Your child is going to learn a range of multiplication maths skills in primary school and at some stage will probably need extra support at home with a tricky concept or a piece of homework.
In this section of the website you can browse all our multiplication worksheets, from how mutiplication is taught in school, the grid method, the column method and multiplication arrays to long multiplication, incomplete multiplications, inverse operations – multiplication and division – and multiplying decimals.
You can also find out about a fantastic eBook – Teach your child multiplication.
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Teach your child multiplication
Teach your child multiplication is an eBook and home-teaching kit (£4.99) which will help you understand exactly what multiplication skills your child is expected to have mastered in each year of the primary school curriculum.
Primary school teacher and parent Matt Revill has compiled information, tips and activities to ensure that you have the right information at your fingertips so you can quickly make sure your child has fully grasped and achieved each and every skill for their correct year group and using the same methods that they are taught (rather than confusing them with the one you were taught at school!).
You'll be able to print off highly targeted and child-friendly fun worksheets to help them master each of the essential skills as they progress through school – in fun, five-minute sessions.
The Parents' Guide to Multiplication
Can you explain multiplication to your child? Our parents' guide to multiplication offers a quick review of what you need to know, including partitioning numbers, column multiplication and grid methods.
Mastering long multiplication step-by-step
Help your child grasp formal methods for multiplication with TheSchoolRun's Mastering Long Multiplication Step-by-Step action pack. Primary school teacher and parent Alice Hart has compiled explanations, examples, tips and practice questions to boost your child's confidence (and yours!) and ensure that they are never worried about multiplying larger numbers in the classroom or at home.