8 × 3, U for 5  × 4, L for 9 × 3, and so on in the empty boxes given below.)

Fun Math Activity

Fill up the blank boxes using the secret code.

Interactive Mathematics Activities


II. Use the secret code to tell what the boy is doing.

Classroom Math Activities

Fill up the blank boxes using the secret code.

Blank Table


Let’s start playing the multiplication table games:


III. Answer the following:

1. 5 × 3 = ………. .

2. 7 × 11 = ………. .

3. 1 × 10 = ………. .

4. 0 times 12 = ……… .

5. 9 times 5 = ……….. .

6. 4 times 8 = ………. .

7. How many legs do 5 boys have?

8. ……… times 8 = 120.

9. How many legs do four dogs have?

10. 9 × 18 = ………. .

11. ……… times 5 = 60.

12. 11 times ………. = 110.

13. 6 times ………. = 54.

14. 12 × ……….. = 144.

15. 19 × ………. = 0.

16. …….. × 1 = 15.

17. 3 × 17 = ……… .

18. 13 times 12 = ………. .

19. ………. × 17 = 0.

20. 20 times 10 = ………. .


Math Only Math is based on the premise that children do not make a distinction between play and work and learn best when learning becomes play and play becomes learning.

Free printable multiplication table games are available for kids to enjoy learning. Even parents and teachers can encourage and suggest the child to practice the multiplication games.


However, suggestions for further improvement, from all quarters would be greatly appreciated.


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