# Free blank and fillable multiplication chart

Now that your kid is an advanced mathematician that nailed the multiplication tables from 1 to 12, check out his skill with this blank fillable multiplication chart. With it, you’ll be able to test your kids at home easily and to help them practice as they advance in their journeys in basic math.

## Free blank fillable multiplication chart

Multiplication charts and tables are two of the most important tools every kid need to successfully learn how to multiply, but a blank multiplication chart is great as well. Once your kid has reached that level where they comfortably remember everything in **multiplication tables from 1 to 12, **you can test them and challenge them as a way of practicing.

This is even more important if tables are still fresh in them. As a kid’s brain is good gaining knowledge, but sometimes they’re also easy to forget fresh knowledge, so practicing is important until you make sure they won’t forget it.

## How to use it?

Once you’ve downloaded our multiplication charts **from 1 to 12** and up to **1 to 20**, you will need a way of checking out your kid’s knowledge. That’s when the blank multiplication charts come in as the easiest way of doing it. They are also great to use as they learn, so you can quickly test them on the tables they already know as they progress with more complicated ones.

You just have to use two steps:

**Print it:**in a blank or preferably recycled sheet.**And give it to them to fill it at random moments of the day:**you can give them just one table, the one they’re currently learning or struggle with, because all of them may be too much and get them bored.

This will entertain them as you challenge them to keep things fresh in their mind.

## Download the most useful blank multiplication chart here

Below you’ll find the links to download blank multiplication tables from 1 to 12 in two different formats. You can apply them in different ways:

With the **PDF version, **you’ll be able to print all the blank tables at once. Then, you can cut out the ones he needs to practice the most and use our method to help him practice.

And with the **XLSX version**, you’ll be able to print out blank individual tables and modify them. You can easily add the results on some tables (the easy ones) and leave blank spaces in the ones he keeps forgetting. **Learning made easy.**

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